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Old 19th October 2012   #1
The World's Strongest Scientist
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Hello All,

I haven't been on in a while, but I'm back!

I am getting so close to being able to teach biology in the high schools(next fall?), and I wanted to share a paper I wrote researching a global issue that science created and is now trying to fix. I chose Chytrid and my evaluators loved my paper!!! Here it is on my blog:

The World's Strongest Scientist: Science and the Chytrid Epidemic by Lex Miller

I now it's not necessarily ground breaking, but the info is solid and people that are not herpetologists don't know this information. Enjoy.

Also there is a review of the Sacramento Reptile Expo on my blog that I thought was cool as well. was there and I got the chance to listen to one of their seminars! Very well done.

Check out my improved blog:
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