James Ayre
James Ayre
2 years 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
2 years 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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James Ayre
2 years ago
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James Ayre
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
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James Ayre You can reach me at jamesayre @ outlook.com
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Terry Knepp Wouldn't hemp be a better alternative considering it needs little to no fertilizer? We just need to get the asinine law against hemp production abolished in the U.S.! Hemp is the solution to a myriad of environmentally friendly products. 
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2 years ago
What about this?

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