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What if i take too much viagra Ever since I moved back to the sanctuary, what if i take too much viagra I’ve been fascinated by insects. What if i take too much viagra Don’t get me wrong: I’ve always appreciated them. What if i take too much viagra But something about moving to a place where the insects are unfamiliar to me (and visit regularly) has heightened my awareness of the many charms of Arthropoda.

What if i take too much viagra Far from the light pollution of the city, what if i take too much viagra nights are dark up on Slate Mountain, what if i take too much viagra as we call the part of the sanctuary also known as “up the hill.”  Often, what if i take too much viagra the light over the writing desk in the Airstream is the only artificial illumination in sight. What if i take too much viagra Moths and other night-flyers flock to the brightness. What if i take too much viagra Delicate creatures in infinite shades of green wander among the words whenever I read a book by lamplight. What if i take too much viagra Giant-sized jet-black jumpers drop in and then out again, what if i take too much viagra as if on the way to or from some intergalactic disco.

What if i take too much viagra I haven’t been in a hurry to learn the names that people have for these creatures, what if i take too much viagra not wanting to undermine the awe-inspiring mystery. What if i take too much viagra Nonetheless, what if i take too much viagra I did feel compelled to figure out why these caterpillars were making me itch.

Hickory Tussock Moth Caterpillar (photo: Brookhaven National Laboratory)

What if i take too much viagra Turns out that the hairs of these caterpillars, what if i take too much viagra which feed on the beech trees under which I write, what if i take too much viagra dropping onto my neck regularly, what if i take too much viagra can cause allergic reactions—for me, what if i take too much viagra just a brief, what if i take too much viagra mild itchy-prickly sensation. What if i take too much viagra Why? Because these insects absorb toxic chemicals from the plants that they eat, what if i take too much viagra and then secrete those chemicals through their hairs as a deterrent to those who would eat them.

What if i take too much viagra All of which brings me to the original subject of this post: the heretofore unsuspected solar capabilities of western boxelder bugs. What if i take too much viagra Evidently, what if i take too much viagra these bugs use sunshine to synthesize chemicals that protect them from fungi. What if i take too much viagra This hit the headlines (or, what if i take too much viagra at least, what if i take too much viagra the geek headlines) last weekend, what if i take too much viagra due to the publication of a new study, what if i take too much viagra the methodology of which (deep sigh) appears to have involved removing these “highly gregarious” insects to a laboratory, what if i take too much viagra rather than studying them unobtrusively in situ. What if i take too much viagra These beseiged bugs, what if i take too much viagra whom so many people seek to exterminate, what if i take too much viagra turn out to do something no other animal is known to be able to do. What if i take too much viagra This is not to say they are more worthy of respect for that reason (and certainly not to say that we ought to be interfering with them in order to discover the secrets of their success in this).

Boxelder Bug (photo: Wikimedia Commons)

What if i take too much viagra Boxelder bugs are, what if i take too much viagra however, what if i take too much viagra excellent exemplars of the solar-energized biological creativity that we call life. What if i take too much viagra My point is simply that, what if i take too much viagra so often, what if i take too much viagra we know not what we do as we try to force nature to fit our fantasies, what if i take too much viagra such as the notion that boxelder bushes are good and boxelder bugs are bad. What if i take too much viagra Our awe is as insufficient as our pride is excessive.

What if i take too much viagra I remember one day in my garden in Ypsilanti, what if i take too much viagra where I took care to let the so-called “weeds” flourish anywhere they wouldn’t menace  the vegetables. What if i take too much viagra I was walking around in my steel-toed boots, what if i take too much viagra making some decision or another, what if i take too much viagra when I suddenly became aware of myself as I must have seemed to any insects or other small animals in the vicinity: a clueless behemoth trampling everything. What if i take too much viagra I often return to the instructive sensation of that moment.

What if i take too much viagra Yes, what if i take too much viagra I know that squirrels and some birds also plant the seeds of their favored plants. What if i take too much viagra And, what if i take too much viagra yes, what if i take too much viagra I know that other, what if i take too much viagra larger, what if i take too much viagra animals sometimes inadvertently trample smaller beings. What if i take too much viagra I’m not saying it was wrong for me to plant squash or walk around. What if i take too much viagra I am saying that—just as the smiles or frowns of other people can encourage us to keep on recycling or turn down the radio—the reactions of other animals could, what if i take too much viagra if we heeded them, what if i take too much viagra offer useful guidance.

What if i take too much viagra So it seems—I didn’t know that’s where I was going; that’s the joy of blogging—I am arguing, what if i take too much viagra yet again, what if i take too much viagra for a wider conception of community. What if i take too much viagra And I notice that, what if i take too much viagra yesterday, what if i take too much viagra I was talking about seeing animals while today I am talking about being seen by them.

Hens sunbathing at the sanctuary shortly after escaping an egg factory

What if i take too much viagra But back to the train of thought that prompted me to start writing this post. What if i take too much viagra I hesitate to mention this, what if i take too much viagra not want to give the mad scientists any ideas for experiments, what if i take too much viagra but I wonder if birds who sunbathe for similar purposes also release chemicals energized by the sun. What if i take too much viagra Chickens sunbathe to synthesize vitamin D and also to solarize harmful microbes. What if i take too much viagra It can be quite a shock to see them at it, what if i take too much viagra because they sprawl in contorted positions in order to expose the undersides of their wings and places where the sun doesn’t usually shine.

What if i take too much viagra I use the term “mad scientist” advisedly. What if i take too much viagra I read New Scientist magazine regularly, what if i take too much viagra and I notice that its editors seem persistently confused about the beliefs of those of us who critique genetic engineering or wonder whether space exploration is a legitimate priority. What if i take too much viagra I consider it useful to separate mad scientists from the legions of scientists who, what if i take too much viagra like me, what if i take too much viagra value the methodical collection of evidence to support or refute hypotheses and theories. What if i take too much viagra In my view, what if i take too much viagra the defining features of mad scientists are (a) hubris, what if i take too much viagra and (b) over-reliance on the intellectual and practical tactic of isolation. What if i take too much viagra What I mean by the latter is this: It’s certainly possible to sometimes learn something useful by studying or thinking about a variable in isolation, what if i take too much viagra but the presumption that such abstracted experimentation is the sine qua non of science leads to to a stunting of the capacity to think relationally or even see the inherent limitations of methodologies that break into ecologies, what if i take too much viagra often producing skewed results due to the very act of isolation.

What if i take too much viagra Mad scientists release genetically engineered organisms, what if i take too much viagra presuming—due to hubris—that they can do a better job than nature and that there couldn’t possibly be any negative consequences that they, what if i take too much viagra with their superior minds, what if i take too much viagra can’t foresee. What if i take too much viagra Precisely beecause of their over-reliance on isolation, what if i take too much viagra they are unlikely to foresee effects such as the deaths of monarch butterflies exposed to the pollen of GM corn. What if i take too much viagra And, what if i take too much viagra of course, what if i take too much viagra hubris leads mad scientists to presume the right to experiment on nonhuman animals while the cognitive habit of isolation leads them to not see the inherent invalidity of results derived from experiments on organisms removed from the social and biological systems in which they normally participate.

What if i take too much viagra There are non-invasive ways to learn about and from other animals. What if i take too much viagra Anything that can’t be learned that way—like all of the things we could learn if we subjected non-consenting humans to medical experimentation—must remain mysteries. What if i take too much viagra We can’t know everything. What if i take too much viagra And that’s OK. What if i take too much viagra Indeed, what if i take too much viagra it might be a significant step forward for our species if we were to develop more modesty about the limits of our knowledge, what if i take too much viagra thereby exercising more caution before doing things like dumping iron in the ocean in hopes of capturing carbon and therefore mitigating climate change. What if i take too much viagra Deliberately altering the chemistry of an ocean? No, what if i take too much viagra nothing could possibly go wrong with that plan!

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  • Catherine Podojil

    Hi, pattrice,

    A bit off topic, but not really: My education in vivisection, like, I suspect, many in our movement, focused on primates, dogs and cats, and of course rats and mice. I have been astonished to find in what in other areas is a most liberal magazine – Harpers – an end page called “Findings,” which lists a variety of facts deduced from the capture, containment, experimentation upon and otherwise invasive study of everything from mites to starfish, from worms to crickets. Dear god, is there no population in the natural world that is safe from human invasion? Apparently not. Thanks for the bug lesson. Who was it who said that God must have loved beetles because he(sic) made so many of them.

  • It was biologist J. S. B. Haldane who allegedly said that if a supreme being was responsible for the creation of the world, then he must have had “an inordinate fondness for beetles.” I’ve always believed that Haldane must have had insects in mind when he said that “the universe is not only queerer than we suppose, it is queerer than we can suppose.”

  • Greta Gaard

    Coincidence, perhaps, but just this weekend I was talking with another eco-friend who was reading “The Voice of the Infinite in the Small: Re-Visioning the Insect-Human Connection” by Joanne Lauck. The book came out in 1998 and parts of it (I only skimmed it) seem a bit, uh, “woo-woo” while other parts are more grounded. Your very grounded posting here pays attention to what can be observed, and speculates about what can be possible, inviting us to do the same. It opens our world of connections.