This is pretty phenomenal…
To modify the HIV virus.. and engineer it to recognize and destroy cancer cells… o_O holy fuck… like.. that is beyond amazing!
That’s like… If you took Madara and you reprogrammed him to fight evil and protect the leaf village!
This is really awesome, like it will be easier to do electronic circuits but I still enjoy doing it on a circuit board and experimenting on it until you get it right. This is good in notebook though. =)))
This is really clever!
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Even if this story is just a myth, I think it’s important to remember that for every soldier that dies overseas, there’s someone counting on them to come home — even if it is just a dog, a cat, or a small hamster.
I haven’t seen Legend of Korra since it aired back in September
My god what has school done to me?
Engineering school will be the end of me
You know its’ gonna be good when New Politics is the soundtrack to the trailer
When I realize one of my calculations in the beginning of the problem is wrong…
.. and I have to do the whole four-page problem over again. All parts b through g.
Looking for part-time jobs…
Why the fuck do I need a certificate to serve coffee? -___-
WHAT TEACHERS MAKE by Taylor Mali
three snaps in a Z formation
Reblogging as my sister is a Teacher and if i had to choose a secondary career path I would probably be a teacher as well!
I was a substitute teacher for awhile, best damn sub the kids ever had! haha
Missed out on buying a $30 leather couch on Craigslist because it wouldn’t fit through my door T-T
The sadness that comes with missing out on a great deal…
But something else happened on Owen’s visit to South Africa: While he was there, Van As received a call from a woman seeking help for her 5-year-old son, Liam Dippenaar, who was born without fingers on his right hand. The cause was a rare congenital condition called amniotic band syndrome. In ABS, fibrous bands can wrap around a hand or a foot in utero and cut off circulation.Van As says he and Owen looked at each other and were of one mind: ” ‘Yeah, easy, no problem.’ “Within days, they developed a crude, mechanical hand for Liam, with five aluminum fingers that opened and closed with the up and down movement of Liam’s wrist. Owen still remembers the 5-year-old’s reaction when they rigged up the device for the first time.“He bent his wrist and made the fingers curl,” Owen says. “You could see the light bulbs go off and he looked up and said, ‘It copies me.’ It was really an incredible moment.”