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Regrowing Human Body Parts

Michael Levin is a professor and scientist at Tufts University. His research is focused on regenerating limbs as in salamanders. He has so far done so in frogs and has even manipulated the development of frogs so that he can grow extra limbs or organs in odd places. 170 more words


The Badab War YEG Battle Report #6- Salamanders vs Lamenters

This Badab War match was supposed to happen during Phase I.  Jerrod and Will’s schedules were not aligning to well prior to Christmas.  Story wise I envisioned the Salamanders and Lamenters meeting up prior to the Minotaurs arrival.  2,020 more words

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dVerse Poets Pub: OLN #189

Today, I am linking up for Open Link Night over at dVerse Poets Pub. http://dversepoets.com/2017/02/09/openlinknight-189/ Come join us for some fine poetry writin’…

Laphroaig Night… 113 more words

General Poetry

Cold hearted cold case

The good news is that they haven’t found the bodies. Yet.

Diabolical considering they were such as risk to start with, being blind.

Little hope they can return home on their own, with sunlight not being their friend. 631 more words


Amazing Salamanders II

In my last post, I wrote about some cool salamanders that have some interesting abilities. Hopefully you gained an appreciation for these interesting creatures that are important to the health of wetland communities. 791 more words


Amazing Salamanders

Did you know that the largest salamander in the world can weigh over 100 pounds? Did you know that some salamanders do not have lungs? Did you know there is a salamander called a “hellbender”? 708 more words


A Summer in Tennessee

Last summer, I lived in the Gateway to the Smokies—Gatlinburg, Tennessee. Gatlinburg is unique, to say the least. The people, the location, the environment—every bit of it. 438 more words