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Re: It Ain't In Any Book

Postby GONEHUNTIN' » Sun Mar 04, 2018 3:24 pm

Long way Jere, 150 miles or so.
I just hate seeing birds die of natural causes unless I'm that natural cause.
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Re: It Ain't In Any Book

Postby PL_Guy » Tue Mar 06, 2018 12:23 am

GONEHUNTIN' wrote:Long way Jere, 150 miles or so.


Too bad. But I suspect you'll find someplace where the shoreline runs E - W sometime. Perhaps before you "fix" this thing. The dog's swimming direction choice would be interesting - at least to me.

We do know dog's can sense magnetic direction though, eh?

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Re: It Ain't In Any Book

Postby GONEHUNTIN' » Tue Mar 06, 2018 8:02 am

PL_Guy wrote:
GONEHUNTIN' wrote:Long way Jere, 150 miles or so.


Too bad. But I suspect you'll find someplace where the shoreline runs E - W sometime. Perhaps before you "fix" this thing. The dog's swimming direction choice would be interesting - at least to me.

We do know dog's can sense magnetic direction though, eh?

Jere


It's interesting to me Jere. As I have said, not a problem, just interesting. Another poster mentioned the NS thing but if that was an influence, wouldn't you expect the dog to swim N and not S?
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Re: It Ain't In Any Book

Postby PL_Guy » Fri Mar 09, 2018 10:26 pm

I think we hit this subject a few months ago. Google 'dog magnetic field' - there are several articles in "popular" media. At least one in "serious" media.

I don't think dogs' preference (as to reality or cause/mechanism) for N-S alignment is "settled science" yet.
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