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Posted by: Mike Posted on: 08. May 2015 at 22:13
Geckos are more promiscuous than axolotls.  Amphibians are rather more shy and modest creatures by and large.  Had they sent salamanders or newts, the experiment would have been a complete waste of time.
Posted by: Silver Posted on: 25. Jul 2014 at 14:28
If there ever was evidence that Blaylock has influenced the course of Science, this is it!

"Satellite Full of Sexually Experimental Geckos Adrift in Space, Russia Loses Control of Mission":
http://www.independent.co.uk/news/science/russia-loses-control-of-satellite-f...

Of course, one would've thought it would've been full of axolotls instead of geckos, but still...