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Yabba Dabba Dont: THIS ALL FEELS FAMILIAR DOESN'T IT, FRED? WE PARTICIPATED IN A GENOCIDE, BARNEY. This looks like a fucking parody post, or an edgy edit, but it's 100% official real Flintstones. Clarification: I don't hate this book, I love it, it's amazing. It's just that taking a step back and looking it out of context is still really funny. Especially the line "We participated in a genocide, Barney." ok but imagine them in their cartoon forms saying this dialogue i'nm can we have some context to this, perhaps? Bedrock is having a mayoral election. One of the candidates is a violent war mongering asshole that riles people up against the lizard people. This reminds Fred and Barney of their time in the army Back then the father of said violent candidate was rilin the "tree people". Fred, Barney, and other soldiers fought what they believed to be a defensive measure against the tree people. Turns out, it was actualy an invasion, in order to kill off the tree people and take over their forest to build Bedrock g people up against That's what Fred means when he says he and Barney participated in a genocide. They literally did (Extra fun fact, Barney adopted a tree person baby after the war, and his son Bamm-Bamm is the last tree person.) connerd-cynique just fucking read it http://readcomiconline.to/Comic/The-Flintstones WAS ALL A LIE the-prolefeed I refuse to believe this rift in reality that is the Flintstones reboot comic is allowed to exist. I will not touch, for I fear temporal displacement. "What have I yabba dabba done?" Yabba Dabba Dont
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sciencefriday: For Women’s History Month, let’s write women back into science history. Female scientists have contributed to some of science’s biggest breakthroughs, from unraveling the structure of DNA, to discovering fission, to mapping the ocean floor. So why don’t we know their names? In this archival episode of Science Friday, we’re celebrating science’s unsung heroines. We’ll hear about Maria Sibylla Merian, the 17th century “mother of entomology,” whose watercolors documented insect metamorphosis. We’ll also learn about Marie Tharp, whose maps of the ocean floor paved the way for continental drift theory. Plus, meet the women programmers of the ENIAC, the first all-electronic, multipurpose computer. Learn about more unsung women of science here. : UNSUNG WOMEN OF SCIENCE Photo courtesy the Smithsonian Institute/flickr BARBARA MCCLINTO CK (1902-1992) Through her research with corn, Barbara McClintock hypothesized that genes were much more fluid than initially thought. She was ignored at the time, but vindicated decades later with a Nobel Prize. UNSUNG WOMEN OF SCIENCE ANANDIBAI JOSHI (1865-1887) Not only was Anandibai Joshi the first Indian woman to get a degree in Western medicine, but she's also believed to be the first Hindu woman to step foot on American soil. UNSUNG WOMEN OF SCIENCE Image courtesy of the University of Pennsylvania Archives THE ENIAC PROGRAMMERS (BETTY SNYDER HOLBERTON, JEAN JENNINGS BARTIK, KATHLEEN MAUCHLY ANTONELLI, MARLYN WESCOFF MELTZER, FRANCES BILAS SPENCE, RUTH LICHTERMAN TEITELBAUM) This team of women was the first to program the first all-electronic, multipurpose computer, the ENIAC. Pictured here are Jean Jennings Bartik (left) and Frances Bilas Spence (right). UNSUNG WOMEN OF SCIENCE Image courtesy of Marie Tharp Maps, LLC MARIE THARP (1920-2006) Tharp was co-creator of the first global underwater map. Her discovery of the central rift valley that runs along the Mid-Atlantic Ridge paved the way for the acceptance of continental drift. sciencefriday: For Women’s History Month, let’s write women back into science history. Female scientists have contributed to some of science’s biggest breakthroughs, from unraveling the structure of DNA, to discovering fission, to mapping the ocean floor. So why don’t we know their names? In this archival episode of Science Friday, we’re celebrating science’s unsung heroines. We’ll hear about Maria Sibylla Merian, the 17th century “mother of entomology,” whose watercolors documented insect metamorphosis. We’ll also learn about Marie Tharp, whose maps of the ocean floor paved the way for continental drift theory. Plus, meet the women programmers of the ENIAC, the first all-electronic, multipurpose computer. Learn about more unsung women of science here.

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