Wonder on the Web
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The topography of tears
Photographer Rose-Lynn ...
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- Editor's Note from April 28, 2016
Issue 47: A good, dreadful covenant mark; wine’s life from grapes’ decay; and nature’s remedy. /
- Why Did God Choose Circumcision?
The hopeful, beautiful, and terrible reason for the drastic covenant. /
- Wine, Wine, Wine!
We’ve turned dying fruit into a durable drink for millennia but only recently understood it. /
- How Nature Soothes the Soul
Scientific evidence for the benefits of outdoor recreation. /
- The Cranes
“Where along the migratory way” /
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