Richard's mOblOg

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I'm a British mathematician, been in the Netherlands for 35 years ("chercher la femme"). Recently became a double proud grandfather. Have a compulsion, but it's not secret, to want to correct miscarriages of justice involving abuse of science, see Dhamaka's plea

THE 9-11 was my 50th birthday. That's why I use it in my internet name, but English fashion, 11-9. The other part is my surname.

No-one ever expects the Spanish Inquisition

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Arghh!!! (it's sunbathing)

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It comes up to the surface, pulsating beautifully. The rests for a while soaking up the sun. That is what this one is doing. Then descends again...

They don't have a brain but do have a rather sophisticated nervous system. They have ruled the seas from long long long ago. "Jellyfish were some of the most ferocious preditors of the Cambrian marine environment." That's 600 million years ago. The dinosaurs were 60 million years ago. The first humans less that half a million years ago ... it seems like we've only been talking for around 100 000 years (that's about 3000 generations).

I think we shouldn't worry about global warming, I'm sure that the jellyfish will be able to cope with that.
2nd Aug 2007, 09:06   | tags:,,


JokerXL says:

Them and cockroaches.

4th Aug 2007, 18:56