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October 31 2014

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misswho221b:

this should’ve been the movie poster

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-imaginarythoughts-:

justsmilestuffhappens:

rennoc92:

volunt-spei:

iwantasnack:

taengthehero:

The water bottle sold me. Very nice touch.

WHAT IS THIS MY BRAIN DOES NOT COMPREHEND IT.

Turn your head sideways.

forced perspective photography?

Oh shit..

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October 30 2014

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Algal virus found in humans, slows brain activity


(AAAS, Oct. 2014) The virus, called ATCV-1, showed up in human brain tissue several years ago, but at the time researchers could not be sure whether it had entered the tissue before or after the people died. Then, it showed up again in a survey of microbes and viruses in the throats of people with psychiatric disease. Pediatric infectious disease expert Robert Yolken from Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine in Baltimore, Maryland, and his colleagues were trying to see if pathogens play a role in these conditions. At first, they didn't know what ATCV-1 was, but a database search revealed its identity as a virus that typically infects a species of green algae found in lakes and rivers.

The researchers wanted to find out if the virus was in healthy people as well as sick people. They checked for it in 92 healthy people participating in a study of cognitive function and found it in 43% of them. What’s more, those infected with the virus performed 10% worse than uninfected people on tests requiring visual processing. They were slower in drawing a line connecting a sequence of numbers randomly placed on a page, for example. And they seemed to have shorter attention spans, the researchers report online today in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences:

http://www.pnas.org/content/early/2014/10/23/1418895111
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Horoscope for the week
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the-goddamazon:

LMFAOOOO THE FUCKING BETRAYAL THO

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the-real-goddamazon:

thefortressofscience:

buzzfeed:

Finding a job sucks.

What pisses me off even further is that if you can’t find a job you’re told “oh you just don’t want it enough” 8| 

Basically my dilemma right now.

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runningroundparis:

this is the most accurate portrayal of me

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