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Mom brag: Jaycen received a major award from Ruritan!  
The Lignum Ruritan Club awarded their Ruritan of the Year Award to Youth Member Jaycen Creasy during their November 2014 meeting held at their clubhouse in Lignum, VA. The award was presented to Ja...
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Wow! What a crazy looking fish and a cool discovery!
 
There’s nothing about the opah that says “fast-moving predator”. Tuna, sharks, and swordfish are fast-moving predators and accordingly, their bodies look like streamlined torpedoes. By contrast, th...
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This is a serious, on-going problem especially for suffers of chronic pain or reproductive issues.

+Carrie Canup +Andi S 
"We don’t trust women to be the experts on their own bodies."
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I love slime molds! We played with them a lot in college, my kids would even come in and watch them.
 
>> The duet is the result of more than a year’s research into how we might program computers not with silicon but with living matter. It turns out that slime mold, a little understood organism, makes for an adept, ever-evolving electrical component. Miranda and his team (including Ph.D. student Ed Braund, who is leading the research) discovered that slime mold, when grown on a circuit board, can store information about electrical charges, sort of like a memory chip.
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Laughed so much, people stared at me.  I guess watching it at a conservative homeschool coop might not have been the most tactful idea.
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+Charlie Hoover #GQOTD

It's that time of year again.  I need "F" names this year.  Geeky is good, but keep it clean.  I have Frosting, Frank n Stein, F=MA so far.  Can you post this and get me some more please?

This are the first 2 of the year.
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Great!!! those names came at my last hope!!! I really enjoyed looking at your older posts!!!  There is also Fanny, that was supposed to by my name at birth and coincidently, my husband refers to me as his little goat he he he... that's what triggered your post... He is the troll and I am the goat... Long story - autism
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EWWW!

via: +Valdis Kletnieks 
 
Gah! "When entomologist and renowned photographer +Piotr Naskrecki posted images of long-winged bats plagued by some truly bizarre-looking facehuggers recently, he caused a bit of a buzz. At first glance, the strange creatures look like spiders or ticks, but they're actually a type of wingless fly parasite found exclusively on bats. 

Naskrecki made the discovery while working on a biodiversity survey in Mozambique's Gorongosa National Park, and when he took to Facebook to share his find, debate and hilarity ensued. "The photo was reported for depicting 'graphic violence', and of course there were accusations of photoshopping the whole thing," he says.

But the flies (Penicillidia sp) are both very real and very interesting."
Imagine a bizarre-looking fly parasite takes up residence on your face – and never leaves. That's what life is like for these long-winged bats.
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Yeah Hawaii!
Hawaii's grid could be a model for the nation and the world, supporters say.
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PSA: Life sucks.  That is all.
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here's the updated name list from my friends at #gqotd  
 
Geek Question of the Day: It's that time of year again! That's right, our own +Angie Creasy-Thompson has a new flock coming and needs our help. Therefore tonight's question is; What geeky/creative names beginning with the letter F would you recommend for her baby goats? Just keep the names on the clean side! #gqotd

For the newer folks, this has become kind of a yearly tradition for us. Oh and the picture below is the first two born this season...=)

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Okay the physics jokes were great. 
I love a good smart joke, even if they sometimes take me a minute to figure out. Here's my favorite 20:
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