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Laila

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About Laila

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    galaxy and garden observer

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    Likes: good times, gardens, grafts, galaxies, gooey sweets, gherkins, the colour green, greek food, goat cheese, glitter, guacamole, gastronomy, geology. I got distracted....

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  1. i ended up going with amscope but a diff model. this one 》http://vi.raptor.ebaydesc.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItemDescV4&item=200838534833&category=48741&pm=1&ds=0&t=1432868259951 i like the idea of led and is cheaper. im keen for one with the extra 20x eyepiece that goes up to 2000x because i want to have the 800x option over 400/ 600. i doubt ill bother with the 2000x as itll be nothing pretty colours to me
  2. thats ok! haha, i was wondering what was going on.i do like that option though
  3. yeah.. now to the og question at hand.. which is better out of those two links in my first post?
  4. cool. ive got a little pocket one but wondering - what do u think of the ones in the link above?
  5. this one: http://m.ebay.com.au/itm/141669638751 or this one: http://m.ebay.com.au/itm/331541328390 i dont need anything fancy. just want to be able to see spores and have some nerdy fun ;)
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    Piper Longum

    Hey guys, Wondering if anyone has a piper longum plant (indian long pepper) theyd be willing to share a cutting or seeds from. Alternatively, if you know where to purchase in spice or seed form in QLD your wisdom would be highly regarded.
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    PLease help my buddie start her trade

    Cool Mad style
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    Share the good movies youve seen

    I just watched a newish movie called THE ZERO THEORUM good watch. really quirky, colourful and imaginative and slightly depressing due to its exageration of the pains of living in a man made world https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=rae7_O_6EtU
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    truffles contain 'bliss' molecule

    Perhaps the fact that we are tool users plays into it. Maybe its a desired food that is poisonous to all animals in its natural state but weve evolved with it over time.
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    truffles contain 'bliss' molecule

    Haha, probably ;) Yeah we do eat a large variety of plant/ fungi.. could it be said that there are no plants/ fungi that we are able to consume that other animals can not.. (note, a big mac doesnt produce a seed)
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    truffles contain 'bliss' molecule

    I guess itd also be a question of what seeds or spores can survive the human digestive tract
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    truffles contain 'bliss' molecule

    Lol, I was just sitting on the couch thinkin bout this post I made and had similar thoughts. I came back to reword my question to 'I wonder what other plants rely on humans to spread their seed'. Editing.... now
  13. Heres an interesting article. http://www.bbc.com/earth/story/20141221-truffles-contain-bliss-molecule 'Maccarrone believes truffles use it to attract animals to eat their fruiting bodies, so that their spores are spread more widely and they have a better chance of reproducing.' I wonder if there are other fungi/ plants that rely on humans in particular to spread spores/ seed.
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