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Angels appear to have six limbs: arms, legs and wings. Whatever they are, then, they are probably not vertebrates, I.e., animals like us with a
Magister Chirurgiae (M.Ch) – An Innovative Passion for Master Surgeries
Magister Chirurgiae (abbreviated as M.Ch), is a Latin originated word inferred as Master of Surgery. It is an Academic Post Graduate Degree awarded for a
Preparation of Plant Tissue Culture Media
Any substance derived from plant tissues can be used to generate callus tissue. However, the successful generation of callus depends on the plant qualities and
Brain and Body Fitness – It’s All One Giant Connected Network After All
Well as a hard core athlete back in the day, I’ve always thought Yoga was ridiculous and made no sense to me, you see I
Monster Bluegill – A Key to Successfully Producing Trophy Bass in Ponds and Lakes
The Coppernose is a subspecies of bluegill native to extreme southeast United States. It is now commonly stocked in ponds throughout the south. Coppernose bluegill
The Mermaid’s Tell-Tale Tail: A Picture More Accurate Than a Thousand Words
Is there something fishy about mermaids? Yes, but maybe not their tails. Look again: their tails are held perpendicular to the plane of their bodies.
Applied Soil Biology in the Home Garden
Over the past 50 years much of the effort in plant protection, fertilisation and soil amelioration in the garden has been focussed on chemical methods.
Random Thoughts On Life And The Human Universe
Sometimes you have a new thought, an idea, or eureka moment, but it’s not gutsy enough to expand into a reasonable length article or essay.
Closer To Truth: Aliens
There is an ongoing PBS TV series (also several books and also a website) called “Closer To Truth”. It is hosted by neuroscientist Robert Lawrence