I always see that the business is increasing when I’ve been there.
Not that because I’m so good, [but] because I’m a Western guy.
Tree-ring analysis requires observation and pattern recognition.
Each year a tree’s growth ring has two parts; one is wide and light colored, and the other is narrow and dark. This grows during the wet spring and early summer when the tree has a lot of sap, and the cambium cells giving rise to the trunk growth are large and thin walled.
As the summer winds down and the transition to the cooler autumn occurs, the tree’s growth rate slows.
This results in the cambium cells becoming smaller and thicker-walled.
But no matter how AR ends up altering people's love lives, surely no one expected the shift to be heralded by a rogue Charizard.
Wait for them to come to you.” The advice came from my dear friend Jennifer, who has a stepfamily... Could they tell I was a complete hot mess with no direction in life? So for the hell of it, I decided to think outside the box. While I don’t have a racial preference in dating, plenty of the white men — who make up a large portion of the gay dating pool in Los Angeles — do.
These days we’re supposed to be more “connected” than ever, but it’s actually harder than ever to truly connect.
Online dates, blind dates, and the latest in ridiculous dating apps all make it hard to see people for who they really are.
By winter, when the sap finally stops flowing, a smooth dark ring marks the end of the tree’s annual growth.
By counting the dark ring segments, scientists can tell a tree’s age if the cross section of the trunk is complete. Based at the University of Arizona in Tucson, Douglass wanted to know how sun spot activity affected climate, and his research soon led him to pioneering tree-ring analysis.