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Growing up in two houses next to a creek in Swarthmore made a difference. It's a wonder there are any crawfish left on earth after my extensive experiments, and I got quite a lesson about gravity falling out of a sycamore tree. Discovering nature meant finding a snake right next to where I was hiding! -- it was a garden snake so harmless and probably more scared than I was.

Just a couple of years ago I read an article that said that jumping during childhood makes bones stronger as we age so all that running and jumping pays off in yet another way .

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