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LPT: Keep a separate master resume with ALL previous work experience. When sending out a resume for application, duplicate the file and remove anything that may be irrelevant to the position. You never know when some past experience might become relevant again, and you don’t want to forget about it.
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My First Attempt.
Woke up to a white world, gonna enjoy it from my favorite cozy chair
On the left: Scene from the first season of Stranger Things, set in 1983. On the right: Me, wearing the exact same shirt in 1983.
PsBattle: Dirty Cat in a Rail Yard
We still like cute goats, right?
Peter Wang, a 15-year-old member of the Junior ROTC who was killed as he tried to help fellow students escape a mass shooting in Parkland, posthumously admitted to the U.S. Military Academy. Wang and two other cadets, Martin Duque and Alaina Petty, both 14, were also awarded the Medal of Heroism.
Trucker forgot he was driving a tractor trailer this morning while going through the bridge toll.
Swedish Major Eric Bonde smokes a cigarette after being ambushed and shot twice, Congo, 1961
Tank Puppy sees snow for the firs time at the Toronto Zoo.
At the end of Ferris Bueller’s Day Off, he appears to Deus Ex Machina a baseball to throw at his stereo he left on in order to save himself from being caught. Ferris actually caught that baseball at the Cubs game much earlier in the movie.
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Elon Musk on Twitter: High altitude wind shear data shows a probable 2% load exceedance. Small, but better to be paranoid. Postponing launch to tomorrow, assuming winds are better then.
The year is 2030, robots have taken over the world and made humans their slaves. You have time travelled back to the year 1990 with $1,000,000 to stop the robo-apocalypse. Besides my mum, what do you do?
The 'facesitting' ice dance lift that was removed (but later re-added) by the gold medalist Canadian team for being considered potentially too 'lewd' for the Olympics stage.
[I ate] extra fluffy Japanese pancakes.
Bill Gates tries to guess grocery store prices on Ellen
This morning reflection from my front door
me irl
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Donna's Contribution to Pawnee's Time Capsule
On the left: Scene from the first season of Stranger Things, set in 1983. On the right: Me, wearing the same shirt in 1983.
[Image] Sucking at something is the first step
Happy Birthday, Anthony Daniels!
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Netflix Lands Worldwide Rights to Next Four Duplass Brothers Films
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You're goddamn right.
Roses are red, I play on the grass,
2441 aurizon That is about 1 gram per liter of water or sugar water. We know LiCl - Lithium Chloride has effects in man, and may well enter into the Honey or Wax if the colonies are dosed with lithium. As a water + sugar solution the bees can drink it - thus it kills varroa. The degree of carry over from feed water to honey/wax needs to be monitored and the toxicity fully understood. It is my understanding that work has started on this already.
673 the_original_Retro This, right here, is why I love science. > Inspired by [unrelated RNA testing process] results, the German researchers sought to replicate them by repeating the experiment with slightly tweaked methods. Indeed, mites infesting bees that were fed sugar water with the designed RNA rapidly died, *but so did mites in a control group given another RNA that should have been ineffective*. The astonishing results prompted the researchers to suspect that the lithium chloride used to produce the RNA – and thus present in the sugar water – was actually killing the parasites. A battery of subsequent examinations confirmed their hypothesis. Broken baseline testing FTW. Unintended consequences might contribute to avoiding honeybee collapse. This is cool as hell, and hopefully soon, will be a post on /r/upliftingnews.
60 Examiner7 I kept bees for awhile. They were in the middle of thousands of acres of alfalfa and sage brush and I didn't think there were any wild bees within miles. One spring most of my hives didn't come out of the winter alive and I couldn't figure out why. I asked around online and people kept telling me it was mites. I REALLY didn't think it was mites but went back out to the hives to really do a thorough check. Sure enough... mites. After a bear ruined the last of my hives I finally gave up. =/
40 ghallo If this treatment really does kill 90%-100% of mites in a single 7 day dosage period, I (as a beekeeper) would forego my entire harvest for a year if it would significantly reduce the mite load in the region. It could (potentially) be like the polio vaccine. If we clear the mite out of entire areas through a massive program - then we would potentially be removing the need to use any further treatments. What is critically important here is the delivery method. With Oxalic Acid you need to visit and treat every hive in a controlled manner. There is absolutely no way to treat feral populations. Honeybees, however, are naturally attracted to sweet sources and a single feed station could reach hives as far as 3 miles away (feral or otherwise). Since those bees would bring back the treatment to the rest of the hive - it would be very easy to treat on a geographic scale. Note also that honest (read this as most) beekeepers already do not feed their bees when the honey supers are on the hive. This means that most beekeepers would not need to change their process at all - and still have nearly zero risk of contaminating the honey they sell.
21 Zparven My dad, who keeps bees here in Sweden, got a new queen last year who has this mutation that will make her offspring clean out varroa infested larvae. Altough this is pretty new and it's debated wheter it works or not.
102 vequira I hope we don’t end up regretting that we killed all those Varroa mites