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I spent today messing about with some procedural generation code that I found on a github repository that was mentioned in an article on reddit about an interesting way to generate interconnected nodes. 161 more words

Derwood Demonstration Garden Weekly Report: June 11, 2019

It was another glorious day in the Demonstration Garden! Blue skies and cooling breezes made it a perfect work day. Low humidity and cooling breezes encouraged lots of gardening activity. 1,947 more words

Butterfly Garden

We Have Almost No Control Over Staff Email Notifications

Booker has internal notification emails that allow a staff member to see who is scheduling an appointment, canceling an appointment, or changing an appointment. These emails are certainly not formatted the way we would format them. 169 more words


Queen Ants Don’t Have a Divine Right to Their Thrones, Just the Right Genetics

Originally posted here: https://mcgill.ca/oss/article/did-you-know/queen-ants-dont-have-divine-right-their-thrones-just-right-genetics

Humans have classified more than 12,500 species of ants, and there are an estimated 10,000 more waiting to be discovered. Besides their incredible strength, almost all of these species have something in common: queens. 347 more words

Scientific Articles

No. 501 Ants

I have a older friend…
That loves to eat in her bed…
Popcorn, cookies and candy…
Sometimes she has visitors…
And not the two legged kind! 101 more words


This Zebra Longwing was at the Arboretum of Flagstaff in northern Arizona. Their range is in South and Central America, as well as the southern United States. Learn more: Zebra Longwing