November 22, 2009
Each year I read about species that are becoming extinct, as if that's a bad thing. In the cycles of existence and experience, there is creation and extinction. For some, the need to keep alive things that need to die-out, always amazes me. When an animal, bird or marine species no longer exists, one can only assume something else will take its place. The program has endless capabilities of creating new inserts. It is all part of the nature of the evolution of all sentient life forms on the planet, including humans, destined to evolve back into their natural state of light at this time.
This week the buzz is about thousands of Dr. Seuss like creatures found deep in the oceans, whose motions are wondrous indeed.
"Dumbo," Other Deep-Sea Oddities Found
National Geographic - November 22, 2009
Explorers census 17,650 ocean species
between edge of darkness and black abyss
PhysOrg - November 22, 2009
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