“The following studies and projects represent some of the most fascinating examples of “bioprinting,” or using a computer-controlled machine to assemble biological matter using organic inks and super-tough thermoplastics. They range from reconstructing major sections of skull to printing scaffolding upon which stem cells can grow into new bones.”
oh my god
As a person from California, this is 100% accurate
As a person from Michigan, this is 100% accurate
That man is on fire and all you ass holes can talk about is Michigan and California.
hilarious depiction of 4 old ladies beating the crap out of a guy who runs a red light and hits their car.
I had an idea today to make a parody twitter account for Hodor that only said “Hodor.” I quickly discovered that my NEW idea was to RT as many other Parody Hodor accounts as I could, perhaps saving my and the internet’s time from another silly and frivolous parody account.
Yet…. there’s still hope…
A new study says the EPA has underestimated America’s methane emissions by millions of tons. The main factor that was completely overlooked? Tony da Costa.
The U.S. is threatening to pull all of its troops from Afghanistan if President Hamid Karzai doesn’t sign a new security agreement. So you can blame Hamid Karzai for making Obama break his campaign promise because he made Hamid Karzai make him break his campaign promise.
On Monday in San Francisco, President Obama said it’s “long past time to fix our broken immigration system.” “I agree,” said anyone who remembers his 2008 campaign.
Archeologists in Nepal have discovered the oldest Buddhist shrine in existence. Muslims congratulated both the archeologists on their discovery and the shrine for hiding from them for so long.
Prime Minister David Cameron hopes to extend his ban on Internet porn to sites with “extremist” materials “to keep our country safe.” A measure that might give birth to a startling new hybrid: the porn extremist.
The Texas Board of Education is once again debating the presence of evolution in biology textbooks. Especially since it doesn’t seem to be present in the Texas Board of Education.
The FDA is putting a stop to in-home DNA testing kits from company 23andMe. Fortunately they’ll never be able to stop in-home DNA making kits, aka, penises.