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Stu relieves himself

Stu Cranstence, out in the field, doing the work, observing, making findings.  His trained eye picks out discoveries that everyone else has overlooked. Even while relieving himself, he takes the time to teach us about amphibious plants. Stu is willing to put in the time and make the observations, to find the surface findings within the perimeter. In this episode he lectures on the process of  how gravity makes the surfaces of rocks hard and mocks the idea of going beyond the perimeter to look for findings .

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  1. Kate
    June 19th, 2009 at 07:04 | #1

    What I love most about Stu is that he never wastes a single moment. Even at a time most of us would consider personal and private, Stu makes an effort to observe and teach.

  2. June 16th, 2009 at 09:38 | #2

    Stu is indeed ahead of his time! He has an entirely new perspective on gravity itself. One day the Scientists will realize his genius – hopefully before Stu is dead and gone in a good riddance sort of way. We love you Stu!

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