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  • Minahar citeratför 2 år sedan
    I felt like I was never in the moment I was in. I was always looking back, or
    worried about the future
  • trexhar citeratför 2 år sedan
    I’ve got it all figured out. We’re a parasite. Other animals on this planet coexist with nature. We don’t; we’re like scabies. Tiny mites covering the outer layer of earth, burrowing into it, infecting it. We are like tapeworm
  • Kiranahar citeratför 4 månader sedan
    f the intended reader of this book should want to go beyond disagreement with its author and try to identify the sins and deformities that animated him to write it (and I have certainly noticed that those who publicly affirm charity
  • b9000542659har citeratför 2 år sedan
    the day the machine had produced 100 cubic centimeters of ammonia
  • b9000542659har citeratför 2 år sedan
    the day the machine had produced 100 cubic centimeters of ammonia
  • b9000542659har citerati fjol
    for example, believed men were created five times, each generation being an improvement over the last. Teosinte was said to have been man’s principal food
  • b1442397958har citeratför 5 månader sedan
    Even orange carrots are man-made. Carrots were originally white and purple, and the sweeter orange variety was created by Dutch horticulturalists in the sixteenth century as a tribute to William I, Prince of
  • b1442397958har citeratför 5 månader sedan
    daily use of a saddle quern to grind grain. Dental remains show th
  • b1442397958har citeratför 5 månader sedan
    rachis becomes brittle, so that wh
  • b1442397958har citeratför 5 månader sedan
    they searched for food, the people saw a dog coming toward them with bunches of long, yellow seeds hanging from its tail. They planted the seeds, which grew into rice and dispelled their hunger forever. In a different series of rice myths, told in Indonesia and throughout the islands of Indochina, rice appears as a delicate and virtuous maiden. The
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