I was under the impression that camel spiders are not actually spiders and not poisonous?
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Ok, sweet and sour chicken Balls?? Please explain? LOL!
There are many types of environmental consultants. In geology, my field, there are at least two types - those involved in water management,and those that do waste site and isolation studies for hazardous materials. I myself have done both. Aquifer studies for keeping water sources clean and evaluation of the regional geology of the nuclear waste site at Oak Ridge National Labs that my partner did the seismic studies on.
There are other types as well - meteorological, mine tailings control, physics of water turnover in lakes, evaluation of soil stability for buildings and houses - on and on.
Google "environmental consultant" you will people who do a lot of things. The thing they hav in common is that their studies are based on one core science and they usually stick with just that area of expertise. That is, unless it is a big company.
Like pick pockets, stale veggies from the neighbors garden, lie, cheat at every thing and other devious thing that you can think of?
How did you know that I did that. My next door neighbour is a self sufficiency nut. She always has a glut of things. She has lots of chickens, ducks, potatoes and greenhouses.
I never take mouldy veg. though, only the freshest for me.
Ammo - is that Latin for "I shoot"?
I thought it was I love you.I'll join you in a bottle. I've finished in the loo. Was going for the two year record but got bored.
I hope you washed your hands.
Of course I did. What do you think I learnt at finishing school.
Are there any beavers in Ireland? 
I'm a big fan of Irish beavers...
I refuse to mention Andrea Corr 
Argentite. Right - lol - did the naming of that have anything to do with Argentina by any chance?
Thanks Frethack I'll definitely chase up that book recommendation.
may I ??
What is *this* (from my collection)
100 points to the one that can name the rock and place where I've found it (or rather haggled it from some native kids).
And a box of choccies to the one that names me the fishies (been dying to know for years!)