#FlawlessThings

Take a walk down my memory lane ;)
disney:

Appreciate the little things, like playing in the snow.

disney:

Appreciate the little things, like playing in the snow.

December is awesome!

Why I love December

I think that December is the best month of the year. Here are a few reasons why I love December and this time …
Firstly, December has the best snow. The snow is perfectly fluffy, which makes it great for sledding and snowballs, and it adorns the entire neighborhood in beautiful blankets of white. It’s the golden age of winter.
There are a tonne of holidays to celebrate in the month of December. Hence the tag the holiday season. Winter solstice is the beginning of winter. It’s also the shortest day of the year. Because of the earth’s tilt, the Northern Hemisphere is as far away from the sun as it can be.The result: the shortest day of the year. In 2013, the winter solstice falls on December 21st.
Christmas is a special and holy time to celebrate the birth and life of Jesus Christ.
The celebration of the New Year is the oldest of all holidays. It was first observed in Ancient Babylon about 4,000 years ago.
And cookies… Baking cookies every other day is entirely acceptable, if not encouraged.

The fact. December is awesome!
So which month do you think is the best?

#FlawlessThings turned 2 today!

#FlawlessThings turned 2 today!

medicalschool:


Humans appear “hairless,” not because we have less hair follicles, but because our hair is thinner, shorter, and more transparent than that of other mammals. The outermost layer of the hair is called the cuticle, and it is composed of dead, overlapping cells that form a hard protective coating, like shingles on a house. Caucasian hair (left) typically has ~5 layers in the cuticle whereas Asian hair (right) has up to 12, making it wider. Asian hair has a round fiber and is straight. Wavy and curly hair have oval or irregularly-shaped fibers. The shape of the hair follicle determines the shape of the fiber.
Image: Scanning electron micrograph of a hair fiber from a Caucasian blonde female (left) and an Asian male (right). The overlapping cells of the cuticle are readily apparent on both fibers.

medicalschool:

Humans appear “hairless,” not because we have less hair follicles, but because our hair is thinner, shorter, and more transparent than that of other mammals. The outermost layer of the hair is called the cuticle, and it is composed of dead, overlapping cells that form a hard protective coating, like shingles on a house. Caucasian hair (left) typically has ~5 layers in the cuticle whereas Asian hair (right) has up to 12, making it wider. Asian hair has a round fiber and is straight. Wavy and curly hair have oval or irregularly-shaped fibers. The shape of the hair follicle determines the shape of the fiber.

Image: Scanning electron micrograph of a hair fiber from a Caucasian blonde female (left) and an Asian male (right). The overlapping cells of the cuticle are readily apparent on both fibers.

medicalschool:

Wool Brain in Specimen Jar
Realistic Needle felted Brain in a Jar. Handmade from wool fleece. This Brain is approx 6 cms by 4.3 cms. This brain is in a jar that has been especially chosen for these sized brains. Its an oval shaped jar that is approx 7.5 cms across by 8.5 cms.
You never know what you are going to find on Etsy….

medicalschool:

Wool Brain in Specimen Jar

Realistic Needle felted Brain in a Jar. Handmade from wool fleece. This Brain is approx 6 cms by 4.3 cms. This brain is in a jar that has been especially chosen for these sized brains. Its an oval shaped jar that is approx 7.5 cms across by 8.5 cms.

You never know what you are going to find on Etsy….

La vie est belle!

La vie est belle!

yasboogie:

The hidden life on your phone – the bacteria that lurk on your mobile

The colonies of bacteria that are form after the phone has been imprinted are from, the body’s invisible bacterial flora, that now that the messages have been electronically received or delivered, still represent a tangible and biological residue of our manifold hellos and goodbyes … 

[via @UniOfSurrey HT @ScienceAlert]

(со страницы microculture)


A bacterium that turns toxic chemicals into solid gold

Canadian scientists have discovered a tiny alchemist in disguise, the bacterium Delftia acidovorans… Read the entire study here. More here.

A bacterium that turns toxic chemicals into solid gold

Canadian scientists have discovered a tiny alchemist in disguise, the bacterium Delftia acidovorans… Read the entire study here. More here.

(со страницы microculture)

Amazing Fashion Watercolor Illustrations By Kareem Iliya

Yesterday I went to a book store, and had a look at some great design and illustrations books. There, I found this great artist called Kareem Iliya, who makes some amazing fashion watercolor illustrations, pretty beautiful, so I just had to find her portfolio once I got home.

Her portfolio is pretty amazing, and I just had to share her work with all of you. For more of her illustrations, you may visit her portfolio. I hope you enjoy these! Cheers. ;)

OscarPRGirl: santa baby.

oscarprgirl:

slip a sable under the tree, for me.
been an awful good girl, santa baby,
so hurry down the chimney tonight.


santa baby, a ‘54 convertible too,
light blue.
I’ll wait up for you dear,
santa baby, so hurry down the chimney tonight.


think of all the fun I’ve missed,
think of all the…


I’m in a Christmas mood!

(Источник: Spotify)