Where anything goes!

Where anything goes! "A spill of perky thoughts over my organized chaotic blog site" -- Darien Rivera :)

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Jic I don’t survive this sem :) #LegoHouse #cover

'Glee' pushed me to do this :)

Anything Could Happen

"When things go wrong, we just go on.." #PixieLott #WeJustGoOn #cover

Kiss The Stars

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tastefullyoffensive:

Confession Kid

6 out 10. These are my kiddie confessions :)

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jtotheizzoe:

staceythinx:

Artist Nike Savvas transforms mathematic formulas into beautiful sculptures.

The extra-special key ingredient to make this tasty brain dish work is “perspective”.

Also, I’m gonna go ahead and throw out the word “Spirograph

Who’s with me.. THESE LOOK UH-MAZING!

jtotheizzoe:

Born Without a Windpipe, Now Breathing A Full Life
Hannah Warren has become the youngest person to ever receive a bioengineered tissue transplant, receiving a windpipe created from her own stem cells grown around a special plastic scaffold. This “proto-windpipe” is then recognized by the body, and (through processes that aren’t entirely clear) a fully developed windpipe, complete with the many layers of specialized cells, is formed with the scaffold and stem cells as its guide. 
I’ve posted about these bioengineered transplants in older patients before, but I think this captures the amazement we all feel:

Dr. Macchiarini described a look of befuddlement on the child’s face when she realized that the mouth tube was gone and she could put her lips together for the first time. “It was beautiful,” he said.

Yes. Beautiful, indeed. Way to go science.
(via New York Times)

What science does. 

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jtotheizzoe:

Born Without a Windpipe, Now Breathing A Full Life

Hannah Warren has become the youngest person to ever receive a bioengineered tissue transplant, receiving a windpipe created from her own stem cells grown around a special plastic scaffold. This “proto-windpipe” is then recognized by the body, and (through processes that aren’t entirely clear) a fully developed windpipe, complete with the many layers of specialized cells, is formed with the scaffold and stem cells as its guide. 

I’ve posted about these bioengineered transplants in older patients before, but I think this captures the amazement we all feel:

Dr. Macchiarini described a look of befuddlement on the child’s face when she realized that the mouth tube was gone and she could put her lips together for the first time. “It was beautiful,” he said.

Yes. Beautiful, indeed. Way to go science.

(via New York Times)

What science does. 

Uh-oh, uh-oh.

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teenagerposts:

BEST RELATABLE BLOG EVER: http://teenagerposts.tumblr.com/

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i swear the longer you look at it the quicker she spins

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i swear the longer you look at it the quicker she spins

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