Cenobite's science and nature thread.

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Re: Keyser's science and nature thread.

Postby Cenobite » Fri Nov 03, 2017 9:06 pm

Seven new species of gigantic (and aggressive) Katydids.

https://news.nationalgeographic.com/201 ... w-species/
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Re: Keyser's science and nature thread.

Postby Cenobite » Mon Nov 06, 2017 8:42 pm

Dinosaur fossil show how incredibly tough they were - which is one good reason why they put the boot into us poor little Synapsids for so very long.

http://www.eartharchives.org/articles/d ... -bruisers/

https://www.seeker.com/earth/animals/ma ... nt-extinct

A new paper explaining anything you wanted to know about spider world records - not one for all the arachnophobics out there I admit. :thumbsup:

https://peerj.com/articles/3972/#spider

https://www.earthtouchnews.com/natural- ... d-records/
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Re: Keyser's science and nature thread.

Postby Guest » Tue Nov 07, 2017 12:56 am

charlie wrote:
Fragrant wrote:Keyser, considering Spacey has just half heartedly apologised for being a paedophile, would it not be better if you changed your avatar?
People may talk. :leer:

Oh, get over your pathetic self!

Keyser_Soze1 is a fictional character on the film, The Usual Suspects - but of course you know that!

Not that pathetic, he changed it. :gigglesnshit:
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Re: Keyser's science and nature thread.

Postby Canucklehead » Wed Nov 08, 2017 6:32 pm

Just watching the Antarctic Ocean episode of the BBC’s Blue Planet. Stunning in HD. :Wiiiine!:
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Re: Keyser's science and nature thread.

Postby charlie » Wed Nov 08, 2017 7:31 pm

Guest wrote:
charlie wrote:
Fragrant wrote:Keyser, considering Spacey has just half heartedly apologised for being a paedophile, would it not be better if you changed your avatar?
People may talk. :leer:

Oh, get over your pathetic self!

Keyser_Soze1 is a fictional character on the film, The Usual Suspects - but of course you know that!

Not that pathetic, he changed it. :gigglesnshit:

He changed his avatar and name as soon as the accusations came out.

Changing his avatar, etc, proves that he's willing to be subjective about the whole sorry mess.

Like millions of other people, he had no idea about the accusations surrounding Spacey before this hit the media a few days ago.
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Re: Keyser's science and nature thread.

Postby Cenobite » Wed Nov 08, 2017 11:14 pm

Guest wrote:
charlie wrote:
Fragrant wrote:Keyser, considering Spacey has just half heartedly apologised for being a paedophile, would it not be better if you changed your avatar?
People may talk. :leer:

Oh, get over your pathetic self!

Keyser_Soze1 is a fictional character on the film, The Usual Suspects - but of course you know that!

Not that pathetic, he changed it. :gigglesnshit:


Fuck off and troll elsewhere you pathetic wanker. :dafinger:

This is a science and nature thread which takes some thought and consideration far beyond mouth-breathing idiots such as yourself.
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Re: Keyser's science and nature thread.

Postby Cenobite » Wed Nov 08, 2017 11:17 pm

charlie wrote:
Guest wrote:
charlie wrote:
Fragrant wrote:Keyser, considering Spacey has just half heartedly apologised for being a paedophile, would it not be better if you changed your avatar?
People may talk. :leer:

Oh, get over your pathetic self!

Keyser_Soze1 is a fictional character on the film, The Usual Suspects - but of course you know that!

Not that pathetic, he changed it. :gigglesnshit:

He changed his avatar and name as soon as the accusations came out.

Changing his avatar, etc, proves that he's willing to be subjective about the whole sorry mess.

Like millions of other people, he had no idea about the accusations surrounding Spacey before this hit the media a few days ago.


Thanks. :Hiya:

They knew that Charlie of course it was just a pitiful troll attempt to ruin the thread. :shake head:
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Re: Keyser's science and nature thread.

Postby Cenobite » Thu Nov 09, 2017 3:00 am

Canucklehead wrote:Just watching the Antarctic Ocean episode of the BBC’s Blue Planet. Stunning in HD. :Wiiiine!:


My favourite sequence of The Deep episode was the seven gigantic Sixgill sharks eating the carcass of the Sperm whale. :cuppaT:

http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/article ... p-atlantic

My favourite animal?

The remarkable Barreleye - with it's huge upward looking green eyes and transparent jelly filled skull that enable it to do so. :smilin:

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Re: Keyser's science and nature thread.

Postby Canucklehead » Fri Nov 10, 2017 5:19 pm

Cenobite wrote:
Canucklehead wrote:Just watching the Antarctic Ocean episode of the BBC’s Blue Planet. Stunning in HD. :Wiiiine!:


My favourite sequence of The Deep episode was the seven gigantic Sixgill sharks eating the carcass of the Sperm whale. :cuppaT:

http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/article ... p-atlantic

My favourite animal?

The remarkable Barreleye - with it's huge upward looking green eyes and transparent jelly filled skull that enable it to do so. :smilin:

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The eyes on those sharks were really creepy though. :ooer:

That is one weird looking fish you posted a pic of there. :gigglesnshit: Pretty unique adaptation.

Fascinating how life finds a way in the most harsh of environments. Bottom of the ocean, extreme cold, and near underwater volcano vents. :more beer:
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Re: Keyser's science and nature thread.

Postby Cenobite » Fri Nov 10, 2017 6:22 pm

Canucklehead wrote:
Cenobite wrote:
Canucklehead wrote:Just watching the Antarctic Ocean episode of the BBC’s Blue Planet. Stunning in HD. :Wiiiine!:


My favourite sequence of The Deep episode was the seven gigantic Sixgill sharks eating the carcass of the Sperm whale. :cuppaT:

http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/article ... p-atlantic

My favourite animal?

The remarkable Barreleye - with it's huge upward looking green eyes and transparent jelly filled skull that enable it to do so. :smilin:

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The eyes on those sharks were really creepy though. :ooer:

That is one weird looking fish you posted a pic of there. :gigglesnshit: Pretty unique adaptation.

Fascinating how life finds a way in the most harsh of environments. Bottom of the ocean, extreme cold, and near underwater volcano vents. :more beer:


Indeed - although not as surprising as someone else actually posting on this bloody thread! :laughing:
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Re: Cenobite's science and nature thread.

Postby Cenobite » Fri Nov 10, 2017 9:02 pm

The latest 'mystery' Alaskan animal has been solved.

https://www.earthtouchnews.com/oceans/s ... -an-organ/

Five reasons why Sleeper sharks are so interesting (a possible lifespan of 700 years for the maximum sized specimens for a start FFS)! :kinell:



The beauty of Jupiter.

https://www.smithsonianmag.com/smart-ne ... 180967167/

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Re: Random Stuff Part Eighteen

Postby Cenobite » Sat Nov 11, 2017 12:07 am

Rolluplostinspace wrote:A big fat lumbering none buzzing wasp just came into my kitchen.
Very slow and heavy.
It's the second one this week and at this time of the night!
It's really cold too.
I presume it must be a queen looking for some where to sleep the winter away.
No fight in it at all.


Hope you let it live?

I am always getting these cheeky types of wasp flying about - the cheeky fuckers. :shake head:

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Re: Random Stuff Part Eighteen

Postby Rolluplostinspace » Sat Nov 11, 2017 12:37 am

Cenobite wrote:
Rolluplostinspace wrote:A big fat lumbering none buzzing wasp just came into my kitchen.
Very slow and heavy.
It's the second one this week and at this time of the night!
It's really cold too.
I presume it must be a queen looking for some where to sleep the winter away.
No fight in it at all.


Hope you let it live?

I am always getting these cheeky types of wasp flying about - the cheeky fuckers. :shake head:

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Wife catches them and chucks them back out.
Surviving out there in the cold aint going to be easy I wouldn't have thought.
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