Something You Didn’t Know About Fall

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Fall foliage is peaking right now outside Boston, and the trees all around us are putting on a show.

Those trees are green in the Spring and Summer because of chlorophyll, a pigment they use to turn light into food. Chlorophyll is biologically expensive, so trees pull it from their leaves in the Autumn, break it down, and store it…

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Venture storyteller, wartime consiglieri, lyrical gangsta. Partner, G20 Ventures, thoughts here are my own. http://about.me/miketrap

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Venture storyteller, wartime consiglieri, lyrical gangsta. Partner, G20 Ventures, thoughts here are my own. http://about.me/miketrap

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