For Christmas Eve 2016 a giant squid made its presence ..
Tokyo (CNN). It isn’t every day that a mystery from the deep swims into plain sight. But on Christmas Eve, spectators on a pier in Toyama Bay in central Japan were treated to a rare sighting of a giant squid.
In the Beginning was …… no, you CAN’T choose Aliens or God or Nothing or the Void, because the Poll is actually about either Light or Sound.
I once attended an Astrology course and had an argument with the teacher about whether Light or Sound was in the VERY beginning, the first thing emanating from the “Void”. You may choose to say there was both Light and Sound at the same time, but it will be interesting to see how many choose only “Light” and how many choose only “Sound.”
This Post about what physicist Professor Brian Cox says about “what makes the universe up or down” may help you answer.
By the way, the reason for my answer can be found by clicking HERE.
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Scientific Classification: Phylum Arthropoda, Class Insecta, Order Hymenoptera, family Trichogrammatidae, approx 650 Trichogramma spp.
Imagine if you were only about half a centimetre in size and had a life span of just 2 weeks. You wouldn’t have time to complain about others or to feel angry or jealous of others. The Trichogramma Wasp is just such a creature. Adults are 1/50 inch or 0.18mm in dimension, and are a beautiful golden yellow in colour, or yelow and black, with bright red eyes, short antennae and compact bodies.
This intelligent Bottlenose Dolphin, unfortunately wrapped up in broken fishing line, sees a Diver and seeks help from the human being. Despite the captions on the original video, all of the line and the hook were removed, as Fox News shows at the link below.
Hover your mouse and click on the little “icon” in the bottom right corner of the video above to go to Full Screen size. When will Homo sapiens learn that the world is for non human beings as well as for them? Yes, some will say this is an example of unavoidable “collateral damage” if we want fresh fish on our dinner plates, BUT I think there is too much “collateral damage”. Luckily for this Dolphin, she/he was smart and brave enough to go to the lead Diver (Diving Instructor) for help.
I like how the Fox News presenter says “Don’t ever under-estimate the animals, it’s the humans we sometimes have to worry about.”
Phylogenetics orPhylogenetic systematics is a discipline and a field of biology that aims to identify and understand the evolutionary relationships among the many different kinds of life forms on earth, both living (extant) and dead (extinct). Cladistics uses an understanding of phylogenetics to look at the “Tree of Life” and uses a type of diagram called a Cladogram to represent branched “evolutionary relationships” or phylogenies.
Phylogenies are lists or diagrams that show the evolutionary paths taken by populations of organisms through many generations and over long periods of time.
Nomenclature is the devising or choosing of names for things, especially within a branch of science. Systematics or Taxonomy is the branch of biology that deals with classification and nomenclature of organisms or life forms. A binomial (or two word) nomenclature is used to label and identify known species, using a Genus name and a Species name. Please see this post here for in depth information about TAXONOMY.
Sir David Attenborough (born 8 May 1926 in London, England) is Britain’s best-known natural history film-maker. His career as a naturalist and broadcaster has spanned nearly five decades and there are very few places on the globe that he has not visited. Over the last 25 years he has established himself as the world’s leading natural history programme maker with several landmark BBC series, including: Life on Earth (1979), The Living Planet (1984), The Trials of Life (1990), The Private Life of Plants (1995), The Life of Birds (1998), The Life of Mammals (2002) and Life in the Undergrowth (2005).
The final chapter in the Life series, Life in Cold Blood is the grand finale to David’s survey of life on earth.
He is also a former senior manager at the BBC, having served as controller of BBC Two and director of programming for BBC Television in the 1960s and 1970s. In 1965, Sir David became Controller of BBC2 and was responsible for the introduction of colour television into Britain. In January 1969, he was appointed Director of Programmes with editorial responsibility for both of the BBC’s television networks. Then, in 1973, he resigned to return to programme-making, claiming “I haven’t even seen the Galapagos Islands”. First came Eastwards with Attenborough, a natural history series set in South East Asia, then The Tribal Eye, examining tribal art.
He is a younger brother of director, producer and actor Richard Attenborough. He is widely considered a national treasure, although he himself doesn’t care for the term.
David Attenborough received a Knighthood for services to broadcasting in 1985.