Photo taken at: Mabira Forest, Uganda. A classroom in the wild with a make-do black board.
I've always been fascinated by water and the raw power that nature subtly dissolves in it. Having recently procured a Kayak and with plans to use it to the most this summer, this brilliant short from the Dirtbag Diaries couldn't be more timely! Podcast: The Dirtbag Diaries: The Shorts--The Drowning Machine “I was disoriented beneath… Continue Reading
A few weeks back I heard Outside/In's Powerline podcast - A four part series on Hydro-Quebec and the Northern Pass. For the longest time I've only heard all good about Hydro electricity. This series helped dissect the effects of such projects through various angles and brought up some pretty interesting facts. One of those must-listen-to… Continue Reading
Commerce clause, the 14th amendment and quite some over-reach... Podcast: More Perfect - One Nation, Under Money An unassuming string of 16 words tucked into the Constitution grants Congress extensive power to make laws that impact the entire nation. The Commerce Clause has allowed Congress to intervene in all kinds of situations — from penalizing… Continue Reading
During times when we're so focused on building walls and closing ourselves out, It doesn't take much to bring all hell down. Even Unknowingly! Oh, Humans! Adding Eric Schlosser's Command and Control to my reading list. Podcast: Human Error in Volatile Situations In 1980, deep in a nuclear missile silo in Arkansas, a simple human error… Continue Reading
Close to three months since I was introduced to Uttitha Hastha Padangusthasana and I still find this asana pretty challenging. This Wednesday's practice was tremendously draining. Spent close to five minutes just trying to focus and balance, but it just didn't flow through. Back home that night, I sought Miss Me to figure out why I was… Continue Reading
Racing 750miles from Washington to Alaska ... on a paddle board! Podcast: Over the Line “It’s like the Iditarod with a chance of drowning,” says Jake Beatty, one of the organizers of the Race to Alaska. The course traces 750-miles of Alaska’s Inside Passage through complicated currents, busy shipping channels and bear-ridden coastlines. Srikanth Perinkulam Continue Reading