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Month: June 2011

THE SONG OF THE WHALE AND THE ART OF LISTENING

THE SONG OF THE WHALE AND THE ART OF LISTENING

¬† Humpback whales use a form of communication which is described as a kind of song. Sound travels four times faster in water then land so the whales have a fast form of communication. These songs can last half an hour and are usually divided into sections, called themes. Whales will often repeat the songs over hours and even days. The sound of the baleen whale is the loudest produced by any animal on earth and travels long distances underwater….

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BRIEF UPDATE

BRIEF UPDATE

I’m still in rehab in Scottsdale for another week. I hope to get this blog back on track once I get home and am able to go to work again. Please be patient. Best regards¬† Paul

REPORTING IN

REPORTING IN

I had a total knee joint revision in Scottsdale on June 8th and have been out of contact with the world really. After two weeks I’m starting to get back and in another week or two hope I’ll be able to keep this current. Right now, I’m not able to contribute as I’d like to. In the meantime take a look at a trial going on in Flordia. The plaintiff’s lawyer is Steve Yerrid, one of the nation’s great plaintiff…

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