Ylvis, educating people about the female reproductive system.
these guys will be the death of me.[x]
i died at the pH value
I just learnt more about the vagina in like 10 seconds than I have ever learnt in my entire life
Debating whether or not I should share this with my anatomy and physiology professor.
son *puts a hand on your shoulder* son sometimes *puts another hand on your shoulder* Son sometimes things are *puts another hand on your shoulder* son you just gotta *puts another hand on your shoulder* son
I’m pretty sure the author didn’t expect anyone to get that far in the book.
October 22, 2013 - November 20, 2013
Opening reception / Tuesday October 22, 2013 / 7pm
Galerie L.J. is pleased to present Turning, the third exhibition in Paris by American artist Brendan Monroe. The exhibition showcases a series of new paintings on paper and wood sculptures.
In continuation of the evolution of his work over the past three years towards a more contemplative world with refined landscapes, almost abstract, Monroe continues to develop the rotational movement in his paintings. Indeed, it is all about movement in his work, which is slow but also active as a reflection of what is happening around us, where things are always a perpetual rotary motion. Brendan Monroe illustrates the maxim, “Nothing is lost, everything is transformed.”
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A nearby alien planet six times the size of the Earth is covered with a water-rich atmosphere that includes a strange “plasma form” of water, scientists say.
Image: An artist’s rendition of Gliese 1214 b traveling in front of its star, shown in blue light. Credit: NAO
Astronomers have determined that the atmosphere of super-Earth Gliese 1214 b is likely water-rich. However, this exoplanet is no Earth twin. The high temperature and density of the planet give it an atmosphere that differs dramatically from Earth.
"As the temperature and pressure are so high, water is not in a usual form (vapor, liquid, or solid), but in an ionic or plasma form at the bottom the atmosphere — namely the interior — of Gliese 1214 b," principle investigator Norio Narita of the National Astronomical Observatory of Japan told SPACE.com by email.
Variations on a Triangle. Fairydean Stadium in Galashiels. Architect, Peter Womersley. Engineers, Ove Arup. 1963-65.
The growth of mining sector and the consequences for the earth.
Illustration for the newspaper Setmanari La Directa.