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Re: Is something brewing?

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Bob Bancroft

03-09-2013 07:04:43
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We've all heard things like this forever. I always have a problem with this, in that we have to be saying that the animals physiology somehow makes its body able to predict small, future weather/climate events? I would think it's more likely that animals involuntary action(like shedding) would be based on the past, not the future. As in how cold it's been, day length, and the overall trend of heat/light/seasonal cycles. Maybe the problem is, if creatures can really predict the future, we're not smart enough to read them! Our cat sure is shedding.

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Adirondack case guy

03-09-2013 07:23:52
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 Re: Is something brewing? in reply to Bob Bancroft, 03-09-2013 07:04:43  
Bob'
Time changes tonight, so tomarrow their hair will all fall out. HeHe. Perhaps Jay's horses know that the market for horsehair brushes is down and they are hedging their supply. Sure is a pretty day out there. 40F already. enough of this chatter, I'm heading out.
Loren



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Bob Bancroft

03-09-2013 07:36:46
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 Re: Is something brewing? in reply to Adirondack case guy, 03-09-2013 07:23:52  
Just stay away from that coffee pot. You're wired up enough already!



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Larry NEIL

03-09-2013 07:31:48
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 Re: Is something brewing? in reply to Adirondack case guy, 03-09-2013 07:23:52  
Mine aren't shedding much either, but We never seem to get much of a weather break until after Easter



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