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Idris - Doctor Who

Gallifrey One 2012

For more pictures of me wearing this costume, please go to my Random Blog:

 http://liselfwench.wordpress.com/2012/02/23/gallifrey-one-2012/

All Done!  2/9/12

And just in time for Gallifrey One!  2,357 more words

Doctor Who

1912 Reproduction Gown

Costume Con 30

I love this dress.  I really, really LOVE this dress.  It’s so lovely to wear.  I felt just so regal and pretty in it! 1,062 more words

1912 Dress

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We made it. After a few medication malfunctions, we made it to retrieval. 10 eggs showed up on the ultrasound the day prior and off we went. 214 more words

Baby

These Lizards Have Been Playing Rock-Paper-Scissors for 15...

These Lizards Have Been Playing Rock-Paper-Scissors for 15 Million Years 

Male side-blotched lizards have more than one way to get the girl. Orange males are bullies.

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TEDxPiscataqua River talk is up online!

Author: Skylar Bayer

Hello! Back in February I got an email one Friday afternoon inviting me to be a speaker at the TEDxPiscataquaRiver event “On the Edge” in Portsmouth, NH. 238 more words

Fish And People

The Economics of IVF

Money matters, public health spending, and policy decision-making. When mixed with the life sciences and babies, these issues become even  more complex.

In an earlier article, I wrote about legal developments in the sperm donation industry, which have raised questions about… 422 more words

Drugs

Why baby turtles work together to dig themselves out of a nest | New Scientist

https://www.newscientist.com/article/2088892-why-baby-turtles-work-together-to-dig-themselves-out-of-a-nest/

“We knew of this group-digging behaviour, called social facilitation, for a long time, but the reasons for teamwork were unclear. Possible explanations included speeding up nest escape or helping the turtles emerge together to swamp awaiting predators on the beach. 60 more words

Conservation