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Michael Gee
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Poppin in to say hi real fast.  Life never stops for second.  so busy I haven't checked G+ in 4 months. yikes...

Remember to be kind to each other!

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This needs to be seen, Share with everyone you know.  Already at 30% funded in 5 hours.  BRING BACK READING RAINBOW!
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Did I not have a post in here?  Hrmmm.  Anyway, Hello fellow humans.

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I find this funny and relevant to our times.
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my Dragon Age thingy
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Sad news...  Happened at a wonderful place to visit not even 40 minutes away from my house.  

Apparently grew up in your neck of the woods +Jeff Vinson  
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Good for him!  Thats one lucky nerd!
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"Darwin anticipated that microevolution would be a process of continuous and gradual change.  The term macroevolution, by contrast, refers to the origin of new species and divisions of the taxonomic hierarchy above the species level, and also to the origin of complex adaptations, such as the vertebrate eye.  Macroevolution posed a problem to Darwin because his principle of descent with modification predicts gradual transitions between small-scale adaptive changes in populations and these larger-scale phenomena, yet there is little evidence for such transitions in nature.  Instead, the natural world is often characterized by gaps, or discontinuities.  One type of gap relates to the existence of 'organs of extreme perfection', such as the eye, or morphological innovations, such as wings, both of which are found fully formed in present-day organisms without leaving evidence of how they evolved."-- Reznick, David N., Robert E. Ricklefs. 12 February 2009. Darwin's bridge between microevolution and macroevolution. Nature, Vol. 457, pp. 837-842.
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