Saturday, August 27, 2011

One Brainy Fish: Scientific American

One Brainy Fish: Scientific American:
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Fish with unusual lower-lip formations may indicate regions where oracle-shown fauna can be found, because history-images from a waxy/gel oracle-bead chronicle are continually transmitted from an oracle-bead environmental site where other-species brains/neural-bulbs absorb and relay the content-imagery throughout the earth's waterstreams and land-masses.

This same Scientific American issue (September 2011), same Advances section, also presents article titled 'The Shape of a Nose', "Cold-weather noses may function differently from those that evolved in hot and humid climates..." with regard to "a narrow, longer internal cavity".

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