6 29 20

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The oldest living animal ever found was a 405-year-old clam, named Ming by researchers.  I read it on a Snapple bottle cap, so it must be true.

23 thoughts on “6 29 20

  1. Organized chaos? Regarding the 405 year old clam….interesting to think about what the world might look like in 405 years (assuming there are still people living on it)

    1. Thanks, Howard. I like to think that there are some turtles out there now that may live to see that day in the future. But that means we have to do more about taking care of the environment than we are doing now… Looking at the political landscape today, it doesn’t seem hopeful (at least in the US).

    1. Thanks, A. I have several series that are “cosmic” in appearance that originated years ago. The cookie sheets project was one of the first and it sort of branched out from there. I’ve not paid much attention to those projects lately but I may be renewing my interest.

  2. Maybe that old clam has been bumping up against and scraping over the cosmic cookie sheet all this time – strange things happen in the kitchen when you go to sleep, you know. 😉

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