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: Jan 11 2014 #Hedge76 @Hedge76 #Tweets ==> https://twitter.com/search... http://friendfeed.com/search...Comment
: Tim #Genck
is a liar ==> Yeah Mari. I assume you know that poly tweeted out the Richards' family phone number and harassed them. https://twitter.com/Hedge76... https://twitter.com/Hedge76 #Hedge76 #TimGenck #DeniseRichard #BillRichard #Op6dTimGenck #Op6dDeniseRichard #Op6dBillRichard#Genck #TagWrap http://friendfeed.com/search... #p01yn0nym0us22 #p01yn0nym0us5 #DanielGenck #TimGenck
Daniel Genck Tim Genckhttp://friendfeed.com/optroll... #AGENT_GATTACA
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from DM: I don't believe #Hedge
is Tim. Tim is now @palescales protected- he deleted 3 accounts and he may be @ralphmanatee. Hedge is definitely a shill and if a sock of Tim certainly possible but the hours on line don't speak to that-- Tim is in #Minnesota
and Hedge has pretty much East Coast hours by the last tweet and the 1st tweets of his day. Tim was #AtheismRunAmok
and I saw them doxing me when he revealed he used to date my daughter. Then the moron posted a picture. -
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: How Do Owls Rotate Their Heads Around? | LiveScience - http://www.livescience.com/26771-h...Comment
: "Owls don't need eyes in the back of their heads to see what's behind them â€” they can just swivel their heads all the way around. In fact, many owl species, such as the barred owl, can rotate their heads 270 degrees in each direction, which means they can look to the left by rotating all the way to the right, or vice versa.
But how do they do it without severing their arteries or preventing blood from reaching the brain?"
"The team noticed that the vertebral artery enlarges slightly as it approaches the brain, which is unusual and not seen in many other animals (like the trunk of a tree, vessels generally get smaller as they get farther from the heart). The authors think that these enlarged areas may function as reservoirs in which blood can pool, so that the brain has extra blood to work with as the head swivels around, de Kok-Mercado said.
The blood vessels near the brain are also highly connected. A vessel called the patent trigeminal artery connects the front and the back of the owl's brain, which helps supply the organ with as much blood as possible."
"Why do owls need to crane their necks to such an extreme degree? It's because their eyes are tubular, built almost like telescopes, giving them amazing vision, de Kok-Mercado said. But unlike humans, who have roughly spherical eyes, owls cannot move them about easily, so they have to rotate their heads." Add your comment...