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    Odd Life Found in Great Lakes

    They didn't have to go to all that trouble. All they had to do was look in my aquarium.

    http://news.yahoo.com/s/livescience/..._8Ou7dULIDW7oF

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    its a good read...
    i'm sure there are tons more to discover from these big lakes.

    moving.. so temporarily out of SW :b8:
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    updated: 2011/05/30

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    I'm so happy I got over that stage!!!

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    IJO, what do you mean SLT?

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    i didn't understand that one either Ivan ?

    moving.. so temporarily out of SW :b8:
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    updated: 2011/05/30

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    i think he's referring to the cyano.


    strange the way we spend billions trying to explore space and we haven't finished discovering everything here on earth.
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    Quote Originally Posted by a4twenty View Post
    i think he's referring to the cyano.


    strange the way we spend billions trying to explore space and we haven't finished discovering everything here on earth.
    lol, ya, maybe if the Russian's wanted to race the US to the bottom of the ocean we'd be in a different world today.

    Although yes it kinda feels like we skipped a major step..
    ..but...i never had a freshwater tank and Im doing fine.
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    they do and it is :b13:

    when the cold war ended, the US spent to much time patting themselves on the back and now the Russians are a natural resource powerhouse. they're up north currently trying to claim all the resources found beneath the melting ice.

    this is going to be a very strange time to be alive for sure, right comrade???
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    soooo true
    it is also fairly hard to explore our deep oceans..
    much easier to go to space then explore deep ocean trenshes ( with humains ).

    moving.. so temporarily out of SW :b8:
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    Quote Originally Posted by a4twenty View Post
    this is going to be a very strange time to be alive for sure, right comrade???
    это собирается быть очень странным временем, чтобы быть живым наверняка, правильный товарищ???

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    Lighting: 60" Outer Orbit dual 250 W 10k HQI and quad 48" T5HO Actinic
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