Summary of tweets for February 10th, 2010

Below is a summary of tweets from February 10th, 2010

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@NHillgarth: RT @oystersgarter: RT @AnnieCrawley: The Queen of Camouflage – Cuttlefish Mating http://bit.ly/cJfm4I #DSN10 Feb 10 21:22
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@eclecticechoes: RT @kzelnio RT @DukeNews: Surprising New Branches on Arthropod Family Tree http://bit.ly/c7FOJS #DSN10 Feb 10 20:05
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@oystersgarter: Now you can have a private cuttlefish viewing. RT @AnnieCrawley: The Queen of Camouflage – Cuttlefish Mating http://bit.ly/cJfm4I #DSN10 Feb 10 19:22
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@WanderinWeeta: RT @kzelnio: RT @DukeNews: Surprising New Branches on Arthropod Family Tree http://bit.ly/c7FOJS #DSN10 Feb 10 19:08
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@kzelnio: RT @DukeNews: Surprising New Branches on Arthropod Family Tree http://bit.ly/c7FOJS #DSN10 Feb 10 19:03
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@worldscipod: RT @kzelnio: Marine no-take zone rapidly benefits endangered penguin | Biology Letters http://is.gd/85EKd #DSN10 Feb 10 16:01
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@SFriedScientist: RT @kzelnio: Marine no-take zone rapidly benefits endangered penguin | Biology Letters http://is.gd/85EKd #DSN10 Feb 10 15:59
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@kzelnio: Marine no-take zone rapidly benefits endangered penguin | Biology Letters http://is.gd/85EKd #DSN10 Feb 10 15:57
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@kzelnio: RT @SFriedScientist: Today is old school bluegrass day in @kzelnio @bomaiblat and my office #DSN #sfriedsci10 Feb 10 15:01
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@SFriedScientist: Today is old school bluegrass day in @kzelnio @bomaiblat and my office #DSN #sfriedsci10 Feb 10 15:01
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@eclecticechoes: RT @kzelnio RT @ScienceChannel: RT @discovery: Discovery mourns the loss of DEADLIEST CATCH’s Captain Phil Harris: http://bit.ly/arPwOb #DSN10 Feb 10 14:20
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@kzelnio: RT @ScienceChannel: RT @discovery: Discovery mourns the loss of DEADLIEST CATCH’s Captain Phil Harris: http://bit.ly/arPwOb #DSN10 Feb 10 13:35
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@SFriedScientist: @shieldsy one of the best B movie of all time #DSN #giantoctopusFTW10 Feb 10 04:30
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@SFriedScientist: RT @kzelnio: Sea Trash – Should we bother cleaning up the Great Pacific Garbage Patch? | Slate http://www.slate.com//id/2243538 #DSN10 Feb 10 04:26
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@kzelnio: Sea Trash – Should we bother cleaning up the Great Pacific Garbage Patch? | Slate http://www.slate.com//id/2243538 #DSN10 Feb 10 04:25
2 comments on “Summary of tweets for February 10th, 2010
  1. The deep sea is dark. Some fishes throw out bacterial strains that are luminescent (glow brightly). Small fishes are attracted and approach the glowing microbes. The big fish eat up the small fishes: an example of feeding by the deep sea animals.

  2. It is facinating to know that these glowing and pure bacterial strains of the fishes do not allow other bacterial cultures to thrive. This is possible only because they produce toxins/antibiotics that kill other non glowing microorganisms. Ain’t it exciting!

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