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5:27pm September 1, 2014

Fangirl Challenge - [5/10] films - Pacific Rim (2013)

3:16pm September 1, 2014

cornucopia-of-orifices:

Yeah, it got a little weird Saturday, too.

1:05pm September 1, 2014
sofapizza:

your sheep looks concerned

sofapizza:

your sheep looks concerned

10:54am September 1, 2014
imoquest:

hot yoga

imoquest:

hot yoga

8:38am September 1, 2014
carlsc:

Jensen is having a tank-top wearing selfie-fest on twitter this weekend. He’s practically naked! Jensen arm porn.

carlsc:

Jensen is having a tank-top wearing selfie-fest on twitter this weekend. He’s practically naked! Jensen arm porn.

7:41am September 1, 2014

Every day after work:

kasienkanikki:

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6:43am September 1, 2014

Good evening. Welcome to the six o’clock news. I’m your anchor…

5:45am September 1, 2014
brains-and-bodies:

From BPoD



"Blood and Gold"



"One of the biggest hopes for nanotechnology is the design of molecules to support living processes. Pictured here, tiny gold ‘nanorods’ cover the surface of red blood cells – a snapshot of biotechnology in action, fixed in time with a blue chemical agent. Each gold nanorod holds tiny ‘pockets’, called aptamers, filled with a blood thinning chemical called thrombin. Firing a laser at these harmless specks of gold causes them to melt just enough to release the thrombin, preventing blood from clotting. The process can be reversed by triggering the release of a different chemical which counteracts the thrombin, allowing the blood to clot naturally. Intravenous injections of chemicals like heparin are currently used all over the world to prevent dangerous blood clots after operations. In the future, nanotechnology could be used instead, with the advantage of controllable clotting at the flick of a laser switch.”Written by John AnkersImage by Helena de PuigMassachusetts Institute of Technology, USAOriginally published under a Creative Commons Licence (BY 4.0)Research published in PLOS One, July 2014http://dx.doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0068511Originally published on http://www.bpod.mrc.ac.uk/archive/2014/8/29

brains-and-bodies:

From BPoD

"Blood and Gold"

"One of the biggest hopes for nanotechnology is the design of molecules to support living processes. Pictured here, tiny gold ‘nanorods’ cover the surface of red blood cells – a snapshot of biotechnology in action, fixed in time with a blue chemical agent. Each gold nanorod holds tiny ‘pockets’, called aptamers, filled with a blood thinning chemical called thrombin. Firing a laser at these harmless specks of gold causes them to melt just enough to release the thrombin, preventing blood from clotting. The process can be reversed by triggering the release of a different chemical which counteracts the thrombin, allowing the blood to clot naturally. Intravenous injections of chemicals like heparin are currently used all over the world to prevent dangerous blood clots after operations. In the future, nanotechnology could be used instead, with the advantage of controllable clotting at the flick of a laser switch.”

Written by John Ankers

Image by Helena de Puig
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA
Originally published under a Creative Commons Licence (BY 4.0)
Research published in PLOS One, July 2014
http://dx.doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0068511

Originally published on http://www.bpod.mrc.ac.uk/archive/2014/8/29
4:48am September 1, 2014
blah-blahs:

Our Husky Stark seemed a little overheated after his walk this morning, so we decided to tried something out. We regret it now because it is next to impossible to get him to come out

blah-blahs:

Our Husky Stark seemed a little overheated after his walk this morning, so we decided to tried something out. We regret it now because it is next to impossible to get him to come out

3:50am September 1, 2014

listentothesong:

smallwind :

2014 painel 8/24 SPN Vancon-J2

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