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A 17 year old boy getting 11 years in prison for a non violent crime and no prior convictions.
I don't like isis but this is messed up.
This boys life is wrecked because of a couple of tweets. And what will happen to him when he gets out? 
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Well, it seems a common thread in today's society.

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I tend to dislike both Superman and Captain America, something +Amelie Harms finds very funny. :)

This I do like though
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Or seperated into different jobs: sketcher, inker, colorist and type seter.
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If the article I shared before, that turned out to be just a press release, wasn't enough filled with details for you here is an article actually written by the researcher.

It still doesn't explain why energy demands stops growing exponentially right after the gestation. But if it does it do explain why lactation is enough for an other 6 months or so.

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Right now I'm giving this talk at the annual meetings of the American Association of Physical Anthropologists. Here's the link to Session 15. Costly and Cute: How Helpless Newborns Made Us Human, where you'll see the particip...
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A small moth found on our kitchen cabinet. At most 2 cm wing span.
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Oh, must be a ghost, then! :-)
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The Look On His Face When He Gets To The Smallest One Is Priceless :)
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Suckers.
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If you ever wondered who would be stupid enough to be on Judge Judy here's an explanation.
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Start your day off with a heaping helping of misogyny. If that's something you're into?
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omg, I now love feminist_tinder! I spent way too much time reading them.
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How about starting the day with a free game? 
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No thanks. 
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Dags att börja öva +Amelie Harms​! :-) 
(This happens in an advanced geometry class. Our teacher is a bit off but is really fun. One day, he is writing on a smart board and the pen won't work.) Teacher: "Balderdash!" (He then throws p...
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The size of the pelvic might not be the reason for our helpless babies. It's possible that we simply can't produce enough energy to carry them longer.

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Bipedalism, metabolism, and gestational development

This is interesting! And annoying, since I've been telling people about the bipedalism/pelvis size theory for years, and I don't like the thought of having been misleading. But it's mostly really interesting!

I know someone who has delivered consistently "early" with all her kids. They have been small, but she's small too. There is, of course, the danger of fitting the evidence to the situation after the fact, but this apparent oddity in her gestation length might make sense in light of this theory.

I'm assuming - not having seen it explained in the article - that a slower metabolism would lead to larger babies, because more energy would be "available" rather than used immediately for the upkeep of the mother's body. This would seem, at least superficially, to match real-world outcomes of larger mothers having larger babies. But I'm no biologist, not an I am obstetric specialist. Am I way off-base here? Does anyone have further information about this, or know of follow-up research (since I see this article is from 2012)?
An anthropologist suggests that the length of human pregnancy is limited primarily by a mother's metabolism, not the size of the birth canal. The research challenges the long-held notion of an evolutionary trade-off between childbirth and a pelvis adapted for walking upright.
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Just a man trying to walk the path
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Role playing, board gaming, video gaming geek with a tendency to joyfully swing blunt pieces of wood at peoples head while explaining to others how to do it more effectively.
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Is shodan in Aikido and can hold a tune.
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