Preamble This is not a chat filled with many statistics. This is a dedication to the process of Science and the Scientists that alerted us of Global Warming and Climate Change armed with real and measured observation, evaluation, conclusions and outcomes that are proven real and/or predicted. This is to the many from the early … Continue reading A WARMING ARGUMENT
SYMBIOSIS: A beneficial arrangement between two organisms. Symbiotic relationships occur mainly in three forms: 1. Mutualistic: where both parties benefit from this relationship . Possibly the best known example is Bees and Flowers. Bees pollinate flowers and plants set fruit. In return, Bees take some pollen home and make yummy honey. Everyone is a winner! … Continue reading Ecology Intermission 2.
Pre-dawn Wednesday, early UP after a restless night, partly due to ongoing contemplation of working future after just finishing my job, partly due to the ongoing rolling thunderstorm that seemed to last all night, but mainly due to being a little (understatement) excited about the impending North East Monsoon season surf on Malaysia's East Coast. … Continue reading UP
Nature had a good time in the Winter and Spring of 1966 in Tasmania, especially the South East where the Capital City Hobart is wedged in and around the foothills of the Wellington Range and the stunning Derwent River. It had been a wet Winter, the Farm dams were overflowing and Hydro Electric Lakes were … Continue reading 2 Hours
80% of all Crows in existence are urban dwellers. It is a standard statistic all over the World. The top of the Urban Scavenger tree is their only true place. For human researchers such as my amateur self, great mystery and intrigue surrounds their organisational abilities. Still, there are many unanswered questions. Some suggest Crows … Continue reading Part 3: The 20%, Paradise
A Monkey sits propped and braced in the small tree's branch junction with a 'stiffarm' to one of the branches , making the monkey route rigid and easy. It is so well thought out and organised this waiting for a younger one to move up and over him/her towards the top of this small tree … Continue reading Crows, Monkeys and Cars
As the Crow flies, about 1.5 kilometres away from where I sit, PNB 118 is growing and sometimes glowing to the sky. Completion is 2021. The core has probably reached 60 stories by now, maybe more. It is pumping along! This is a great example of Slip Form Engineered construction at its best. V. Cool … Continue reading Crows and Cranes
Hi. I am Chris Round. Thanks for joining me! Each choice we make moves us somewhere. Sometimes the outcome is as expected and sometimes equally unexpected. This writing journey is leading to both. Trust you all get a measure of enjoyment out of the following brain fed written meat and veg. Read the rest NOW … Continue reading READ THIS