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How most dad's feel (and some gamer mom's) when playing the little monster. :D
 
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For many of us Bill Nye is part of our childhoods, playing that crucial role as educator and illuminator of science when our impressionable minds might not have thought to ask why. With his television show he taught us why science is amazing by examining the details of how everything works, and he continues to be an advocate of science education and exploration.
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A scene from the upcoming Star Wars film....

>|<   #DoctorWho   #Dalek  
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I remember when the Doctor asked me how I stood up at attention on broken hips.

He said people can't stand up on broken hips, let alone walk on them for as long as I reportedly did, how did I do it?

I said, "I had to."

My kids meal-ticket was riding on me not washing out.
It's that simple.

It isn't easy. It's just that for you, there is no other option. You act and let the meat catch up with the consequences and pray you can endure the backlash.

That's why when you snap, you snap hard. It's physics, the emotional version of material sciences. Hard things are made from densely packed energy.

But when you do snap, and you do from time to time, the output is huge. So you feel guilty, broken, but you're not, necessarily. You're just made of sterner stuff.

Until you learn from experience, you can't even afford to snap most of the time, and you don't do that. And then... you are, by very virtue, without realizing, because of using that extra energy, that much stronger. You're that much harder to break. But nobody sees the energy you're pouring into maintaining that. They don't understand the effort.

Physics...

Density is energy, it's the subtle work you never see done, holding all this shit together.
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I thought this song had to do with cellular biology.
I am disappointed.
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me too :(
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Waiting for the next one already.
Give him a like, subscribe, give this man some love.
It's worth the laughs.
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I loved the narration in this. It was both soothing and kept me interested.
Oh, and I'm learning my cell parts, if you didn't gather.
Retouching on the ole Bio 101.
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Well, for starters... it would explain a lot.
Graham originally shared:
 
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Well now that the question of why do we exist has been answered let us move on to something really relevant. How about cell phones that don't break, spindle or become mutilated that are powered by internal  "forever" batteries?
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Because it came up tonight: if you're someone who wants to learn how to program but find it scary or intimidating or just plain unlikely,

1. Go to http://learnpythonthehardway.org/book/
2. Read the Preface.
3. Read the Intro.
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“Many nonreligious parents were more coherent and passionate about their ethical principles than some of the ‘religious' parents in our study,” Bengston told me. “The vast majority appeared to live goal-filled lives characterized by moral direction and sense of life having a purpose.”

"My own ongoing research among secular Americans — as well as that of a handful of other social scientists who have only recently turned their gaze on secular culture — confirms that nonreligious family life is replete with its own sustaining moral values and enriching ethical precepts. Chief among those: rational problem solving, personal autonomy, independence of thought, avoidance of corporal punishment, a spirit of “questioning everything” and, far above all, empathy."
 
"My own ongoing research among secular Americans — as well as that of a handful of other social scientists who have only recently turned their gaze on secular culture — confirms that nonreligious family life is replete with its own sustaining moral values and enriching ethical precepts. Chief among those: rational problem solving, personal autonomy, independence of thought, avoidance of corporal punishment, a spirit of “questioning everything” and, far above all, empathy.

For secular people, morality is predicated on one simple principle: empathetic reciprocity, widely known as the Golden Rule. Treating other people as you would like to be treated. It is an ancient, universal ethical imperative. And it requires no supernatural beliefs. As one atheist mom who wanted to be identified only as Debbie told me: “The way we teach them what is right and what is wrong is by trying to instill a sense of empathy ... how other people feel. You know, just trying to give them that sense of what it's like to be on the other end of their actions. And I don't see any need for God in that."
More children are “growing up godless” than at any other time in our nation's history. They are the offspring of an expanding secular population that includes a relatively new and burgeoning category of Americans called the “Nones,” so nicknamed because they identified themselves as believing in “nothing in particular” in a 2012 study by the Pew Research Center .
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They know me as Jera on the Net, and have for almost 20 years. In RL, we use different names...
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I love learning new things.
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"I have no answers, only experiences."

"There are no enemies, only victims."

I have a love of the physical sciences, with a deep interest in cognitive science, math, neuroscience, and microbiology. I'm enrolled and currently attending Wayne State University for an undergraduate in chemistry and microbiology.
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Married to the mother of my two children. One of the best things that happened to me, followed by the two best things that happened to me... the birth of my daughters.
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    Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, 2012 - present
  • Delta State University
    Networking, 2008 - 2010
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My visit was indescribable adventurous. The interior is vivid, and while I was certain I had stepped out the same door I stepped in, I found myself in another part of Britain, one of the city parts, I think, because the people were talking strangely, and some of them had odd looks on their faces, very... very... odd looking faces, now that I come to think about it. If this is a cleverly disguised subway booth, I have to hand it to the British, they know their stuff. I won't say much about the service, it tended to go up and down in quality. There was a lot of rumbling, and more than once I think there were earthquakes. You wouldn't expect it to be so roomy inside. I think Car Manufacturers could take a hint from this little blue box in leg-room design. My only complaint. The phone didn't actually work. My favorite bit. They have a medical practitioner on staff on site at all times. Doubles as a tour guide. Worth talking too if you see him.
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