4-15-19 – From Episode 076, “Visit the Zoo Podcast”
Humans live in a near-constant cacophony of sound.
If you see something, say something.
Animals communicate with us through their body language and behavior, and chances are if you see an animal that looks like it is in distress your instincts are correct.
Mid-Michigan animal lovers gathered to bite into juicy cheeseburgers and help raise money to support local animals in need.
A brief analysis is undertaken of the statistics of lattice animals (connected clusters) of n cells, and the results are applied to the site percolation problem. Recent proposals by Stauffer (1975) and Leath (1976) are examined, and an alternative interpretation is offered of the relation between percolation critical exponents and cluster statistics.
The Compassionate Village has had one heck of a first year for a fledgling animal rescue.Read More