What’s that Smell?

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Today the ER editorial Board poked some fun in Hits and Misses at the proposed forensic body farm, and Bidwell Ranch by suggesting I add a “stink-o-meter” to my www.bidwellranchcam.com website if the body farm were to be put on the land.

Not wanting to be labeled a NIMBY, I’m only too happy to oblige. Here’s the concept view above.

Actually this could work, as scientists have created a smell microchip that I could build into the webcam system.

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2 thoughts on “What’s that Smell?

  1. Anthony,

    What the E-R failed to mention was the existance of mutated giant fairy shrimp and giant asian wooly hackberry aphids in Bidwell Ranch. Both creatures have been well documented by your Bidwell Ranch Cam.

    http://www.norcalblogs.com/commission/archives/2006/07/giant_fairy_shr.html

    http://www.norcalblogs.com/commission/archives/2007/01/asian_wooly_hac.html

    The no trespassing signs are there to protect us. Just take those signs down and there will be corpses galore.

    You’ve all been warned!

    Lon

  2. Yeah your’e right. A cattle rancher has free range cattle on the land, and some have been disappearing or horribly disfugured by the “jumbo shrimp” that inhabit the pools there.

    When the cows go to the vernal pools to drink…WHAM!

    People used to think that the cow disfigurments around the country was due to UFO’s and aliens, but we know better now.

    Word has it that the Red Lobster company is planning an expedition there to explore a new “surf and turf” product.

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