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The Humble Trilobites

If you think it is impressive that primates have managed to survive on Earth for 50 million years, then you will find it phenomenal that trilobites managed to survive for a staggering period of 270 million years. 517 more words

Biology

"Cheap vitamins are made from GMO glucose syrup fed to bacteria"

“”Bacteria will be fed glucose syrup…” With nearly 90 percent of the corn grown in our nation being genetically modified, the thought of using glucose syrup — which is usually made with this same GM corn — in something that is supposed to boost our health is completely absurd… 69 more words

News

Am I a "Self" or an"Organism"?

Self or Organism. Which word would you use to refer to yourself and other individuals?

Self  has a long history of helping us call attention to ourselves. 732 more words

Surviving And Thriving

ideas of super wonder boy

O theses came from the brain of a retard  minded sex with a door handle wonder boy : sex with dumpster cats.  rub against a door handle with yo dick, girls having sex with wolves, eating human females, streaking at University of canyon -Texas, having sex with a good looking sheep, playing pocket pool, man sex with president of Russia, cuming in a frogs mouth, driving in that white car naked, exposing yo dick to a giant snapping turtle, put baby oil on another mans dick, bend over billy- the wild goose goes there.

Austin,Texas

Somnul

Atunci când erai mic, părinții sau bunicii te rugau să dormi la prânz o oră-două. Iar tu deveneai tot mai mărunt și nu știai cum să faci sau ce să le spui pentru a-i convinge că tu, de fapt, nu vrei să dormi, ci să te joci, pentru că ai foarte multă energie. 213 more words

Trezitul De Dimineata

Economics, Government and Bruce Lee

Some people may think this strange but when I think about big issues like economics and government, one philosophy I think we should take comes from an unlikely source, Bruce Lee’s Philosophy on Martial arts.   515 more words

Ideas

SURF ’N’ TURF // Silas Parry

6th April 2017 – 23rd April 2017

Living and working in Edinburgh, Silas Parry explores sculptural form and materials in a context of environmental destruction. Through this, he discusses the other organisms that share our world; he is interested in how we relate to other forms of life, as we contribute to ecological change. 201 more words

Exhibitions