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April 23, 2013


Stunning 3D Sperm Images Reveal New Motion

(Thanks to Bill Hudgins)


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That motion can be seen at almost any fraternity party.

A cork-screwing motion? (Dang, I almost misspelled that.)

I think this would be very popular at the IMAX in Fort Laudedale

Somewhere this weekend I saw a video of eels spawning in a ball..could have been an animation but disgusting...so I did not "click" on the video...

Reminded me of some conventions I've attended...

Everybody to the left
Uh huh
Everybody to the right
Uh huh
Just squiggle on back
Uh ---- Hey #40447! I said squiggle BACK! Criminy. OK, everyone, back to the top....

Men produce a lot of sperm and they just roam around looking for the ova, but do they even bother to ask for directions? NOOOOO.

Mikey, they're all SURE the egg is just up the next canal.

Mikey, The sperm carrying the X chromosomes keep telling the ones with the Y chromosomes that they must be lost. One group won't ask for directions, the other can't follow directions, hence the mass confusion.

I'd like to see Michael Phelps try that.

"...85 percent of the chiral ribbons observed in horse sperm exhibit left-handed rotations."

Only in the northern hemisphere, of course.

You can dance, you can jive, having the time of your life....

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