It’s time for all of us to speak out about the truth we know.


Growing up in coal country, I experienced firsthand the deleterious and toxic effects of burning carbon. I inhaled sulfur released by the smoke spiraling out of the chimney of my family home. We canned and dined on vegetables contaminated by DDT. I write about these experiences in the hope I can reverse some of the effects of climate change and inspire the next generation to work to ensure this planet and all its species survive and thrive.

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Dear Earth

An Invitation to Fall in Love with the Earth

By MJ Pramik on August 18, 2014

A lover’s quarrel, we all have had at least one of these. We live with and on Planet Earth. We intimately affect its system every present moment. Humans rattle the planet a thousand times more critically than the animals and plants with whom we share the terra firma. Our effects ...

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Climate Change Hits the Himalayas

By MJ Pramik on January 8, 2015

Jarred by the 13 or more Sherpa deaths in Mt. Everest avalanches in April 2014 and the over 40 trekkers perishing during the following October, ...

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G.E.M. of Egypt: Novel-in-Progress

By MJ Pramik on November 20, 2014

GEM of Egypt is a novel about a Polish family caught up in the first wave of Eastern European immigrants to America in the late ...

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My Greek Ancestors

"I am the only Greek in my family.The fishing net draped across the front entry adds a definitive new leitmotif to my San Francisco Edwardian home. The building has a ...

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Protein and Peptide Delivery

"Last month, Genentech, Inc. (S. San Francisco) and Alkermes, Inc. (Cambridge, MA) reported positive results of their Phase III multi-center trial of Nutopin Depot, the first long-acting form of recombinant ...

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Human Genome Project Spins Off Array of Novel Methods and Technologies

"Medical therapeutic miracles remain the primary promise of the Human Genome Project (HGP). But pharmaceutical R&D does not occur in a vacuum. Several new technologies, including novel development in DNA ...

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