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nick1048

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  1. "Sharks with friggin' laser beams on their heads" -Mr. Powers I have a hard time seeing the hammerhead and great white creating a hybrid, but what an idea. That'd be one crazy fish!
  2. I'd have to say that the Great Danes wouldn't stand a chance if it came down to a fight. I understand that the situation would have to be right for it to happen, but the physical ability of a cat is much greater in terms of movement and strength. In addition, the claws and teeth of the tiger are much more effective, not to mention that the tiger's overall weight is probably similar to and probably greater than both of the dane's combined. But of course, if the dane's could work together to put the cat in a compromised position where they could get ahold of the jugular of the tiger they might have a chance. There are many variables to take into account, but the tiger is much more of a "solid" animal overall. One bite or a strong blow from the tiger could take a great dane down, I'd imagine. My money is on the tiger! I'd have to say that the Great Danes wouldn't stand a chance if it came down to a fight. I understand that the situation would have to be right for it to happen, but the physical ability of a cat is much greater in terms of movement and strength. In addition, the claws and teeth of the tiger are much more effective, not to mention that the tiger's overall weight is probably similar to and probably greater than both of the dane's combined. But of course, if the dane's could work together to put the cat in a compromised position where they could get ahold of the jugular of the tiger they might have a chance. There are many variables to take into account, but the tiger is much more of a "solid" animal overall. One bite or a strong blow from the tiger could take a great dane down, I'd imagine. My money is on the tiger!
  3. I appreciate the advice. Thank you.
  4. Yes, that is a good idea. I've thought of that and hope to accomplish both at some point. I didn't know if one would be more beneficial to do first.
  5. I graduated with my BS in Biology about 5 years ago and have been working an Environmental Health position that's a nice blend of environmental science and engineering/planning. It has been a good resume builder, but I am now looking to advance my career and am looking at grad school. In terms of programs I don't know which would benefit me more. I am looking at a MS in Natural Resources and Env. Science or an MBA with a concentration in Sustainability and Environmental Compliance. I was thinking that the MBA could open some doors still keep me in the science realm of things. The MS would keep me much more based in science, but will take me a little longer and I'm going to have a harder time getting in. I was just looking for any advice, thoughts, opinions... Thanks
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