Have lost a hand, the woman received one of the most advanced bionic implants in the world

Melissa Loomis (Loomis Melissa) living in Canton (Ohio, USA), lost an arm in 2015. She was bitten by a raccoon, and although the damage was not too strong, the infection in the wound caused severe infection. Focus of infection was situated in the forearm, which had to be amputated because it was the very life of the patient.
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[The sandbox] How life began: LEGO in the washing machine

Recently visited with children at Moscow’s interactive Museum of Living Systems (metro Savelovskaya). Among other things, caught my eye an interesting experiment on the topic “how life began” with Lego bricks. In the washing machine lay scattered Lego Duplo and after an hour or two removed. The output meet the design of two, three and sometimes even four parts.

The experiment was designed to show that the primary broth could be formed by chance complicated connections and life in General.
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“The thing I’m trembling or right?”

Original taken from sasha_bobrov in “the Thing I’m trembling or right?”

Clearly, Raskolnikov and Dostoevsky, was a “loathsome creature”, because they blindly believed in God and in goodness. But the Ministry of health of the United States is definitely “right” and removes the moratorium on crossbreeding humans with animals.

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It’s a shame that…

Original taken from ani_al in It’s a shame that…

Form of the Chaldeans Olympians from our team in Rio..


Look, maybe I do not understand modern tendencies: well, there is the pajama trend (although, to walk very much), for example, but what so humiliate the already humiliated the doping scandal?
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The wretched life.

– Gone! – shouted the man, slamming the door.


The woman did not even have time to go into the corridor, yesterday they got in a huge fight. Domestics, her husband came home a little tipsy, though no celebrations are on the horizon and there was no trace. She uttered him a portion of “compliments” and now, when he left for work, she was somehow uncomfortable with the fact that yesterday she snapped. She ran into the room to the window and saw him coming to the old Car, opens it and turns around, facing the window. The wife opens the window:
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