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Old 01-01-2011, 05:53 PM   #51
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chad...you are wrong on mostly everything you said thus far.
1-reefs actually do have very strong currents, because they are in shallow water.

2-fish are not domesticated. they are pulled from the ocean and immediately put in our closed systems. 99% of the fish we keep are completely "wild".

3- we're not talking about a closed tube. we're talking about a tube that has 4 holes in it. you might want to look at the first page again. there are photos there. besides, i never stated anything other than the fact that you can't compare fish to humans. i never stated for or against the idea of a pump in this pipe thing.

4- i didn't say anything about the intelligence of a fish, but apparently, according to you, any creature that recognizes where food comes from is smart. well, that includes just about every creature on the planet.

5- do you think fish that live in a creek only swim downstream? where do they start from then? how did they get to the beginning of the stream?
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Great idea rebel! I think its a cool idea, its about experimenting and this is pro. I have built rooms in my tank where they like to rest and even spawn! this could spark something very interesting in your tank!. Maybe put a room i your tank also!?
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I believe this thread has run it's course.

I'll offer all of you that joined in this non-productive conversation in this thread - It is okay to have your own opinions and to share them, but the manner in which you do is important. This is a family-friendly site and this conversation borders on what would be considered not allowed here.
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I agree with Neilan however having received a few PMs concerning this thread and the behavior of some members I think the thread is done. It is now closed.
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