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Jason Fisher
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As soon as he started being aggressive I would have passed at least one car in front of you at the safest possible time. Then backed down. Then rinse and repeat until there is no longer danger.
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Finished Brewing for today. Made an American IPA!!!
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The abuse must end.
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Cool!!!
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National Geographic Goes in The Womb!

National Geographic released a very interesting book for animal lovers. In the Womb: Animals by Michael Sims, explores the fascinating development from conception to birth of a golden retriever, a bottlenose dolphin, and an Asian elephant.

Beautifully illustrated with ultrasound images of these animals as embryos and fetuses, the book highlights the development of unique physical characteristics that the animals will come to rely on once out of womb.

For example, one section showcases the elephant fetus after four months. At this point, the trunk is recognizable, but it will need the full 18 more months in the womb to continue developing. Once out of the womb, the elephant will use this strong, highly dexterous snout to pick foliage, carry objects, suck water, and use as a snorkel while swimming.

The author also touches upon physical characteristics that provide clues about the animals’ ancestry. For example, at 3-4 weeks, the dolphin fetus develops hind limbs which later retract and disappear. This suggests that dolphins may have evolved from four-legged land animals.

Intertwined with the three main stories are captivating glimpses into the development and behavior of red kangaroos, emperor penguins, sand tiger and lemon sharks, and parasitic wasps. These mini stories reveal the extraordinary journeys these animals make before they’re even born, as well as provide interesting points of comparison to the three main characters.

It is a fascinating read for animal lovers, but parents should note that reproductive behavior is covered in detail.

You can find the book here: http://goo.gl/XRQvS
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Cool clock!!!
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This clock is awesome.
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NASA astronaut +Don Pettit examines the behavior of thin films of water aboard the International Space Station. Distributed as part of a collaboration between NASA and the American Physical Society.
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Seems like exactly what happened.
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PLANET EARTH
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Lightning in Super Slow Motion

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Libby in the Library with the Candlestick ... FTW
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  • Elma Electronic
    Systems Engineer, 2004 - present
  • Parvus Corporation
    Systems Engineer, 2001 - 2004
  • Barco
    Field Engineer, 1999 - 2001
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