My Name is Sean Paxton and I Am a Biophiliac

My Name is Sean Paxton and I Am a Biophiliac

Human preferences toward things in nature, while refined through experience and culture, are hypothetically the product of biological evolution. Upon further research into my symptoms, not including WebMD, I confidently self-diagnosed my condition. If you're reading this, you've probably got it, too.

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Costly Turf Wars and Rough Sex in the Wild

Costly Turf Wars and Rough Sex in the Wild

Invasive species cost the United States more than $120 billion in damages every year. The fact is some animals simply have no business being here so it is imperative campaigns continue to eradicate or at least control those species' advance while avoiding further intrusion from others in the future.

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Very Able Troopers (Vat 69)

Very Able Troopers (Vat 69)

As far as taste, it was pretty damn special. No sense wasting time on fancy depictions about how my palate danced to the earthy tones, since I'm no aficionado. In more comfortable layman's terms, it's really good in a different kind of way, but I might add, it does have a welcome bite.

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Seeking Investors for Unique Opportunity

Seeking Investors for Unique Opportunity

Considering existing market studies and proof-of-concept prototype, the procedure itself and related revenue models exhibit potential for enormous upside scalability to other business, as well as government and private sectors. This opportunity will not last!

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