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    Interesting... All I did was right click, properties, select all, copy, link, and paste. Looks like the numbers came with the url. What do the numbers do... advertize geocities?

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    evidently, and geo is going to add them when you visit, even if they are already there... I dont know if it still works but there use to be a workaround, but geo gets hissy if they catch ya doing it

    cough cough... use flash cough cough LOL

    I should update that page at some point, but oh well... its still good enuff and i hate html
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    Yes, I've linked Butch's page many a time in reference to growing Sphagnum along with this page:

    http://www.botanik.univie.ac.at/~temsch/basics.html

    Sphagnum grows basically in one direction - upwards - since the tail end is usually dead.

    You just put it into a tub, keep it wet and give it light and it grows like, well...er... moss.
    Grand Hotel... always the same. People come, people go. Nothing ever happens.

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    and if that still isnt enuff for ya:

    http://geocities.com/butchtincher/re...nglishbook.pdf
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    sorry, i just wanted to know if it was a good idea to cover it up if its in the shade to keep it humid and having to water less.
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    sorry?

    DOH! if anything our bad for the information overload...

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    Very impressive research! I skimmed through it but wish I had time to study it. I was an Environmental Science major and that would have been a great course or internship.

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    If you want to cover it, by all means do so. Just remember you cooked it once by covering it. You might risk increased algae or fungus growth which could be fatal.
    Grand Hotel... always the same. People come, people go. Nothing ever happens.

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