Group Commander James Asks Questions
When we play golf, Group Commander James often comes up with great questions that the chief researchers must answer. We give his contemplations great consideration and search high and low (mostly low) for the great truths.
We go to the ends of the Internet to find the answers and present them in a small, concise, and easy to understand manner fitting the great questionner!
When the great truths do not exist, we do become a bit creative in the answers. We add a little of this and a little of that and smoth it over like a well experienced politician. (He will never know!)
So, here they are:
- Why Is Music Universally Loved By People?
- What Is An Oodle?
- Why Do Some Rabbits Have White Butts?
What do ducks eat and where are their nests?
Why to bees land on the white golf balls?
- What other names are Coot known by?
- Who is "Way Out Willie?"
- Why don't we ever see the baby hawks?
- What Is Rye and Branch Water?
- Where did the word 'tad' come from?
- What Happened To The John Birch Society?
- If The Best Mozzarella Is From Buffalos, How Come Italy Has The Best Mozzarella?
- Where Did Broccoli Come From?
- Can We Eat The Peppers From The Old Ranch Pepper Trees?
The Group Commander Himself!
James and his herd of highly sophisticated trained ducks!
More Simple Research Projects Answered Right Here
Question: - How do web spinning spiders initially span large gaps that seem impossible to cross, ie, between two tall trees?
Loose a fine strand into the breeze until it attaches. Many webs are between objects, such as across water, or between large tall spaces, that spiders cannot cross by walking. To overcome this, spiders send a fine thread into a slight breeze which is blowing in the right direction until it catches on the far side. Then they slowly and carefully walk across this single thread, spinning a second thread as they go - and build on from there.