CellCraft is a realistic cellular simulation that challenges players to learn about and manipulate a cell and its various components in order to survive.
GUYS THIS GAME IS ACTUALLY SO MUCH FUN YOU DON’T EVEN KNOW
YOU GET TO BUILD A CELL AND MAKE ITS ORGANELLES AND FIGHT OFF VIRUSES AND IT’S JUST A GREAT WAY TO STUDY AND HAVE FUN AT THE SAME TIME
Fourth grade creationist science quiz allegedly from a private school in South Carolina (To read the story, visit Friendly Atheist; For a related post, click here http://christiannightmares.tumblr.com/post/6778863862/christian-quiz-for-kids-draw-a-circle-around-the)
I’m all against eugenics, but I feel my firm stance waivering right now… Although technicaly the definition of “fossil” is okay, so it’s not ALL bad, just MOSTLY terrible.
I… can’t even.
Tsundere-shark is best shark
The officer I spoke to said the reason why Campus Security refused to let me see the camera footage and help identify MY BAG that was stolen, was probably because they wanted to protect the identity of the thief and prevent any kind of revenge or retaliation.
Sorry, but since when did criminals need protecting? Was this a thing?
See this picture? This comes from a town in Canada where a 24 pack of water bottles is 104 dollars and formula milk for a baby is priced at 55 dollars a pack. What’s more, a pack of diapers is 95 dollars and one head of lettuce is 26 dollars. Inuit people are starving in a country known for it’s generosity.
If you don’t believe this is true, you can find more images like this here. This is the only grocery store these people have in their small towns, and many people are going hungry & elderly are dying faster.
You’ll send aid to foreign children that are starving, so why won’t you pay a little extra to feed the people in your own country who work hard & still can’t afford the prices for healthy food for their families?
Please have a heart and reblog this photo to raise awareness that even in our own countries people are starving, join the movement and show the government that we won’t sit by and watch people starve.
If you think this will make your blog ugly you’re wrong. Children in a first world country are getting sick & starving, and nobody is even aware it’s happening. You can let people know by reblogging and showing you care. People I am close to, my friends and future in-laws are going through this.
Love how little attention this post gets from my beach blog followers.
Oh hey, look at that, mah home town! Actually, probably not, this seems like a smaller community than Iqaluit. Either way, yeah, this is totally a thing. a 4-litre carton of milk will run you about 25 bucks on a good day in the summer. In the winter when the shipping lanes close, you’re looking at 7-8 dollars PER CAN of pop, and let’s not get started on the fresh produce. “Fresh” as in shipped in ice, then left in a hangar for a week, then left in a warehouse for a few days after.
This is an ACTUAL First-world Problem, for all you meme-savvy folks out there.
Just looked at the link provided, and oh sh*tsticks, that’s NorthMart, so ACTUALLY my home-town! This is the same grocery store that charges 25c per plastic bag, because you know, environmentally friendly n’ all that.
But seriously though, don’t send money or food. Someone tried this last year, buying groceries for starving families n’ such, except the people who recieved said aid RESOLD them for money to buy cigarettes and illegal substances… We need infrastructure and sustainable development, not another hand-out. “Give a man a fish” and the rest of that
So, someone stole my backpack IN THE MIDDLE OF MY PHARMACOLOGY EXAM.
From all the evidence gathered, it was obviously a theft instead of “oops I took the wrong backpack”. This only got worse after I filed a report with campus security, as I was told that I, the only person who could identify my bag, am not allowed to view the security camera footage for “confidentiality reasons”. Even worse, I was not the only person to suffer, as someone else from my class also had his bag stolen, along with his entire undergraduate thesis and all the lab data (also his car keys, but that’s not that important, relatively speaking).
I feel like total crap right now, and feel like a significant part of my life is missing because, if you think about it, it totally is. I haven’t owned a desktop computer since 2008, and everything I have, drawings, 3D models, stories, secret letters that I’ve written but never sent, everything that’s important to me, are stored on that laptop hard-drive. All my drawings, ideas, inspirations, as well as birthday cards, gifts, Secret Santa drawings, and collab projects, all disappeared to god-knows-where within an hour and a half. Having all that taken away is… well… a feeling I’m having difficulties explaining right now, but if I had to, I’d say it feels like absolute shit.
So my laptop, tablet, all of my course notes, along with the Madoka and Homura key-rings that I used to decorate the zipper pulls (probably the saddest part), are all gone. The laptop, tablet, decorated with stickers from my friends and drawing buddies, my notes filled with doodles and jokes from my classmates, are all gone, and I don’t know how to handle myself. I have 5 days until my Intermediary Metabolism exam, an exam I no longer have the materials to prepare for, and I have no idea what to do with myself, which is why I’m sitting at the library computer, logged onto a 10-year-old guest computer, telling you guys about it… I haven’t eaten dinner and I don’t think I have the stomach for it right now. I don’t even want to go home, just to sit at my desk, staring at a blank wall where my laptop would have been, looking at a scanner, a hard-drive, and a pair of mini-speakers that would have been plugged in to something…
Anyways, no more updates here or anywhere else for God-knows-how long.
Yes the journal retracted the article.
Doctor Andrew Wakefield was found guilty of performing invasive procedure without consent, misconduct, falsification of experimental data, and general gross negligence during the preparation and publification of his paper regarding the positive link between autism and MMR vaccination in the Lancet. The paper was later retracted by the publisher.
popcorn on SEM :)
More renders of the mecha. Some slight differences between the shots at the bottom than the rest because then were the WIPs. Making the normal map for the internal mechanism and chassis is going to be a b*tch of a job.