Saturday, August 5, 2017

Five Things I Learned... (from our Glow-in-the-Dark Party)


1. The Angler Fish uses her glow to attract a mate. 

What he doesn't realize?

Her glow actually POISONS the water,
and once he latches on,
he will remain there the duration of his life...

as a parasite!


2. Light dispels darkness
and illuminates the path so that we can see and not stumble. 
So we should shine bright in a dark world!

Notice the photos below?
3. It appears that the darker the environment,
the less light is actually needed to make an impact.

Same shirt...different lighting!

4. The ingredient in tonic water
that makes it glow (quinine) is the SAME THING
that also gives it it's bitter taste

Translation...
your glow may be slightly distasteful to some people

5. Let your light shine!
You don't have to say a lot to inspire...
simply be who you are and let your light shine

but BEWARE

Fireflies use their light (flash patterns) to communicate
but SOME species use "aggressive mimicry" to

attract
lure
devour

another species
(with the intent to annihilate them)

*Bonus Lesson
Not every "flashy thing" is good for you!

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