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Katie, 22, chemistry student, sober, polyamorous, science and other interests

Apr 20

d0gbl0g:

devon-aoki:

vinebox:

Drivers these days.

i have had it. OFFICIALLY 

eaheahheahae 


gunsandposes:

"Look, man. I only need to know one thing: where they are."

gunsandposes:

"Look, man. I only need to know one thing: where they are."

(via scifi-women)



I have all of this school work and all I want to do is force myself to admire and touch the vessel I occupy in an attempt to feel as good as possible.


scienceyoucanlove:

The cervical spinal cordBy removing the rear arches of the neck (cervical) vertebra and the fibrous covering (dura) over the spinal cord one sees the cervical spinal cord and its nerves. The blood vessels nourishing the cord and vertebral column and the origin of the cord from the brain are clearly shown.Read more: http://bit.ly/1le0rnD
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scienceyoucanlove:

The cervical spinal cord

By removing the rear arches of the neck (cervical) vertebra and the fibrous covering (dura) over the spinal cord one sees the cervical spinal cord and its nerves. The blood vessels nourishing the cord and vertebral column and the origin of the cord from the brain are clearly shown.

Read more: http://bit.ly/1le0rnD

source 

(via wearemadeofstarstuff479)


scienceyoucanlove:

Leonid Ivanovich Rogozov (1934 – 2000) was a Soviet general practitioner who took part in the sixth Soviet Antarctic Expedition in 1960–1961. He was the only doctor stationed at the Novolazarevskaya Station and, while there, developed appendicitis, which meant he had to perform an appendectomy on himself, a famous case of self-surgery.The operation took 2 hours. He positioned himself so that he could see his own body using a mirror when doing the surgery - he made a 12 cm cut through which he found the appendix. After 5 days the doctor felt good, and after 7 days he removed the wires which had been used to sew up the body.Source: http://bit.ly/1hVZwQN
through DA

scienceyoucanlove:


Leonid Ivanovich Rogozov (1934 – 2000) was a Soviet general practitioner who took part in the sixth Soviet Antarctic Expedition in 1960–1961. 

He was the only doctor stationed at the Novolazarevskaya Station and, while there, developed appendicitis, which meant he had to perform an appendectomy on himself, a famous case of self-surgery.

The operation took 2 hours. He positioned himself so that he could see his own body using a mirror when doing the surgery - he made a 12 cm cut through which he found the appendix. After 5 days the doctor felt good, and after 7 days he removed the wires which had been used to sew up the body.

Source: http://bit.ly/1hVZwQN

through DA

(via wearemadeofstarstuff479)




Apr 19
part of being a pack is dog piles

part of being a pack is dog piles



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