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Confronting mortality: AtG /COC Mozart Requiem

The pandemic is simultaneously new in its requirements and yet old in once again reminding us of our ultimate destiny. Modern science may blind us to history’s lessons. The images on the tray in this picture come from Täby kyrka, … Continue reading

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What’s shaking in Scarborough

I’m no geologist. But I can’t help connecting two phenomena. The first one is simply the Scarborough Bluffs. They’re a beautiful formation, a tourist attraction. They’re made of sand. Are they strong? Yes and no. Sometimes big chunks of the … Continue reading

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