Tag Archives: Biology

Occlupanid Behavior

While a great deal of painstaking research has gone into the general taxonomic classification of occulpanids, next to nothing has been discovered as to their behavior, environmental niche, internal anatomical structure and function, and even their biological life cycle. Any … Continue reading

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What’s the Buzz?

What’s the buzz Tell me what’s a-happening What’s the buzz Tell me what’s a-happening What’s the buzz Tell me what’s a-happening What’s the buzz Tell me what’s a-happening What’s the buzz Tell me what’s a-happening What’s the buzz Tell me … Continue reading

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The Mouse Family

The Mouse family. That’s how I perceive them. A new couple moved in just recently. They have three little girls. When I sit on the porch not thirty feet away from where the girls are romping I can’t make out … Continue reading

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Marriage

Marriage Defined To simply define marriage is like giving away the punchline before telling the joke. It’s just not funny. There are certain concepts, terms and ideas that the reader must first fully comprehend before reaching an understanding of the … Continue reading

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High School Biology – 1968

True stories are the best kinds of stories. I went to an all-you-can-eat Chinese buffet tonight. I had some frog legs for the first time in my life. I thought to myself: “I haven’t seen naked frog legs since biology … Continue reading

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Tar Spot

It’s Spring at last and the leaves on our young SuperForm Maple have now fully opened. For some time though, because of the weather, the leaves remained limp, hesitant and shy. So this morning I noticed they opened, stretched forth … Continue reading

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How to Reverse the Magnetic Polarity of Your Biological Cuckoo Clock

The author becomes inspired (lovely word, that). But at times that inspiration lasts only just long enough to develop a working title for an essay. Composition happens hour after hour within the meandering mind and may be so deep, complex … Continue reading

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