James Ayre
James Ayre
1 year ago
Some of the weirdest fish out there. Enjoy. :)

Deep Sea Fish — Black Dragonfish, Long-Nosed Chimaera, Blobfish, Hatchet Fish, Giant Oarfish, Barreleye Fish, Sloane’s Viperfish, Etc

http://scienceheathen.com/2014/05/18/deep-sea-fish-black-dragonfish-long-nosed-chimaera-blobfish-hatchet-fish-giant-oarfish-barreleye-fish-sloanes-viperfish-etc/
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Chris Bird (Birdman) +Michael le Belfrey Wow. That is some severe over thinking of a freelance writer's bio blurb. It says right in there that he's into history, and he's a writer, so I would not be too surprised that he uses a few historical names and adds a bit of humour to his bio. What he doesn't mention is his academic achievements, possibly because he has none, but that shouldn't matter, unless he is portraying himself as a scholar. If you were wondering, he isn't.

As for your frequent use of the 'tard suffix, and your regurgitation of popular slang... I can't think of many other things to make a person seem ignorant and less than intelligent than that.

I am also going to be looking into getting some help for myself, as I obviously don't have a good grip on my life if a personal attack on the internet, against someone I don't even know, can make me angry enough to respond to this sort of tripe.

Good day to you. 
James Ayre
1 year ago
Some of the weirdest fish out there. Enjoy. :)

Deep Sea Fish — Black Dragonfish, Long-Nosed Chimaera, Blobfish, Hatchet Fish, Giant Oarfish, Barreleye Fish, Sloane’s Viperfish, Etc

http://scienceheathen.com/2014/05/18/deep-sea-fish-black-dragonfish-long-nosed-chimaera-blobfish-hatchet-fish-giant-oarfish-barreleye-fish-sloanes-viperfish-etc/
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Miroslav Varda Fab...
James Ayre
2 years ago
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James Ayre
2 years ago
Jesse Martineau originally shared:
Here Is a teaser of What I came across the other night ! BE READY ! I don't really know what for but anyway, be ready none the less...


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James Ayre
2 years ago
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2 years ago
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Sreddy Channu Could you please suggest best anode, cathode and electrolyte to fabricate Lithium/Sulfur-Oxygen full cell
James Ayre
2 years ago
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2 years ago
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James Ayre You can reach me at jamesayre @ outlook.com
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2 years ago
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Philip Andrew hmm, a few problems:
1.  My understanding is that sugarcane uses a lot of fertilizers that are damaging the Everglades.  Too much runoff.  
2.  No US citizens are willing to cut the sugarcane.  We have to import Haitian workers to cut our current cane.
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2 years ago
What about this?

Portable hydrogen fuel cell unit to provide green, sustainable power to Honolulu port
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