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Science is all that matters.

Contrary to popular belief hell hasn't frozen over yet in 2016 and we have a big problem right here in river city folks.  Trees all over the Country are breaking their dormancy and re-budding or downright sprouting. Pay no attention to folks like Dr. Ben Carson, he is a primate as are we all, and Science is Real. It is all that really matters. The Human primate like any other mammal can not exist in an environment without our BFF trees.

Over generations, trees have proved adaptable to gradually changing environmental conditions. It’s when environments change rapidly that trees, like most of us, get into trouble. One alarming possibility about global climate change is its potential effect on the timing of dormancy in trees. If the pace of global warming exceeds a native tree’s ability to adapt, it may well lead to some very strange things happening in the woods. Some tree physiologists have suggested that certain trees might not receive enough chilling to break dormancy (much like sugar maples from Vermont that don’t break dormancy when grown in Georgia). Research continues, and although absolute predictions are few, there are suggestions that different tree species will respond differently to climatic warming and this could seriously alter their competitive abilities, their survival, and, eventually, their regional distribution.

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jtgeissinger on Monday, February 27, 2017 10:50 PM
The amygdala is part of our limbic system, which appears to be primarily responsible for our emotional life. It has an effect on the autonomic nervous system, which is, in layman's terms, the unconscious mind.
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withonebreath on Thursday, April 13, 2017 12:54 AM
The test is a one off. It doesn't matter if you are aged fifteen or fifty, your DNA results will be exactly the same! So take the mystery out of wondering which products are going to be the best for you. Let science show you the answers.
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streetdefenseresearch on Thursday, April 27, 2017 10:37 PM
That's not to say that all Nobel laureates are tongue-tied when articulating their work. For example, chemist Roald Hoffmann did a great job when I posed a public-engagement scenario to him.
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DeborahBrooks on Tuesday, May 08, 2018 2:25 AM
good post
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anonymous on Thursday, August 09, 2018 7:29 AM
nice post
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