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fireandshellamari:

edens-blog:

ricotomate:

A bunch of drunk college kids tried to play “Alice in Wonderland”

I cry of laughter everytime I watch this. 

this is my spirit video

Man it’s nearly 6am, this video was hilarious to me.

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pbstv:

Meet Lucy, a 3.2 million-year-old ancestor of ours. Though she looks like an ape, her knees were close together, just like a human’s! That positioned her feet directly under her body and made walking easier. 
See the final installment of Your Inner Fish tomorrow night (4/23) on PBS at 10/9c.


will someone put a Beyoncé song to this?

pbstv:

Meet Lucy, a 3.2 million-year-old ancestor of ours. Though she looks like an ape, her knees were close together, just like a human’s! That positioned her feet directly under her body and made walking easier. 

See the final installment of Your Inner Fish tomorrow night (4/23) on PBS at 10/9c.

will someone put a Beyoncé song to this?

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once a week

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zordon

zordon

biomedicalephemera:

Two-Faced Chick and Two-Headed Calf

Two-faced (diprospus) and two-headed (dicephalic) animals may look similar, but they’re different on the most fundamental of levels. Two-headed animals are simply conjoined twins that stopped separating very early in the process. They generally have two fully-formed cephalic regions, though sometimes one head is much less responsive than the other.

Two-faced animals, on the other hand, have a mutation in the Sonic Hedgehog (yes, it looks like a hedgehog and was named after Sonic) homologue gene. This gene regulates the symmetry and width of the head and facial features, and when the gene is mutated in a way that causes too much of the correlating proteins to be produced, diprospus animals are formed. As this gene is also responsible for brain and upper neural tube development, it’s uncommon for diprospus creatures or humans to live very long after birth.

When the SHH gene doesn’t create enough of its proteins, cyclopia (one-eyed, one-nosed) occurs.

Watch Emily and Anna dissect a two-faced calf on The Brain Scoop!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i_diEm6st6o

yuck

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ruinedchildhood:

Best 5 seconds ever

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notesonsculpture:

portland public access on 4/20

notesonsculpture:

portland public access on 4/20

jasonclarke:

Skateboarding Hamburger that I made with Jeremyville.
He illustrated, I animated.
Jeremyville.com
Instagram: @Jeremyville

jasonclarke:

Skateboarding Hamburger that I made with Jeremyville.

He illustrated, I animated.

Jeremyville.com

Instagram: @Jeremyville

afurytotranquilize:

sweetpeche:

reblog for easter

Looks like the devil won this one folks

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