when I was younger I used to watch Winnie the Pooh all the time and everytime I saw pooh eating honey I was always like “mmmm that looks good” so imagine my disappointment when I saw honey for the first time. Pooh is eating like nacho cheese lookin honey he had me excited for nothing
no, bro. Pooh is eating raw, unpasteurized honey. Like this:
Oh my God. I’ve literally thought this my entire life.
This, this and more this!
look at the last pic help
I like to reblog puppy pictures for followers who might be having a rough day because hell, how can you frown when puppy so cute.
This sad Brazilian fan was shown crying. But no ones published this beautiful picture of him handing the trophy to a German fan. He was quoted as saying "Take it to the final! As you can see, it is not easy, but you deserve it, congratulations" (Roughly translated)
People have offered many potential explanations for this discrepancy, but this ad highlights the importance of the social cues that push girls away from math and science in their earliest childhood years.
Evolution is awesome! A native group of people living on the Soloman Islands northeast of Australia called Melanesians is famous for their beautiful dark skin and naturally blonde hair.
The odd combination has got scientists wondering about how such a color combo develops over time. According to the Global Financial Newswires, many scientists have long thought that their blonde hair was a result of a diet high in fish, perhaps bleaching by the sun and salt water, or a reminder of the island’s historic relations with people of European descent.
In fact, the blonde Melanesians have blonde that is unique solely to them. According to the study in which scientists compared 43 blonde hair islanders to 42 dark hair islanders, blonde Melanesians have a variant of a native gene called TYRP1 that plays an important role in the melanin biosynthetic pathway. This variant is completely separate from what causes blonde hair in Europeans, and doesn’t even exist in the European genetic set.
What’s truly beautiful in this fascinating discovery, as so perfectly stated by the study author Sean Myles, a geneticist at Nova Scotia Agricultural College, is that “it’s a great example of convergent evolution, where the same outcome is brought about by completely different means.”
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Consider this next time you litter
THANK YOU I HAVE MADE SO MANY THESIS PAPERS TALKING ABOUT THIS AND TRYING TO PROMOTE IT BUT NO ONE IS LISTENING. I HOPE ALL OF YOU KNOW HOW SERIOUS THIS IS, ESPECIALLY ALL OF YOU WHO LIVE BY THE PACIFIC“Find out how you can help”just put your rubbish in the fucking bin