A Thin Skin



Our perspective of this earth is generally from the view of 5 to 6 feet up from the ground; we sometimes have a different view when we look down from a tall building. Or when we travel by plane and we see a much larger landscape of what we call home. In our very recent history we have been able to view the whole of our earth from space and see it as a whole living system where each individual part has it effects on all the other parts. As satellites travel farther from our planet, our view of our earth shows a moon as it orbits the earth and the effects it plays upon the movements of oceans and winds and how it stabilizes earths’ axial tilt and gradually slows the earths’ rotation so that we have a 24 hour day. As satellites travel across our solar system we…

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