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Bad, Work, and Best: snowysauropteryx Can you lick the science? An abbreviated list. Genetics: Do not. Unless cheek swabs? Archaeology: Perhaps. But might be human bone. Geology: Sometimes needed, sometimes dangerous Psychology: Best not. Physics: ????????? How?????? Zoology: In zoology, science licks you seananmcguire Anthropology: Maybe ask first Herpetology: bad plan bad plan BAD PLAN whisperwhisk Sociology: Yes, if you have time and dedication and a willingness to piss a lot of people off. Botany: You might hallucinate or die, OR it might be delicious Computer Science: the tingle of electricity on your tongue is how you know it's working Epidemiology: FOR THE SAKE OF THE WORLD PLEASE DO NOT carpebutts Linguistics: Despite the name, please probably don't spooky-son-of-rome Engineering: Maybe, but it'll probably taste like spreadsheets small-home-repair-vikings Software engineering: nothing else has made the code work so you might as well try it swordwall Neuroscience: that is someone's brain. no. do not tinysquidrachel Marine biology: you can try, but you'll probably just get a mouthful of seawater thesketcherlass Astronomy: look, if your dedication to lick Uranus is what it takes get humankind to another planet, then so be it Source: snowysauropteryx 280,607 notes Can you lick the science? A comprehensive guide on which scientific careers one is able to taste what they study

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Bad, Work, and Best: snowysauropteryx Can you lick the science? An abbreviated list. Genetics: Do not. Unless cheek swabs? Archaeology: Perhaps. But might be human bone. Geology: Sometimes needed, sometimes dangerous Psychology: Best not. Physics: ????????? How?????? Zoology: In zoology, science licks you seananmcguire Anthropology: Maybe ask first Herpetology: bad plan bad plan BAD PLAN whisperwhisk Sociology: Yes, if you have time and dedication and a willingness to piss a lot of people off. Botany: You might hallucinate or die, OR it might be delicious Computer Science: the tingle of electricity on your tongue is how you know it's working Epidemiology: FOR THE SAKE OF THE WORLD PLEASE DO NOT carpebutts Linguistics: Despite the name, please probably don't spooky-son-of-rome Engineering: Maybe, but it'll probably taste like spreadsheets small-home-repair-vikings Software engineering: nothing else has made the code work so you might as well try it swordwall Neuroscience: that is someone's brain. no. do not tinysquidrachel Marine biology: you can try, but you'll probably just get a mouthful of seawater thesketcherlass Astronomy: look, if your dedication to lick Uranus is what it takes get humankind to another planet, then so be it Source: snowysauropteryx 280,607 notes Can you lick the science? A comprehensive guide on which scientific careers one is able to taste what they study

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America, Paradise, and Tumblr: POT MARIGOLD CLEMATIS FORSYTHIA SWEET SCABIOU ENGLISH DAISY FORGET-ME-NOT POLYANTHUS PHLOX LILY OF THE VALLE BLACK-EYED SUSAN EUROPE CHRYSANTHEMUM CHINA ASTER BLEEDING HEART CANADA ANEMONE CLARKIAM,.ty. NORTH AMERICA MEDITERRANEAN TURKEY FLAME AZALEA JAPANESE WISTERIA CHINA HYACINTH IRAN GRAPE H ABELIA TIGERFL SWEFT STAR-C MEXICO ORIENTAL POPPY KURUME AZALEA POKER PLANT BIRD-OF-PARADISE FLOWER EAST INDIAN LOTUS SCARLET SAGE SOUTHEAS ASI GERBERA NASTURTIUM HIBISCUS CASTOR-CIL PLANT FREESIA BOTTLE BRUSH ROYAL POINCIANA The World of Flowers AUSTRALIA PELARGONIUM MBLAZONED WITH BEAUTY, this floral map SOUTH AMERICA FLOWER shows the origins of 117 of man's favorite AFRICAN VIOLET flowers. As people began to move from one part of the world to another, they carried plants with them. Explorers, conquerors, and adventurers returned teo their homelands with flowers from far off places. Colonists carried seeds and bulbs to the New World Some have done so well in their adopted regions that their beginnings are seldom remembered. Holland's CYPRESS tulip is a native of Turkey; the "French" marigold arrived in Europe with the return of the conquista- dors from Mexico. To trace these blossoms to their source, GEOCRAPHIC artist Ned Seider consulted Dr. Mildred E. Mathias, Professor of Botany at the University of California at Los Angeles. SWAN RIVER DAISY CROWN OF THORN BLUE LACEFLOWER VICTORIA wATERLİLY nachtlichter: mapsontheweb: The World of Flowers, 1968. This map was published in 1968 by National Geographic. It shows a representative sample of native flowers across the World. @ipgirl2 🌷🌹🌻

nachtlichter: mapsontheweb: The World of Flowers, 1968. This map was published in 1968 by National Geographic. It shows a representative sa...

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Memes, Harvard University, and Harvard: D-6)-D DARK SIDE DIMENSION Tongkat Penghilang ingatan di Mesir HUMANDoD Ada sebuah tongkat yang dapat menghilangkan ingatan di Mesir. Tongkat ini digunakan untuk menghilangkan ingatan orang yang akan di jadikan mumi. Sebuah alat penghilang ingatan digunakan pada saat pembalseman mumi Mesir kuno. Hal ini dibuktikan oleh beberapa peneliti ketika sedang meneliti sebuah mumi perempuan yang diperkirakan berumur 40 tahun pada waktu 2400 tahun yang lalu. Kejadian penemuan alat penghilang ingatan ini adalah yang kedua kalinya. Sebelumnya para peneliti Mumi juga menemukan alat yang serupa, tertanam di dalam tubuh sebuah mumi. Para peneliti terkejut ketika menemukan sebuah benda menyerupai kayu sepanjang 8cm yang terdapat di bagian tengkorak kepala mumi wanita ini. Menurut para ahli botani, alat ini terbuat dari tumbuhan Monocotyledon, kelompok kayu tumbuhan pohon kelapa dan bambu. “Hampir dipastikan ini merupakan sebuah alat excerebration (penghapusan memori) yang digunakan dalam proseses mumifikasi.” Ujar Dr Mislav Cavka pemimpin penelitian dari University Hospital Dubrava di Zagreb Kroasia. Dr. Cavka menduga cara kerja alat ini ialah dengan memasukkannya ke dalam tubuh mumi lalu dimasukkan cairan dan kembali dikeluarkan dari hidung mumi tersebut, sehingga beberapa bagian otak akan melilit di tongkat ini. Namun naas untuk yang satu ini, alat tersebut tersangkut di bagian tengkorak kepala mumi tersebut. Para peneliti membandingkan penemuan mereka dengan tulisan kuno tentang alat penghapusan otak yang dibuat oleh penulis Yunani Herodotus pada abad kelima SM yang telah diterjemahkan oleh AD Godley dari Cambridge, Harvard University Press, 1920, melalui Perseus Digital Library. Di museum Mesir, mungkin masih ada bukti lain soal alat penghilang memori ingatan ini, tetapi alat ini tidak ditemukan di dalam tengkorak kepala seperti mumi wanita ini. Mumi, saat ini tersimpan di Museum Arkeologi di Zagreb Kroasia. Para ahli juga mengatakan, jika tongkat ini juga bisa menghapus kenangan. Sumber: http:-palingseru.com

HUMANDoD Ada sebuah tongkat yang dapat menghilangkan ingatan di Mesir. Tongkat ini digunakan untuk menghilangkan ingatan orang yang akan di ...

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Black History Month, Children, and College: <p>Black history month Day 7: American botanist and inventor George Washington Carver.</p> <p>George Washington Carver was born a slave sometime in the 1860s, his exact date of birth is unknown. His master was Moses Carver, a German immigrant who had purchased George’s parents for $700. When George was only a week old, he, a sister, and his mother were kidnapped by night raiders from Arkansas to be sold in Kentucky. Moses Carver hired someone to retrieve them but he was only able to save baby George and his older brother James, who had been saved from the kidnapping.</p> <p>After slavery was abolished, Moses and his wife basically adopted George and his brother James and raised them as their own, encouraging George’s intellectual pursuits and teaching him to read and write. Since black children were not allowed to be educated in the local school, George traveled to the school for black children 10 miles south and rented a room in that area to continue his education. He was determined to learn all he could in order to give back to people.</p> <p>George was originally accepted at Highland College in Kansas, but was turned away once they discovered his race. Undeterred, George homesteaded some land where he started a small conservatory of plants, manually plowed over 16 acres of land, and worked as a ranch hand and other odd jobs. Eventually he received a $300 loan for his education, and begin studying art and piano at Simpson College. When his teacher noticed how skilled he was at painting plants, she urged him to pursue botany and he was accepted to Iowa State Agricultural College as their first black student. Eventually he took it one step further and became Iowa State’s first black faculty member after earning his masters.</p> <p>Carver focused his efforts on developing alternative crops to cotton, hoping to better the lives and livelihood of poor farmers. He taught people how to grow things like sweet potatoes and peanuts, and came up with many different uses for this produce. He also taught naturally sustainable ways for rejuvenating nutrient depleted soil and getting the most out of your crops. He received numerous honors for his work in environmentalism, including the Spingarn Medal of the NAACP. His success in scientific fields gained praise across racial barriers, with TIME Magazine once calling him “the black Leonardo”. Carver was even publicly admired by President Theodore Roosevelt.</p>

Black history month Day 7: American botanist and inventor George Washington Carver. George Washington Carver was born a slave sometime in t...

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Memes, Square, and 🤖: BOTANISQUARE yeyyy... yuk dateng ke Bogor Motion di botani square, acara masih berjalan sampai malem loh... komikinajah

yeyyy... yuk dateng ke Bogor Motion di botani square, acara masih berjalan sampai malem loh... komikinajah

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College, Money, and Target: QunzFactz Trivia George Washington Carver (1864-1943) was an African-American scientist and inventor who developed hundreds of products from peanuts. QuizFoctz UIZHacTZ.tunblr.com Photo Credit: Tuskegee University Archives/Museum <p><a class="tumblr_blog" href="http://quizfactz.tumblr.com/post/98991856535/more-about-george-washington-carver-carver-was" target="_blank">quizfactz</a>:</p> <blockquote> <p><figure class="tmblr-full" data-orig-height="500" data-orig-width="399" data-orig-src="https://78.media.tumblr.com/c2e4db4b05c5a8f47fffa166de45f1ad/tumblr_inline_nc5s140DX91slbnfy.png"><img alt="image" src="https://78.media.tumblr.com/c2e4db4b05c5a8f47fffa166de45f1ad/tumblr_inline_p8wo0l5q6L1r5b9dv_540.png" data-orig-height="500" data-orig-width="399" data-orig-src="https://78.media.tumblr.com/c2e4db4b05c5a8f47fffa166de45f1ad/tumblr_inline_nc5s140DX91slbnfy.png"/></figure></p> <p>More about George Washington Carver:</p> <ul><li><span>Carver was born into slavery</span></li> <li><span>Carver attempted to enroll at Highland College in Kansas but was rejected because of his skin colour</span></li> <li><span>Carver saved money and enrolled at Simpson College in Iowa where he excelled in academic subjects and impressed many.</span></li> <li><span>Carver was a talented artist.</span></li> <li><span>Etta Budd was the name of his art teacher. She encouraged Carver to study Botany at Iowa State Agricultural College in Ames.</span></li> <li>Carver was the first black student at that institution.</li> <li>Carver impressed his professors and encouraged him to remain as a graduate student.</li> <li>Carver obtained his Master of Agriculture degree in 1896.</li> <li><span>Carver believed that he could use his training as an agricultural chemist to help improve the lives of poor Southern farmers.</span></li> <li>The products Carver derived from peanuts range from cosmetics to dyes. </li> <li>Carver also developed products from other plant products.</li> </ul><p><strong>George Washington Carver:</strong> artist, chemist, botanist, educator, and inventor.</p> <p>(<a href="http://www.acs.org/content/acs/en/education/whatischemistry/landmarks/carver.html" target="_blank">American Chemical Society Page about George Washington Carver</a>)</p> </blockquote>

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