Let there be light:was Re: [NatureNS] Creation

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Hi Nick & All,
    The sentiments are fine, once the context is understood. But it =
avoids confusion, when broaching a new topic, to launch it under a new =
subject line as opposed to tacking it onto an existing thread.=20
    Initially I thought Nick's account had been hacked because, in =
isolation, the sequence of his words made no sense.

    I admire the Pope, for his gutsy attempt to assume important jobs =
which are high on the Failure List of the UN and SuperPowers, but don't =
hang on his every word. And have not listened to the news for 7 days.=20

YT, DW   =20
  ----- Original Message -----=20
  From: John and Nhung=20
  To: naturens@chebucto.ns.ca=20
  Sent: Tuesday, September 01, 2015 6:03 PM
  Subject: RE: [NatureNS] Creation

  Bingo!  Hence, my initial comment this morning.


  From: naturens-owner@chebucto.ns.ca =
[mailto:naturens-owner@chebucto.ns.ca] On Behalf Of pce@accesswave.ca
  Sent: September 1, 2015 5:54 PM
  To: naturens@chebucto.ns.ca
  Subject: Re: [NatureNS] Creation


  My guess is that it was a reference to the Pope declaring this the =
"World Day of Prayer for the Care of Creation". Check out the news =
media, this for example.

  Peter Payzant

  On 2015-09-01 5:46 PM, plchalmers@ns.sympatico.ca wrote:

    I agree.  I thought it read like a quotation from the poetry of =
Gerard Manley Hopkins.=20


    Patricia L. Chalmers=20


      On September 1, 2015 at 2:31 PM John and Nhung =
<nhungjohn@eastlink.ca> wrote:=20

      I kinda like the sentiment!  J!

      -----Original Message-----
      From: naturens-owner@chebucto.ns.ca =
[mailto:naturens-owner@chebucto.ns.ca] On Behalf Of Stephen Shaw
      Sent: September 1, 2015 2:10 PM
      To: naturens@chebucto.ns.ca
      Subject: RE: [NatureNS] Creation

      Does anyone have any clue what this apparent response is about, or =
is it just me missing a post that would explain it? =20

      This was once about bites, spiders, fire ants, etc.   Creation???



      From: naturens-owner@chebucto.ns.ca =
[naturens-owner@chebucto.ns.ca] on behalf of Nicholas Hill =

      Sent: Tuesday, September 1, 2015 8:11 AM

      To: naturens@chebucto.ns.ca

      Subject: [NatureNS] Creation

      Care for creation and creating day! And quite a province we share.


      On Aug 31, 2015 9:14 PM, "Jim Wolford" =
<jimwolford@eastlink.ca<mailto:jimwolford@eastlink.ca>> wrote:

      Jane forgot her location, which I=E2=80=99m guessing is Sackville? =
(NS).  Jim in Wolfville.

      Begin forwarded message:

      From: Dave&Jane Schlosberg =

      Subject: Re: [NatureNS] Spider/centipede (?) bite

      Date: August 30, 2015 at 7:53:43 PM ADT

      To: naturens@chebucto.ns.ca<mailto:naturens@chebucto.ns.ca>

      Reply-To: naturens@chebucto.ns.ca<mailto:naturens@chebucto.ns.ca>

      We have fire ants on our street!  Our daughter got a mysterious =
bite that sounds like yours.  Could fire ants be the culprit?

      Jane Schlosberg

      -----Original Message----- From: David & Alison Webster

      Sent: Sunday, August 30, 2015 6:56 PM

      To: NatureNS@chebucto.ns.ca<mailto:NatureNS@chebucto.ns.ca>

      Subject: [NatureNS] Spider/centipede (?) bite

      Dear All,                            Aug 30, 2015

        On Aug 17 I brought in a load of wood and carried some armloads =
of small to the truck in the crook of my left arm. When I got home and =
washed I found a red raised area on my left forearm, distal of the elbow =
crease by about 1 cm; dull red, about as large as a quarter and raised =
about 3 mm in the middle. The next day the joints of my left hand, =
digits and wrist, ached noticably but only a few hours that one day. =
Over the following 13 days the red area has gradually become fainter and =
lower; now still almost quarter sized but barely present .

        I was not aware of having been stung where the reddish area is =
but the wood tier was also a red ant apartment and I had many ant bites; =
a mild sting would have been dismissed as just another ant bite.

        There frequently are spiders in these wood shelters and =
sometimes centipedes. So I am wondering if any of our species might be =
able to do this; cause these symptoms without a noticable (painful) =

        There is no halo and I eliminated deer tick because it is not =
like a tick to bite and run.

      Yt, Dave Webster, Kentville


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