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Darla Sue Dollman
Works at http://supernatural-television.com/
Attended Colorado State University
Lives in Colorado, New Mexico, Texas,
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March temperatures indicate proof of significant and rapidly increasing global warming.
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This week saw large but not damaging earthquakes in Vanuatu and Afghanistan, and smaller volcanic earthquakes in Hawaii and Iceland.
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After a quiet seismological week, things livened up, with earthquakes in Vanuatu, Alaska and the Mediterranean.
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Albert Bierstadt's painting of Pike's Peak in Southern Colorado, public domain. Pikes Peak is the highest summit in North America's Rocky Mountain's Front Range, t</i><i>owering above Southern Colorado at an elevation of ...
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There were two major earthquakes this week, in Ecuador and Japan. Can tremors as far apart be linked?
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Employment Opportunities for Women in the Old West
Judy Garland from a scene in the movie The Harvey Girls, 1946. Public domain. The first time I saw Judy Garland in a film was in The Harvey Girls . It may not have been her most famous movie, but it was a great film that helped show the world that women in ...
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Divorce in the American Old West
Engagement Rings. Photo by Piotr Frydecki . Although the days of the American Old West ran concurrently with the Victorian Era, and in spite of the fact that one of the most powerful countries in the world, England, was controlled by one of the most respect...
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March had topsy-turvy weather, and April is starting out the same. As El Niño fades, big changes are occurring up north. Will La Niña save the day?
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Colorado's Pike's Peak in the Days of Exploration
Albert Bierstadt's painting of Pike's Peak in Southern Colorado, public domain. Pikes Peak is the highest summit in North America's Rocky Mountain's Front Range, t owering above Southern Colorado at an elevation of 14, 114'. This lovely mountain has inspire...
Albert Bierstadt's painting of Pike's Peak in Southern Colorado, public domain. Pikes Peak is the highest summit in North America's Rocky Mountain's Front Range, t</i><i>owering above Southern Colorado at an elevation of ...
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Journalist, Editor, Freelance Writer, Teacher, Blogger
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  • http://supernatural-television.com/
    blogger, 2013 - present
  • http://compassionkindnessandlove.blogspot.com/
    blogger, 2012 - present
  • http://alfredhitchcockeverythingalfred.blogspot.com/
    blogger, 2013 - present
  • http://classictelevisionshows.blogspot.com/
    blogger, 2009 - present
  • http://www.wildwestweather.com/
    writer, 2011 - present
  • http://darlasbookreviews.blogspot.com/
    blogger, 2011 - present
  • http://classicfilmsandactors.blogspot.com/
    blogger, 2009 - present
  • http://wildwesthistory.blogspot.com/
    blogger, 2008 - present
  • http://blessedlittlecreatures.blogspot.com/
    blogger, 2007 - present
  • History's Women: The Unsung Heroines
    Contributor, 1979 - present
  • Dezert Magazine
    Contributing Author, 2009 - present
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Colorado, New Mexico, Texas,
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Colorado and Texas - Colorado
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Darla Sue Dollman is a freelance writer with thirty six years combined experience as a journalist and editor. Her nonfiction articles and fictional short stories are available online and in print. She has photos on the Smithsonian website, and articles in History Magazine and Dezert Magazine, as well as the Decoded websites and her ten blogs. She enjoys reading and writing about history and exploring the American Southwest and photographing wildlife, her pets, and her grandchildren. She can be contacted at theemailformyblogs@yahoo.com

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First writing award was from Denver Womens' Press Club Unknown Writers Contest when I was 18 years old.
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  • Colorado State University
    BA, MFA English, 1985 - 1993
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Employment Opportunities for Women in the Old West
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Divorce in the American Old West
wildwesthistory.blogspot.com

Engagement Rings. Photo by Piotr Frydecki. Although the days of the American Old West ran concurrently with the Victorian Era, and in spite

Colorado's Pike's Peak in the Days of Exploration
wildwesthistory.blogspot.com

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Compassion in Medicine: Why Medical Professions Attract Bullies and how ...
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Dust storm in New Mexico obscures the Sandia Mountains. "We decided to move to New Mexico so we could live near our children. During the mov

Baca: How the Young, Tough, Elfego Baca Fought and won the Frisco War
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Deputy Sheriff Elfego Baca was 19 years old when he made his name as a fearless lawman and became a popular New Mexico folk hero. Photo cour

A is for Alexie
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A is for Alexie, Sherman. Way back in the early 1990s, I read a book called The Lone Ranger and Tonto Fistfight in Heaven. I was blown away

March Wrap-Up
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My Reading Books read: 19. Read-alouds The only one I finished this month was The Last Kids on Earth, which my son asked me to buy at his sc

Audubon: North America's Birds and the Bird Mystery
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The Dirty Truth About Baby Hygiene Products — And How You Can Keep Your ...
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Just last month Johnson &amp; Johnson, the world’s sixth-largest consumer health company, was ordered to pay $72 million in damages to the famil

Why Hasn't Cheaper Gas Created a Stronger Economy?
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While consumers have benefited from lower gas prices, higher discretionary spending hasn't been enough to trigger large gains in the economy

How Do Helicopters Fly? Lift, Drag, and Thrust
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Helicopters fly by the same aerodynamic principles as any other aircraft, and the basic principles are really not all that complicated.

The Great Atlantic Blizzard Of 2016 (GAB16)
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On January 22-24, a good part of the eastern US was pummeled by a nor'easter with roots deep in the Pacific Ocean. What made this storm so s

December And Calendar Year 2015 Set Temperature Records In Every Category
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December 2015, and the full year, were the hottest in tens of thousands of years. Decoded Science breaks down NOAA's latest report on global

Origins, Science, and Directions of Quantum Computing
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Einstein famously disliked Quantum Mechanics, which explains the behavior of very small objects. What makes tiny particles different from ev

A forgotten Founder
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Post copyright by Doris McCraw/Angela Raines-author William Sharpless Jackson: A Forgotten Founder Jackson is most remembered as the husband

Japan, Bolivia and Alaska: Earthquakes 14-20 January 2016
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Earthquakes in Japan, Bolivia and Alaska illustrate what we can deduce from an earthquake's depth.

Melting Electronic Monitoring Devices Herald New Frontier for Medicine
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Electronics that dissolve within the body - is this the new frontier of tech-medicine? Copyright image courtesy of J. Rogers, University of

Weather Around The World, 1/4/SIXTEEN: New Year, New Weather Pattern, Ne...
www.decodedscience.org

Here are Decoded Science's explanations of this week's wacky weather, along with a perspective on global warming.

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