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Thomas Jones
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Loving my new life in California!
Loving my new life in California!

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Just enjoyed a very uplifting day paddling and hiking around Sugar Pine Reservoir near Foresthill, CA.
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Old hydraulic gold mining operation, now a State Park. Warning navigating to this place took us down the worst roads I have ever seen in California!
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The Fallen Monarch fell over 300 hundred years ago. Yosemite National Park - Mariposa Grove.
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Got to enjoy a couple mornings at Yosemite National Park this week. Early morning is not ideal for shooting at this spot, but we were on our way to Mariposa Grove and I can never just drive past this view.
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Caples Creek Loop Trail near Kyburz, Ca.
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Many Hands = Light Work. World Community Grid enables anyone with a computer device to donate unused CPU cycles to advance cutting-edge scientific research: https://join.worldcommunitygrid.org?recruiterId=72893
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The climate science denials of the Republican Party is driven by ideology rather than science.

Not so long ago, thousands of biologists were tortured or executed as part of a political campaign to suppress legit scientific research and promote pseudo-science. An authoritarian leader empowered one scientist to demonize any others who dared present opposing research as trying to purposely cripple the economy. Scientists were forced to denounce any evidence that contradicted the government preferred research.

The scientist believed that plants of the same species would not compete. Crops could be planted much closer together and the nation could dramatically increase output without investment. Like most of his ideas, he didn't pick this up from experiments, it just "felt" right to him. He never questioned his ideas even after they failed to work.

The corrupt scientist personally benefited handsomely, but mass famine and death was the result for millions innocent people.

Science must be driven by results, not ideology... oppression has no place. #Lysenkoism
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