Black spider with bright green markings?
Identifying spiders by their color can often be impossible. Flower crab spiders can match your description, as well as some garden orb weavers, one common jump spider has teal green chelicerae (mouth parts) ALL of these would be harmless, and anything with hair or spines is also harmless. http://bugguide.net/node/view/6749/bgima... http://bugguide.net/node/view/1972/bgima... http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1560DOYU_...
Which are the most bright colors?
Yellow coz it's the most attractive colour and denotes happiness
I'm seriously afraid to sleep alone at night? Please help!! VERY long story but please please help me!!!?
You are obviously an intelligent person by the way you write. Hopefully this is just a 'stage' you're going through and will pass eventually. (I think it will) Until then, if your mom doesn't mind sleeping with you, then I don't see a problem. The thing is, there will be a time when she won't be able to sleep with you. Hopefully, that won't happen until you're ready. Good Luck to you!!
What are some slang terms used among police officers?
The most derogatory terms for the bad guys and citizens who are just pains in the rectum:A.H. = Adam Henry (A-dam H-enry) If you don’t get it…..sometimes you will hear it as “Jack Hole”…..now what starts with an “A” that ends with HOLE ?RICHARD CRANIUM= What starts with a “D” and is a nickname for Richard ? What is the non-medical layman’s term for the Cranium ? Do these clues HEAD you in the right direction ?
so i like websites that can teach me interesting junk. how-to sites, common knowledge i may have missed, not so common knowledge, peculiar news... alot of sites i run into are really stupid and start listing lame trivia facts and stuff that just isnt all that interesting. i dont want to here about stuff that isnt useful. im looking for things that make me think--that i can apply. those of u who also spend too much time surfing the web and being frustrated with all the useless junk taking up space prob kinda get wat i mean. my interests are actually really wide, so im just looking for lots of suggestions here. tell me ur fav finds that i may not know of. thanks much!!!
What is it like to see nebula through a telescope?
As others have already posted, if your expecting what you see in professional astrophotos, you're bound to be disappointed.That being said, there is a lot to be gained by using a backyard telescope in terms of connecting to the cosmos.I'll never forget the wonder of seeing Jupiter's moons shift position over the course of an evening. For some reason it was just more "real" than seeing all the glorious colors in a photo.The sense of accomplishment one gains from learning the sky and locating one of the "faint fuzzies" (messier objects etc.) or a visiting comet is fantastic.I would recommend that before investing any money that you invest in a few issues of Sky and Telescope magazine and at least one or two books on amateur astronomy equipment.Many first timers suffer from buyers remorse. A little research goes a long way, it's easy to spend a LOT of money and not really get what's best for you.In astro gear you generally get what you pay for, but what you pay for may not do what you need.Another tip, buy from a reputable dealer, not department store, the dealer is generally much more knowledgeable and can assist in you decision making process. Also, don't rule out used gear from a specialist. properly cared for optics can last a lifetime and sell for far less than new.Recommended ReadsThe Backyard Astronomer's Guide by Terence Dickinson and Alan DyerNightWatch: A Practical Guide to Viewing the Universe by Terence Dickinson, Adolf Schaller and Timothy FerrisAstronomy Hacks: Tips and Tools for Observing the Night Sky by Robert Bruce Thompson and Barbara Fritchman Thompson