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The noonday sun

the noonday sun

This was Friday, the skies here so dark that the library parking lot lights popped on, easily outshining the sun.

Meanwhile, an unsettling piece in the Washington Post about wildfires in the time of climate change, where smoke plumes embedded with lightning and tornadoes reach 10 miles high, above the cruising altitude of commercial jets.

If you're moved to help, here's a decent collection of vetted donation links to help firefighters and fire victims, via the California State Firefighters Association.

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