7 thoughts on “We Love the Houston Zoo 8/30/18

  1. I’m glad the Houstin zoo has sloths for Robbie to see, feed and be with. I’m sure you guys have already seen this article that describes the microbes in sloth’s fur produce chemicals that can be pathogenic to bad parasites as well as to anomalous cells:
    https://www.popsci.com/article/science/e3gr6psZRWZp0QSM.99
    Tell Robbie I said hello and am praying for him. Also let him know that the guys at Navico are also praying.

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  2. I’m glad the Houston zoo has sloths for Robbie to see, feed and be with. I’m sure you guys have already seen this article that describes the microbes in sloth’s fur produce chemicals that can be pathogenic to bad parasites as well as to anomalous cells:
    https://www.popsci.com/article/science/e3gr6psZRWZp0QSM.99
    Tell Robbie I said hello and am praying for him. Also let him know that the guys at Navico are also praying.

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  3. Because engineers are always trying to fix things, and dont give up easily (example: Robbie is the strongest and bravest person I have ever met!!) in some research I ran across some interesting information that you and Jim may or may not have already seen. Please forgive me if you have already read this (I want to help in any way that I can being a very stubborn Engineer— just ask Robbie) Also I feel lead by God to share this info with you.

    https://peggysuesurvived.com/natural-cancer-cures/?gclid=EAIaIQobChMI__Cm4cKX3QIVBLXACh2d4ghTEAAYASAAEgLY0_D_BwE

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