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Best time to have surgery: Morning (4x less likely to have complications in the morning than between 3-4PM)
Best time to get a human being on the phone when calling a company’s customer service line: As early as possible (lowest call volume)
Best day of the week to eat dinner out: Tuesday (freshest food, no crowds)
Best day to fly: Saturday (fewer flights means fewer delays, shorter lines, less stress)
Best time to fly: Noon (varies but pilots say airport rush hours coincide with workday rush hours)
Best time to exercise: 6-8PM (body temp highest, peak time for strength and flexibility)
Best time to have sex: 10PM-1AM (skin sensitivity is highest in late evening)
All are from Mark Di Vincenzo’s Buy Ketchup in May and Fly at Noon: A Guide to the Best Time to Buy This, Do That and Go There.”
On a related note,
Here is the answer to whether marriage kills sex drive.
Here‘s the answer to whether grandmom had premarital sex.
Here‘s why you don’t need to worry about a terrorist incident next time you fly.
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Yes, that IS a fluorescent rabbit. See my comment at the end of the article. Link below.
Trends in development of reporter genes
A new study demonstrates the feasibility of using a lentiviral approaches to create transgenic rabbits with more efficiency than classical pronuclear injection transgenesis developed in rabbits two decades ago.
green veggies + little bit of rabbit pellets 2 x per day.
They’re litterbox trained (if spayed/neutered)
They have no animal odor, they’re 99% non-allergic, have no dander
and clean themselves scrupulously.
They poop and pee on hay that makes great organic garden fertilizer.