Acknowledgements and References

Special thanks to the following individuals:

  • Dennis Kunkel - for letting me use his high quality images for educational purposes.

  • Jordan, Taylor, Ryan, Zach, Bennett, Katlyn, and Adam for helping me make the music video and song.

  • Dr. Volk and Dr. Sandland - for helping me with numerous aspects pertaining to this site.

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