Bob R Bogle

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Watching a 1956 Rod Serling-penned movie called "Patterns." If I could make it through "The Happening," I can make it through this.
Another swell little amoeba. Vacuoles forming and discharging all around its perimeter.
(Basically squeezing them in around the standing curse schedule.)
Because it takes the sun 250 million years to complete an orbit around the galaxy, dinosaurs lived on the other side of the Milky Way. twitter.com/SusannaLHarris…
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When I'm in a public place I curse Republicans collectively everytime I see a mask.
A truly tremendous rotifer ducking in and out of its lorica.
It's a total feeding frenzy down there. Look at this enormous worm/larva. (Actually I'm more a unicellular kinda guy.)
Had to go get some fresh samples. It's flippin' hot out there. Here's a really tiny amoeba. I'm getting better at spotting them.
Oh I forgot: re-reading books is something we did decades ago. And reading books.
Speaking of which....ever notice such trivial inconsistencies in books you've read and probably re-read several times?
I spelled mumbo jumbo without a hyphen on p164 of the WIP and with a hyphen on p523. The horror. The horror.
Essentially the same story with other WASPs as well. twitter.com/InverteFest/st…
A grape is being operated on using robotic arms... 🤯9
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Yes, I remember when granite began solidifying into a reliable crust underfoot. Good times.
So my google location service on my phone asked me if I was at Lacy Park and could I answer some questions about the location. And I was like, you want ME to answer questions? Umm, that's like literally YOUR job. Can't you just google it? And as I was laughing the black helicopt
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Keck Observatory surreptitiously snapping pix of Uranus. twitter.com/theSciTechGuy/…
Pupation for the duration. Why didn't I think of that before now?
It's #WormWednesday, so don't forget to check this # out in order to see some awesome creatures. Larva, metatrochophore stage, of a Capitella sp., polychaete worm. The shiny marbles inside the gut are lipid droplets: this larva is likely non-feeding (lecithotrophic).
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At least some of our troubles can be traced back to the advent of American cheese.
Phone keeps notifying me. Something something convention something something.
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