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May 29, 2017

What front page news has ever existed reporting anything more important than what all of nature on earth and in the stars tell us? 

May 17, 2017

Flatfish would make a scary fish movie. The horror that happens to its normal fish looks... As a young fish it looks like all the other fish, swimming in sunny waters, eating plankton but after just a few weeks, the bones in its head begin to shift, forcing one of its...

May 17, 2017

The more I study nature, the more impressed I am. Instead of feeling older, the real wonders in nature make me feel like a kid. Every detail. Every working part. The endless list of impressive functions and interactions blending into an awesome package, all impossible...

May 12, 2017

Something all life has in common is growth. Plastic does not grow. Metal does not grow. Let's not confuse swelling or shrinking with growth. Growth is the multiplication of cells making additional mass. 

Like thousands of other technologies of which we have learned in n...

January 19, 2017

The tallest mammal in the world is the giraffe. A giraffe cannot swim. It doesn’t have vocal chords. It has the highest blood pressure of any animal. A giraffe cannot cough but its babies are six feet tall.

Evolution tells us how things came to be. It usually involves a...

January 19, 2017

Nature constantly shows us there is more than one way to do things:

-The Katydid bug can hear, but through its hind legs.

-A butterfly tastes with its feet. 

-A snail’s eyes are at the end of its two top antennae.

-Goats and octopus both have rectangular eye pupils.

-With s...

January 19, 2017

A butterfly, as you all know, is from a caterpillar. One with many feet and legs, hairy, kind of a worm with legs. It goes into a cocoon and emerges as this beautiful creature that can fly and can have beautiful colors.

There’s no resemblance at all between the caterpil...

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