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Brain is not firing on all cylinders, and I have to finish training.

Why won't you activate?

Brain drain, brain drain...

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An interesting looking True Bug (Family Tessaratomidae) spotted at the Canopy Walk at Kent Ridge Park, Singapore, on 6 Oct. 2020.

True Bugs are members of the Order Hemiptera, and are not the same as the colloquial meaning of the word 'bug'.

On iNaturalist [ inaturalist.org/observations/6 ]

#iNaturalist #Nature #Singapore #Photography #Insects #TrueBugs #Hemiptera

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Startled this Giant Shield Bug (Pycanum alternatum) into flight when I walked past it. Fortunately, after a short flight, it settled onto this leaf and stayed there for these shots. Taken at Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve, Singapore, on 13 Oct. 2020.

On iNaturalist [ inaturalist.org/observations/6 ].

#iNaturalist #Nature #Singapore #Photography #Insects #TrueBug #Hemiptera

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I'm back! 👋

Here's some *NEW WORK*: a sunrise hike up to the Storr on the Isle of Skye, Scotland. An absolutely incredible experience.

More photos from this hike here iancylkowski.com/blog/2020/10/ ❤️

More photos to come from other places on Skye we hiked around in the coming days! 👍

#photography #photo #photographie #autumn #fall #scotland #skye #uk #britain #nature #travel #landscape #storr

Ready to get silly?

I am! Time for putting on the Wonka-vision.

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System/Library/Frameworks/AddressBook.framework/Versions/A/Helpers/AddressBookSourceSync.app/Contents/MacOS/AddressBookSourceSync

Ever since I added Barack as an emergency contact this Address Book sync "Helper" has been making periodic connection requests.

Nope.
Still not correct.
The equations did not get to the point.

re: Slugs my bananas! 

That's I'm thinking heading into winter because the way the water management works out here is dependent on the not just amount of snow created in the Sierras, but also the ice melt velocity of snow, which is dependent on the seasonal atmospheric temperature.

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Slugs my bananas! 

Moisture memories of a forest are stored in the trees.

Over several million acres of forest have burned in California this year.

After a naturally derived forest fire occurs, the forest's regrowth potential is likely to be greater during the wet winter years of the Pacific oscillation.

If the Pacific coast oscillation is heading into the dry years, it is speculated there's going to be a change in the moisture signature of the burned areas.

The amount of moisture memory that remains is dependent on the tree mass lost due to combustion and the seasonal moisture patterns.

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Speaking of coffee!

Some people say the French press is fancy.

I'll make a gander that the fanciness has to do with the word, "French" because there is a consensus amongst some people that anything French is fancy.

I do here swear,
by the Jazz of Physics,
that the Universe is musical.

Link to article:

"Mapping carbon accumulation potential from global natural forest regrowth"

nature.com/articles/s41586-020

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Hack the Planet!

Tickled green to see my fellow Stumpies from SUNY ESF are representing! ESF is the best school to get stumped. That's where I earned my stump.

Happy little trees.

Incontinence of my brain.

It would be most enjoyable, I'd chortle over it, if those garbage data chuckers threw beans into the ad-trackers.

Garbonzos, Pinto, Navy, Black...

Beans!.

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hackers.town

A bunch of technomancers in the fediverse. Keep it fairly clean please. This arcology is for all who wash up upon it's digital shore.