Richard Leickly

Unido: 28.may.2019 Última actividad: 26.ene.2022 iNaturalist

30+ year resident of the Idylwood neighborhood of Redmond, WA 98052. I am an Associate Faculty member at Edmonds Community College in Lynnwood, WA, where I teach digital forensics and advanced data recovery in the Computer Information (CIS) department. In a prior life, I earned an MS in Biology from Cleveland State University (OH), where I grew Chlorella vulgaris (a green alga) in flasks. I also have an MS in Biological Oceanography from the University of Washington (Seattle), where I studied the feeding biology of the marine copepod, Pseudocalanus sp. I am a member of the American Chestnut Foundation (ACF). I have stood next to a single living, mature American Chestnut (Castanea dentata) and next to many dead dinosaurs. I am particularly fond of trees, butterflies, whales, dinosaurs, and good dogs. I am a generally curious fellow about all things scientific. I read philosophy occasionally and now have doubts about the thing-in-itself and lately have become convinced that Schopenhauer and Nietzche may had some good arguments.

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