Airports

I have recently discovered that many autistic people have a fondness for trains. I think trains are cool enough, but I have always been more partial to airports and planes. I love air travel over nearly all other modes of conveyance and, as disappointing as it is that the environmental impact of flying is so …

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New Earth

Right now, in the Canary Island known as La Palma, a volcano is actively erupting. More than 6000 people have been evacuated from the affected area and lava has been flowing for days out of fissures running down the southeast side of the island, destroying everything in its gravity-led path toward the Atlantic Ocean. Having …

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Who is “Diversity and Inclusion” Training For?

I have an accomplishment to share. On September 13, 2021, I have completed the coursework and received my certificate for Diversity and Inclusion through Cornell University's e-learning program. This was something I set the intention for earlier in the year, last April to be exact. Honestly, I did not do a bunch of research into …

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