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♥ 207 — 1 hour ago on 31 Jul 2014 — via areweevenalive
ruinsofthevatican:

Found this at my school today

ruinsofthevatican:

Found this at my school today

♥ 5157 — 2 hours ago on 31 Jul 2014 — via ruinsofthevatican

shampoo:

how do i achieve immortality and perfect eyebrows

♥ 126443 — 2 hours ago on 31 Jul 2014 — via sixpenceee (source)
❝ We look for medicine to be an orderly field of knowledge and procedure. But it is not. It is an imperfect science, an enterprise of constantly changing knowledge, uncertain information, fallible individuals, and at the same time lives on the line. There is science in what we do, yes, but also habit, intuition, and sometimes plain old guessing. The gap between what we know and what we aim for persists. And this gap complicates everything we do. ❞
♥ 419 — 15 hours ago on 31 Jul 2014 — via medicalschool

trigonometry-is-my-bitch:

A Wooden simulation of a water droplet as it impacts a body of water.

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♥ 2870 — 15 hours ago on 31 Jul 2014 — via trigonometry-is-my-bitch
futuristech-info:

Researchers discover cancer could be diagnosed via simple ‘universal’ blood test

futuristech-info:

Researchers discover cancer could be diagnosed via simple ‘universal’ blood test

♥ 472 — 1 day ago on 29 Jul 2014 — via futuristech-info
sixpenceee:

Infrared sound is a sound that we can’t hear but our ears can detect. Between 7Hz and 19Hz it can install the sense of being watched, dread, fear and panic. At 19Hz the sounds can vibrate with your eyeball, messing with your visions and causing you to think you can see figures in your peripheral vision.
Old houses and buildings have thick walls and messed up pipes which can emit infrared sounds. This is how haunted houses can come to be. 
The problem is not everyone is sensitive to this type of sound. Do you want to figure out if you are sensitive to this “ghostly noise”?
Well you can, because when tigers roar they emit infrared sound. Go on this website and scroll to the paragraph on roars and click on the speaker icon. 
http://www.acoustics.org/press/145th/Walsh2.htm
If you feel scared then you’re probably sensitive to it. 

sixpenceee:

Infrared sound is a sound that we can’t hear but our ears can detect. Between 7Hz and 19Hz it can install the sense of being watched, dread, fear and panic. At 19Hz the sounds can vibrate with your eyeball, messing with your visions and causing you to think you can see figures in your peripheral vision.

Old houses and buildings have thick walls and messed up pipes which can emit infrared sounds. This is how haunted houses can come to be. 

The problem is not everyone is sensitive to this type of sound. Do you want to figure out if you are sensitive to this “ghostly noise”?

Well you can, because when tigers roar they emit infrared sound. Go on this website and scroll to the paragraph on roars and click on the speaker icon. 

http://www.acoustics.org/press/145th/Walsh2.htm

If you feel scared then you’re probably sensitive to it. 

♥ 4278 — 2 days ago on 29 Jul 2014 — via sixpenceee

griseus:

Using infrared lighting, a live-streaming, high-definition “turtle webcam" positioned on a beach in the Florida Keys recorded the hatch of about 100 baby loggerhead sea turtles on Friday, July 25, just before 9 p.m.
The 3-inch-long babies erupted from a hole, came out en masse and headed to the Atlantic Ocean under dim moonlight.

The camera uses infrared lighting so hatchlings won’t be confused by artificial light and will go to sea — guided by moonlight reflecting on the water — instead of pushing further onto land.

♥ 335 — 2 days ago on 29 Jul 2014 — via griseus