The kids were so excited when I cracked one of these glow sticks and immediately cracked everything within the next few seconds. They got bored as fast as they got excited as well.
Luckily I can hold their attention for as long as possible to take as much pictures as possible. Following that is getting them to become the jury and decide which photos are good. These are their picks. Thanks to the four little monsters.
I just watched this right after dinner. Disturbing but cool.
This video is a bit graphic, but it’s also pretty amazing.
Most of us “think that the brain is sort of the consistency of a rubber ball,” says neurobiologist Suzanne Stensaas of the University of Utah. That’s because the only experience we have is with fixed brains soaked in formaldehyde.
When alive and firing, the brain is actually really soft and compressible, like a sack of goo. “It’s much softer than most of the meat you see in a market,” Stensaas says.
In this video, the neurobiologist explores the anatomy of 1,400 gram brain just freshly removed from an autopsy. The video gave me a whole new understanding and appreciation for how remarkable — and vulnerable — this amazing organ is.
Wear your helmets!
Video from University of Utah Brain Institute/Youtube.com
Get your head around that.
A new hope has risen. The first successful propagation and the only survivor of its kind. Grow well and prosper!!
I have started to believe that dinosaurs didn’t go extinct, they turn into birds. Look at those feet.
Here is how a crowned pigeon couple make a nest.
Let’s call this the trip in which your friend called you at 5.30pm and asked you to get ready in 15 minutes and drove you to the nearest beach which was an hour drive from town and it was awesome.