My desire to hold significant and interesting conversations by teaching and learning new concepts and ideas has led me to want to become a history teacher. However, I am a film enthusiast and love to throw around ideas with other people to form something new about my favorite films. I live and grew up in Bellingham, Washington State, in the United States. The Pacific Northwest truly spoils; its' beauty is only darkened by my extensive time here, and I look forward to see the rest of the world before likely retiring here. There is no place quite like it.

Ammonite Shell Collection 1. Lytocerotina a grand order of Cretaceous ammonitea Lytocerotina are usually circular and have vibrate shells in which the grooved element has a multitude of vein like sub growths. 2. Cretaceous 3. C Lytocerotina 4.  Cretaceous ammonitea There are 171 species of Cretaceous ammonitea, I could only find one reference online for Lytocerotina which was […]

Ammonoidea Information from Wikipedia: Ammonoids are an extinct group of marine mollusc animals in the subclass Ammonoidea of the class Cephalopoda. These molluscs are more closely related to living coleoids (i.e., octopuses, squid, and cuttlefish) than they are to shelled nautiloids such as the living Nautilus species. The earliest ammonites appear during the Devonian, and […]

Victorian Plants Bishop Notbaad Fowra Hoomen Bishop of the subclass Notbaad in the enclave Fowra Hoomen grows up to 7 foot tall. The fruit can be remarkably heavy harbours a scent reminiscent of the Dane mist from the southern hemisphere. Bishop: Not Bad for A  Human Dane mist, lol 2. Victorian Plant3. Bishop     Notbaad  […]

Dead Leaves 1. Taphonomy Taphos – meaning tomb, The inevitable rise and fall of the flesh. Decomposition begins at the moment of Death, caused by two factors  autolysis, the breaking down of tissues by the body’s own internal chemicals and enzymes, and putrefaction, the breakdown of tissues by bacteria. These processes release gases that are the chief source of unmistakably […]

Various Leaves Hymenogastraceae[¹] Subterranean Alter growthFig.B Ectomycorrhizas[2]Fig.A Amanita phalloidesFig.C SuillusFig.D Leecinum Emmagracienio Sub-species Ultra-genus Fig. E Basidiomycota Fig.F Ascomycota Fig.G Zygomycota Fig.H Mycorrihizas Fig. J Saprotrophic Hymenogastraceae Subterranean Alter growth Fig.H Amanita phalloides Fig.C Suillus During infancy the organism will not survive the presence of Eunicium, it is sensitive to heat and exhibits minor mobility Fig. B Ectomycorrhizas Emmagracienio Subspecies Ultra-genus Fig. G Zygomycota Fig. J Saprotrophic Fig. H Mycorrihizas Fig.E Basidiomycota […]

Pi Pi Shells 1. Ancylocerapina The Ancylocerapina were a coretra suborder of ammonitea, evidently related to the sub-order Lypouatina Fig Y Half Shell Fig X Open Sleeve Fig Z Innards Cavity 2. Fig Y Half Shell 3. Fig X Open Sleeve 4. Fig Z Innards Cavity Information from Wikipedia: Paphies australis or pipi (from the […]