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My Olfactory is ready to enjoying the hues - of garlic, basil and BBQ's

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My Olfactory is ready to enjoying the hues - of  garlic, basil and BBQ's

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Don't Drink Urine

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Don't Drink Urine

                            The Urinary System consists of the four organs - kidneys, ureters, bladder, and urethra.  The purpose of the urinary system is to eliminate waste from the body, regulate blood, regulate blood volume and pressure, control levels of electrolytes and metabolites, and regulate blood PH.Urine is a blood byproduct and is non-toxic.  It is made up of 95% water, 2.5% urea and 2.5% of minerals, salts and enzymes.  I don’t want to imply people are stupid but as seen on the web recently,   DO NOT DRINK YOUR URINE -...

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It’s Pi Day - I’ll have Apple.

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It’s Pi Day - I’ll have Apple.

 It’s Pi Day - I’ll have Apple.  Oh wait - that's not what Pi day is all about - but of course you knew that because all  Denoyer-Geppert fans are smarties. Pi Day is an annual celebration of the mathematical constant π (pi).  Some scientists have spend their entire career trying to find pi. Personally my favorite number is 8675309.  Admit it, you reread that number and sang it in your head. March 14 or 3/14 is celebrated as Pi day because of the first few digits of the Pi equation. Many math nerds around the world love celebrating this...

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Earth Sciences and why we love them

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Earth Sciences and why we love them

EARTH SCIENCE- GEOLOGY, METEOROLOGY, OCEANOGRAPHY AND ASTRONOMY Today we live in a time when the Earth and its inhabitants face many challenges. Our climate is changing and that change is being caused by human activity. Earth scientists recognized this problem and will play a key role in efforts to resolve it. We are also challenged to: develop new sources of energy that will have minimal impact on climate; locate new sources of metals and other mineral resources as known sources are depleted; and, determine how Earth's increasing population can live and avoid serious threats such as volcanic activity, earthquakes, landslides, floods...

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Ever heard the term “Busy as a bee?” The honeybee literally works it's self to death every summer

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Ever heard the term “Busy as a bee?”  The honeybee literally works it's self to death every summer

 

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