Christopher000 wrote: Well, I suppose that didn't sound all that cool, but it's neat to watch the defensive mechanisms that God built in to each creature. Most creatures and bugs, etc., don't even need to be taught, it's just natural born instinct.
Sounds good to me, bro.
James 4:7 KJV (7)¬† Submit yourselves therefore to God. Resist the devil, and he will flee from you.
"Most creatures and bugs, etc., don't even need to be taught, it's just natural born instinct." Yew cross-eyed, knock-kneed, buzzard-breath, wobble-headed son of a biscuit-stealin' billygoat, natcheral-born instink is when yew an' yore kinfolk pore Karo sirp on codfish and burp out loud whilst yer a-settin' at thet upside-down cardboard box you'uns call a supper table. Ain't got no more manners than a hoss in a hoop skirt.
I made a mistake...when a shark makes its move, the turtle will tilt it's body so that the top of it's shell is facing the shark and can't clamp onto the softer underbody., and keeps doing that, over and over.
Well, I suppose that didn't sound all that cool, but it's neat to watch the defensive mechanisms that God built in to each creature. Most creatures and bugs, etc., don't even need to be taught, it's just natural born instinct.
Ever see a sea turtle in defensive mode while trying to evade the jaws of a shark? One of the coolest things I've seen, and turtles are real patient. They know that they obviously can't outswim them to safety, so they'll float motionless in the water, or swim very slowly while never taking their eyes off the shark as it circles, and then when the shark makes its move, over and over, the turtle will quickly maneuver so that's it's side is facing the shark, and for some reason, the shark swims on to reposition itself, but the turtle keeps making the same moves until the shark gets bored, I guess.
Due to recent scientific discoveries, the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (TMNT) have been invited to a Ted Talk that will be hosted by Bill Nye.
"Aww man, is there going to be any pizza there?" Asked Michelangelo, "Quit your complaining and start packing" said Donatello, "I've got to get my laptop to decode the Krang's algorithm, I'll have to take it with us."
Leonardo interrupted and said, "Donnie, what does this Bill Nye fellow has to do with the Krang? Is he a scientist that can help you decode the Krang's algorithm? Does he have vital information?"
"Not really, he pretended to be a scientist on a TV show, but he invited us to go, and perhaps he can help us."
"Donnie" said Raphael, "This Nye guy seems like a loser, I'm not going to this guy, plus why do you think a Ninja would want to be known in public? Do you want the Shredder to kill you?"
At publishing time, the TMNT fought the Krang in an epic battle to try to save New York City.