Wisconsin Public Radio
Science tells us mountains are giant piles of rock, formed millions of years ago. But that's not all they are. This hour, we'll remember a time when mountains were gods.
If plants are intelligent beings, how should we relate to them? Do they have a place in our moral universe? Should they have rights?
Exchanging glances with the natural world happens more often than you’d think. It can be so profound, there’s a name for it: An eye-to-eye epiphany.