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Month: April 2018

“One Hour One Life”, Soil Depletion, and the Development of Agriculture

“One Hour One Life”, Soil Depletion, and the Development of Agriculture

*This article was written for One Hour One Life version 76. Tech and balance updates are released weekly. Introduction: Building Society One Life at a Time I recently have gotten really into an independent computer game titled “One Hour One Life” after reading a Vice article about the unique, experimental game. One Hour One Life is a game of survival and parenting. At it’s heart, it is a multiplayer crafting game which focuses on building a civilization. The unique feature…

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Our Trip to the Tulip Fields

Our Trip to the Tulip Fields

Ever since I became involved with my lovely wife, who is from Bellingham, we have meant to take a trip to western Washington that coincides with the famous tulip blooms. Unfortunately, life has consistently gotten in the way, and all of our trips have had to be at the time of other events. Finally, this year, we were able to go in the spring, if unfortunately early into the bloom. My theory was that this was as late in the…

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