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February 14, 2012

Humanity rocks!First of all, THANK YOU to everyone who visits the blog regularly. My motivation to keep sharing the benefits of science & conservation would not be possible without you. And special thanks to photographer Erika Hildegard Johnson‘s eye for providing beautiful pictures on the blog (as seen below).

letUbeU will continue to provide you with educational and motivational posts about your future. However over the next few weeks, blogging will freeze as I pursue an opportunity.  In the meantime, below are some personal favorite blog posts for you to read. Remember:

Be yourself or be no one. letUbeU!

happy science

The Perfect Cup of Coffee – Intelligentsia teaches us how they use science to provide Chicagoans with a wonderful cup o joe

Oh Deer, Chicago has a problem – learn about the overpopulation of deer in Chicago and how they are wreaking havoc on the ecosystem –>

Managing Happiness – this is my protocol for managing the ups & downs of life

Erika Johnson PhotoGoing With The Flow: Jellies at Shedd Aquarium – there is a reason jellies have been around for 500 million years, and we should learn from their lifestyle

Cool Science at Adler Planetarium – learn why being a scientist is cool, especially an astronomer

Occupy The Field Museum – everything you need to know about The Field Museum of Natural History’s newest permanent exhibit–The Abbott Hall of Conservation Restoring Earth

I Miss Steve Irwin – a must see interview from 2004 on Conan O’Brien

And one of my favorite science & nature videos via Randall:

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