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The Utility and Beauty of the Bell Curve

10 Feb 2021 2 minute read 0 comments Gosslinq

Have you ever asked yourself or your loved ones if you are normal? We are so often trying to plot ourselves against the trends of society, and society is ever a moving target. When Steve started getting a mullet cut in the 80's he was staking his pos...

Perception Control Is Mind Control - How Perception Affects The Mind And Body

1 Dec 2020 1 minute read 0 comments Lucid Vibrations

  #PerceptionControl #BeLIEf #Belief #Perception #Genes #GeneticEngeneeringGenes #Adaption #Environment #MindControl #EpiGenetics #Focus #Stress #BruceLipton #Evidence #RealScience #Fear If you seek to know why the criminally insane are obsessed wit...

(Exidia saccharina) - autumn arboreal mushroom

15 Sep 2020 1 minute read 0 comments marianomariano68

Spider fruit span 30 to 80 mm. In the shape reminiscent of the cerebral ganglia, krizowaty, flap-shaped, grown up. Colors of yellowish-brown, brown, browned or brown sugar. The surface (with a generic layer) has barely visible glandular dots. T...

Who are bees? What do they do? - #1

27 Apr 2020 6 minute read 1 comment jday1235

Welcome to the first installment of my NBoNA Blog! jday the New England Naturalist here to begin my dive into the world of native bees! So, without further delay, let's get started so you can see why I think native bees are an important topic to car...

Treasure for medical advancement

13 Apr 2020 1 minute read 0 comments 10 minutes

The 60,000-year-old forest hidden in the Gulf of Mexico may be a treasure for medical advancement.  More than 18 meters deep in the Gulf of Mexico is a hidden forest. It was out of sight of biologists and researchers for almost 60,000 years. The rea...

China May Deploy 100,000 Ducks to Fight Locusts

28 Feb 2020 1 minute read 1 comment AverageVancouverite

While Pakistan declared an emergency earlier this month saying that locust numbers were the worst in over two decades, Chinese reports say that China could deploy about 100,000 ducks to its neighbor to help combat swarms of crop-consuming insects. Lu...

Video of processing Mason Bee cocoons Part 4

12 Feb 2020 2 minute read 3 comments Solominer

In this final segment I clear out the remainder of the solitary Bees, I had many bamboo tubes to open but over many hours I was able to process all of them. I did enlist the help of my friend @ryulincoln and he helped me do the rest of them. I think...

Video of processing Mason Bee cocoons Part 1

26 Jan 2020 1 minute read 0 comments Solominer

On a cold day I worked out in the garage with my camera recording above me. This was the first time I opened these homes so I slowly went through them. It took me a few hours to process a few hundred cocoons so I split this video up into four parts....

Succulents by sunny windows - Macro Photography

18 Jan 2020 1 minute read 7 comments Solominer

As I was taking infrared photos of these plants, I was also using my stock GH3 and took photos of the plants in the visual spectrum.. aka normal photography. My plan was to blend them together, but unfortunately I failed to set the aspect ratio the s...

Mason Bee homes in more detail

14 Jan 2020 3 minute read 2 comments Solominer

These Bees make homes using mud, probably where their got their name. The females will lay larva in each mud cell and leave a bunch of pollen inside for the larva to eat. Eventually the larva spins a cocoon and that is what we see now in these photos...