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  • Wheeler was one of more than 100 parents, police officers, clergy members and Newtown residents who spoke at the fourth and final public hearing held by the Connecticut legislature's Bipartisan Task Force on Gun Violence and Children's Safety. The liberty of any person to own a military assault weapon and high-capacity magazine and to keep them in their home is second to the right of my son to his life. The hearing was held in a crowded auditorium of Newtown High School, where President Barack Obama met with the families of victims days after the attack. "I tried to think of a reason why we would need guns and weapons like that for hunting, and the only thing I could think of is maybe deer management," said Neil Heslin whose 6-year-old son Jesse was a victim. As with the earlier hearing on gun violence, opinions were mixed on whether the legislature should pass stricter gun control measures, like a ban on semi-automatic weapons or high-capacity magazines. But none of the speakers whose children died in the shooting opposed such measures, and some vehemently argued in favor of them.



We made it to Placencia Belize, bumpy road and all...

  Off we went down to the gangplank and boarding area to about 100 passengers in line waiting to board the next boat.   We managed to convinced the other van driver to contact the airport van to turn around in crazy traffic and road construction and come back with our three bags.   The van stopped and minutes later, a load of about 25 bags in the rear of a huge van were being unloaded to get to our, which of course were on the bottom.   We encountered washed out roads, cracked broken pavement, scary single lane passing, slow semi trucks up the steep winding hills, slow drivers, crazy drivers, winding and mountainous roads.   Our bags were in a van we had not requested, not Abraham's van. After what seemed like an eternity, we had all of our bags in Abraham's van and we were on our way to FED EX, arriving a good 20 minutes after leaving the ship terminal through bumpy dusty unpaved roads in some of the poorest areas of Belize City.   Now, less than two years later, I'm hauling my share of carry on bags, up the steep steps to the second level of the tender for a 30 minute bouncy boat ride in choppy waters from where the Celebrity Equinox anchored out at sea, too large to dock...   Aware of the clock ticking, Tom appeared at my side ready to head down to Deck 2 to our awaiting bags and to board the tender.   Moments later, Jennie appeared again with the passports in hand, showing us that she had in fact interrupted his breakfast as he gave us the 30 days visas. We encountered cows in the road, cows in the pasture eating real grass, roaming free, chickens wandering in fields, pecking at natures little tidbits, soft billowy clouds over the sea, endless rows of banana trees and more orange groves than I'd...   In a firm but diplomatic voice, I asked her to please go interrupt his breakfast kindly asking him to extend the visa for 30 days giving us ample time to apply for an extension by mail while in Placencia.   In what was a wild flurry of activity, as Abraham joined us in the search for our bags, there were two vans in front of ours, all blocking traffic.   And so began the almost four hour drive down the Hummingbird Highway.   Exchanging business cards, we promised to stay in touch via email as she was very interested in reading our blog as I was interested in hearing more about her family winery in Bordeaux France. Shortly before we arrived at the cottage, we asked Abraham to stop at a grocery store to get us through the first few days until we figure out transportation. Moments later, we were being herded off the tender all the while looking for our multiple orange bags.   The 30 minute ride flew by, wind and sea spray splashing around us in the open air boat as we chatted on about science, paleontology and the caveman.   Yes, our bags ended up in two separate vans, neither of which we had requested or desired.   Pushy, pushy, pushy.   But, nice, nice, nice.   The visas on both of our passports read:  6/2/2013.   We went through six, yes six, one car width bridges.   Showing her the dates on the passports, she became embarrassed and flustered, mumbling something about the Belizean Immigration Officer having gone to eat at the ship's buffet. A few years ago, I had trouble going to a Minnesota Twins ballgame, the ride in the car, sitting in the bleachers, the stairs up and down. "  Stop that van.   The Celebrity staff member who looked like a police officer led the way for us to follow him.   Oh, oh, FED EX had moved.   Steps away from boarding the tender we were approved to depart after a phone call was made.   After a lengthy walk on the dock, we discovered a Celebrity "tent" with cups of water accompanying the goodbyes from the uniformed staff.

Apr 03, 2012 by Max | Posted in Earth Sciences & Geology

What Lives In The Grand Canyon?

Hi Guys Just Asking What Animals Live In The Grand Canyon?


People have lived in the Grand Canyon for thousands of years and Native Americans still live there. The Havasupai Indians live in the Grand Canyon today. http://www.havasupai-nsn.gov/ I have spent many months working in the Grand Canyon doing geologic field work. Among the large animals in the Grand Canyon I have observed (I have actually seen these animals-sometimes very close by): Desert Bighorn Sheep (there are large herds of 10-20 and I once had a Bighorn sheep stand twenty feet above me on a rock that was curious about what I was doing) Elk (even larger herds approaching 100 in a herd- Elk herds would occasionally decide to cross my trail while I sat and waited for them to pass around me) Mule deer Wild horses (large numbers- once met one face to face on a trail at night) Wild burros (also large numbers- the burros would come within sight of my tent and bray at me as if they were complaining about my presence in their territory) Pronghorn antelope Coyotes (I encountered coyote puppies that actually played with me) Badgers ( I gave him the trail) Mountain lions (only saw tracks as she probably saw me first) Bobcats (seen from a distance Beavers (seen along the Colorado River) Ringtails Gophers Kaibab squirrels Jack rabbits Striped Skunks Bats Ravens seem to be the most common bird Eagles (bald and golden) Hawks (mostly red-tail) Hummingbirds (used to follow me around and my Indian field assistant said I was blessed because this was one of the ancestors that was following me- I am pretty sure it was because of the color of my hat) Mountain blue jays Chickadees Tarantulas butterflies- but I can't identify the species I encountered three species of rattle snakes that live in the Grand Canyon: Western Diamond Back (two of these I encountered multiple times in the same

carbonates | Apr 06, 2012
Guru Hank | Apr 03, 2012
Californian Condors nest there.
Turd Ferguson | Apr 03, 2012
Spiders and Scorpions
asseenfromoutside | Apr 03, 2012
This site will help you. www.travelwest.net/parks/grandcanyon/flora.html -
James Bond | Apr 03, 2012
That's a pretty demanding question my friend! Considering the landscape your most likely to find animals such as snakes, lizards, arachnids (spiders, scorpions), rodents, and maybe some more mountain-dwelling mammals such as goats. Considering the large population of small rodents (mice, rats, etc) there will most likly be large birds of prey scouring the area for their prey (eagles, condors, vultures etc). There is also a river running through the basin of the Canyon (the Colorado if I'm not mistaken) and that will most likely contain some fish and frogs. Not to mention the fact that there will be millions of insects, likely locusts and other desert-loving critters. This is just a beginner's insight into the wildlife in the Grand Canyon, if you want a more detailed description (i.e. you want to know the exact species of animals that are found there), then I suggest visiting wikipedia or something, although you will probably be there for days. Hope this helps!
Maru | Apr 03, 2012
Long ago, people were believed to have lived in the Grand Canyon. Dr. J. W. Powell discovered their shelter and some ancient weapons down by a cool pond. However, now, only wildlife lives there. Bobcats, coyotes, squirrels, beavers, raccoons, and gophers live in the more mountainous regions of the Grand Canyon. Various endangered fish live in the Colorado River, which runs through the Grand Canyon. Over three hundred types of birds live there, also many types of reptiles. Many snakes, scorpions, and spiders can be found there as well. Deer are found in the depths of the canyon, along with bats in the cave. Hope I helped! (:
aladdinwa | Apr 03, 2012
http://www.arizona-leisure.com/grand-can yon-animals.html Remember, Google is your friend. .
John D | Dec 21, 1999
James and Maru answered pretty completely. The Canyon is actually pretty rich down in the bottom. It's the Colorado River, so there's water. There are some spots that are more rocky and barren, and some that are more eroded and green. There's trees and grass and other plants all over, and there's actually quite a few animals. Like most wildlife, you don't usually see them when you're just walking around. It's far from some barren, sterile place. It's beautiful......
carbonates | Apr 06, 2012
People have lived in the Grand Canyon for thousands of years and Native Americans still live there. The Havasupai Indians live in the Grand Canyon today. http://www.havasupai-nsn.gov/ I have spent many months working in the Grand Canyon doing geologic field work. Among the large animals in the Grand Canyon I have observed (I have actually seen these animals-sometimes very close by): Desert Bighorn Sheep (there are large herds of 10-20 and I once had a Bighorn sheep stand twenty feet above me on a rock that was curious about what I was doing) Elk (even larger herds approaching 100 in a herd- Elk herds would occasionally decide to cross my trail while I sat and waited for them to pass around me) Mule deer Wild horses (large numbers- once met one face to face on a trail at night) Wild burros (also large numbers- the burros would come within sight of my tent and bray at me as if they were complaining about my presence in their territory) Pronghorn antelope Coyotes (I encountered coyote puppies that actually played with me) Badgers ( I gave him the trail) Mountain lions (only saw tracks as she probably saw me first) Bobcats (seen from a distance Beavers (seen along the Colorado River) Ringtails Gophers Kaibab squirrels Jack rabbits Striped Skunks Bats Ravens seem to be the most common bird Eagles (bald and golden) Hawks (mostly red-tail) Hummingbirds (used to follow me around and my Indian field assistant said I was blessed because this was one of the ancestors that was following me- I am pretty sure it was because of the color of my hat) Mountain blue jays Chickadees Tarantulas butterflies- but I can't identify the species I encountered three species of rattle snakes that live in the Grand Canyon: Western Diamond Back (two of these I encountered multiple times in the same
Jun 07, 2011 by Addy R | Posted in Mythology & Folklore

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I'm bored. Share as many as you like


1,525,000,000 miles of telephone wire a strung across the U.S. 101 Dalmatians and Peter Pan (Wendy) are the only two Disney cartoon features with both parents that are present and don't die throughout the movie. 111,111,111 x 111,111,111 = 12,345,678,987,654,321 12 newborns will be given to the wrong parents daily. 123,000,000 cars are being driven down the U.S's highways. 160 cars can drive side by side on the Monumental Axis in Brazil, the world's widest road. 166,875,000,000 pieces of mail are delivered each year in the U.S. 27% of U.S. male college students believe life is "A meaningless existential hell." 315 entries in Webster's Dictionary will be misspelled. 5% of Canadians don't know the first 7 words of the Canadian anthem, but know the first 9 of the American anthem. 56,000,000 people go to Major League baseball each year. 7% of Americans don't know the first 9 words of the American anthem, but know the first 7 of the Canadian anthem. 85,000,000 tons of paper are used each year in the U.S. 99% of the solar systems mass is concentrated in the sun. A 10-gallon hat barely holds 6 pints. A cat has 32 muscles in each ear. A cockroach can live several weeks with its head cut off. A company in Taiwan makes dinnerware out of wheat, so you can eat your plate. A cow produces 200 times more gas a day than a person. A dime has 118 ridges around the edge. A dragonfly has a lifespan of 24 hours. A fully loaded supertanker travelling at normal speed takes a least twenty minutes to stop. A giraffe can clean its ears with its 21-inch tongue. A giraffe can go without water longer than a camel can. A goldfish has a memory span of three seconds. A hard working adult sweats up to 4 gallons per day. Most of the sweat evaporates before a person realizes it's there. A hedgehog's heart beats 300

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Mark Etholic | Jun 07, 2011
1,525,000,000 miles of telephone wire a strung across the U.S. 101 Dalmatians and Peter Pan (Wendy) are the only two Disney cartoon features with both parents that are present and don't die throughout the movie. 111,111,111 x 111,111,111 = 12,345,678,987,654,321 12 newborns will be given to the wrong parents daily. 123,000,000 cars are being driven down the U.S's highways. 160 cars can drive side by side on the Monumental Axis in Brazil, the world's widest road. 166,875,000,000 pieces of mail are delivered each year in the U.S. 27% of U.S. male college students believe life is "A meaningless existential hell." 315 entries in Webster's Dictionary will be misspelled. 5% of Canadians don't know the first 7 words of the Canadian anthem, but know the first 9 of the American anthem. 56,000,000 people go to Major League baseball each year. 7% of Americans don't know the first 9 words of the American anthem, but know the first 7 of the Canadian anthem. 85,000,000 tons of paper are used each year in the U.S. 99% of the solar systems mass is concentrated in the sun. A 10-gallon hat barely holds 6 pints. A cat has 32 muscles in each ear. A cockroach can live several weeks with its head cut off. A company in Taiwan makes dinnerware out of wheat, so you can eat your plate. A cow produces 200 times more gas a day than a person. A dime has 118 ridges around the edge. A dragonfly has a lifespan of 24 hours. A fully loaded supertanker travelling at normal speed takes a least twenty minutes to stop. A giraffe can clean its ears with its 21-inch tongue. A giraffe can go without water longer than a camel can. A goldfish has a memory span of three seconds. A hard working adult sweats up to 4 gallons per day. Most of the sweat evaporates before a person realizes it's there. A hedgehog's heart beats 300
Vicky Wong | Jun 07, 2011
If you read the Evan.of Luke's, Matheus, John and Marc every day in loud voice for 40 or 70 minutes you will find true happiness and receive a lot of spirituallity and will feel very good. Try!
stephen | Jun 07, 2011
napolian bonipart decided street numbers have odd and even on opposit sides. wich is now the standard around the world.
jacko brightside | Jun 07, 2011
if you can drown out all sound and color, and say the name of a person or place without thinking about what you just said or about saying it or about the words that came out, you can catch a glimpse of what is happening there at that very moment, its called remote viewing and its used by the army to find terrorist
CBOLAR™ ® | Jun 07, 2011
Santa Claus myth rotts can be traced to poisonous mushrooms and reindeer urine.

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