Month: February 2013

Ode to Float, by Duncan Nelson

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I DOTE ON MY ROLE IN THE CELEBRATION OF FLOAT AT ITS ROCKY NECK FLOTATION O I shall permit no debunkin’ Of a book whose protagonist’s name is “Duncan” – For that is the very name of the bard on Whom falls the duty (he hopes you’ll pardon His doggerel) to deploy his art In […]

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It Takes a Human

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We think of a field as a permanent fixture in the landscape, but it’s not. A field never wants to stay a field. If it has any soil at all, it wants to grow up to be a forest. Keeping a field open requires either a herd of grazers or regular mowing to prevent shrubs […]

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Car Alarm Jellyfish

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Here is a short clip showing the species of jellyfish that was used to trap the famous Giant Squid last week. When the Car Alarm Jellyfish is being attacked, he changes to the color blue and starts flashing, hoping another predator will attack his predator. Alas, that was not the case in this rather chilling […]

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