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"We are all on different paths and my personality allows me to do things maybe other people couldn’t do and vice-versa."

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karin-woywod:

Damn - Is there ever an end to this photoshoot ? 2013 08 22 - ’ Unlocking Sherlock ’ Promotional Shots by Robert Viglasky

This is just an overview. For the early pics #01 to #04, there are bigger versions around, for the later pics #05 to #09, I wish there were bigger versions. And you are welcome to direct me to Hi-Res versions 1280 pixels wide or even wider regarding the later pics.

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raccoon-eater:

lacigreen:

lalatinafeminista:

toomanyfuckscrusader:

hiddlefun:

cloudcuckoolander527:

talisguy:

Signal boosting in case anyone needed to know this. 

This is informative as heck. Show this to everyone!

This is actually some great info! Why can’t they teach this kind of thing in school??

Wow, I’ve taken health and sex ed three times during my educational process and never learned any of this. Thanks.

Definitely some important information here!

this is supa awesome.  i do think it should be noted that side effects of EC *really* vary.  when I took EC I didn’t have any symptoms whatsoever.  

The more you know~

(Source: rememberthstars)

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rhamphotheca:

Gut Microbes Help Packrats Eat Poison
by Ashley Jaeger



Packrats can repeatedly eat poison if they have the right gut microbes.
Scientists had suspected this, but there wasn’t much evidence to support the idea, so a team decided to test it in desert woodrats (Neotoma lepida). Some populations of this species snack on a bush called creosote, which is toxic, while other groups leave it alone. When the creosote-eaters were given antibiotics, their gut microbes changed so that they couldn’t metabolize the toxins from bush. And when non-creosote-eaters were given fecal transplants from those that could eat the bush, the non-eaters could ingest more of the toxin.
The results, published July 20 in Ecology Letters, suggest that gut microbes expand the range of what planting-eating mammals can munch on and that  microbes may one day help livestock broaden their menu too.
(via: Science News)
photo by Kevin Kohl/University of Utah

rhamphotheca:

Gut Microbes Help Packrats Eat Poison

by Ashley Jaeger

Packrats can repeatedly eat poison if they have the right gut microbes.

Scientists had suspected this, but there wasn’t much evidence to support the idea, so a team decided to test it in desert woodrats (Neotoma lepida). Some populations of this species snack on a bush called creosote, which is toxic, while other groups leave it alone. When the creosote-eaters were given antibiotics, their gut microbes changed so that they couldn’t metabolize the toxins from bush. And when non-creosote-eaters were given fecal transplants from those that could eat the bush, the non-eaters could ingest more of the toxin.

The results, published July 20 in Ecology Letters, suggest that gut microbes expand the range of what planting-eating mammals can munch on and that  microbes may one day help livestock broaden their menu too.

(via: Science News)

photo by Kevin Kohl/University of Utah

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2manyfandomsnotenoughfeels:

sushinfood:

today-isawindingroad:

mvtk42:



monkeysaysficus:

hey, whatcha doing? are these the internets? can I internet too?



This seems familiar…


THIS
GUY’S
FREAKING

DOG

IS

RUINING

MY

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The fact the dog looks back at him in the last image just sells this.

This guy is cute and his dog is adorable!

2manyfandomsnotenoughfeels:

sushinfood:

today-isawindingroad:

mvtk42:

monkeysaysficus:

hey, whatcha doing? are these the internets? can I internet too?

This seems familiar…

THIS

GUY’S


FREAKING

DOG

IS

RUINING

MY

LIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIFFFFFFFFFFFFEEEEEEEEEE

The fact the dog looks back at him in the last image just sells this.

This guy is cute and his dog is adorable!

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doctor who meme → ten episodes [4/10] 

↳ season 4 episode 1 partners in crime

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