The Yellowstone Cutthroat Trout and Deep Evolutionary Time

There is a place high in the Rockies in Wyoming where waters part. Two-Ocean Pass is a national landmark. Here, a small stream called North Two Ocean Creak splits into two waterways on the Continental Divide. The waters of one branch, Pacific Creek, are destined for the Pacific Ocean. The other, Altantic Creek, for the … Continue reading The Yellowstone Cutthroat Trout and Deep Evolutionary Time

Exponential Technology and the Nature-Tech Balance

9-13-18 - DSG Moore’s Law contends that technological computing power doubles about every 18 months.  The theory was first established by Gordon Moore in 1965 when he observed that the number of transistors in a dense integrated circuit doubles about every year.  Although it was later revised to 18 months Moore’s Law has been remarkably … Continue reading Exponential Technology and the Nature-Tech Balance

Fish of Paradise

September 8, 2018 – DSG What is it about the trout that is so alluring?  Many have pondered this question, but I know the answer.  It’s simple.  The trout is a beautiful fish that lives in beautiful places.  There are better tasting fish.  There are those that fight harder.  There are bigger, rarer and more … Continue reading Fish of Paradise