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Sorry about the hiatus in this community. Now that it's summer, we'll be posting more. For now, this is a recent article on stem cells.

http://www.techinsider.io/using-stem-cells-to-treat-stroke-symptoms-2016-6

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Acids and bases. PH(potential of hydrogen) is one way to differentiate them. Water has a PH of 7, and anything above that is alkaline. Anything below 7 is an acidic solution.
This website provides a basic summary on acids and bases.
https://www.khanacademy.org/science/biology/water-acids-and-bases/acids-bases-and-ph/a/acids-bases-ph-and-bufffers

I think the next few weeks should be all about chemistry! 
Post anything and everything you know about chemistry ;)

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This doesn't have to do with human anatomy, but the answer to February 14th's question was a judge! This WEEK's question is: The dense connective tissue covering outer surface of bone diaphyses is termed:
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Okay...Theme of the week!!!
//drumroll
Human Anatomy! These two weeks, post stuff all about human anatomy.
So the post of today is about experimental eye research. The link I'm putting down here talks about stem cells and other things. Check it out!

https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2016/03/160309135653.htm

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Do you guys think we should have a theme for every other week? For example, every other Monday, we would say "the theme for this week is _____.". That means every post would have to be about that specific theme. Each theme cannot be repeated until 4 weeks have passed.
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Continuing on with +Michael Fernandez was discussing with us about a week ago, this post talks about the macro stuff.
macro doesn't just mean space, which is so far off many can't even begin to fathom it, yet it's pretty close by. In fact, it's very close by...(woaaaaaaahhh)
However, by focusing on something more tangible to many, we have come to Earth.
This AsapScience video is all about evolution. Earth evolution. Specifically, life on Earth evolution.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H2_6cqa2cP4
If any of you guys have any facts you want to share with us, please do!
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