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eccentricrecluse:
Recent studies conducted by Texas A&M suggest that my camping trips are responsible for 63.7% of Texas  Bigfoot sightings. As for UFOs....It is not me, gotta be some other strange dude. 
rosegold:
Lolol 👌🏻

This blog topic is very dear to my heart. I think about it a lot. I don’t know how much I’ve talked about this on SG, but if I can dedicate myself to like 3 causes in my life, nature conservation is like numero uno. (My Love coined the term “Nature Conservationista” for me, and that pretty much sums it up.)

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dansiego3:
@rosegold i hear you.  We scientists though, i would not at least call myself “altruistic”.  It is really hard not to generalize in these times.  But for myself?  It keeps my brain busy.  I’m selfish actually.  The endless pursuit of trying to understand principles of biology?  I just like puzzles like many young kids and girls here today love games.  I felt not passionate enough to teach and do reaearch.  I went biotech.  Because i did not see the value of drug discovery.  Too many politics in that process.  Too much money wasted for incremental benefit focused on the unhealthy trend we have of everyone wanting to live longer.  The result? More older people and less ability to support them.  This planet was not built to sustain endless growth.  We see this every day.  Only china has ever attempted to grapple with that simple problem that i’m aware of.  It almost ruined their people.  Biology just an aspect of nature.  15 years post high school education and 14 in biotech, i still don’t know jack shit!
rosegold:
The puzzle-solving! Yes. I wasted plenty of time in college just because I like to learn lol. If I were to do it over, I might go into the sciences, but at this point, I think I'll just read about them when I feel inclined ha. I agree, it's a huge pickle. I wish people thought more about quality than quantity.