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11. March 2012

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10. March 2012

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nevver:

New logo

09. March 2012

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New logo

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maudelynn:

A young boy adjusts his friend’s Adolf Hitler mask during a game on a street in King’s Cross, London. (Photo by William Vanderson/Getty Images). 1938

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16. February 2012

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maudelynn:

A young boy adjusts his friend’s Adolf Hitler mask during a game on a street in King’s Cross, London. (Photo by William Vanderson/Getty Images). 1938

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benkling:

And the crown jewel of the collection.

Step 1: Print ‘em out!

Step 2: Give ‘em to your friends!

Step 3: Lose your friends!

Here’s the series!

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14. February 2012

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benkling:

And the crown jewel of the collection.
Step 1: Print ‘em out!
Step 2: Give ‘em to your friends!
Step 3: Lose your friends!
Here’s the series!

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14. February 2012

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fauxfreextc:

Now that’s a good valentine gift!

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14. February 2012

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fauxfreextc:

Now that’s a good valentine gift!

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msbehavoyeur:

Hearts of the world

14. February 2012

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Hearts of the world

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13. February 2012

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zartcore:

..,-

13. February 2012

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zartcore:

..,-

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retrogasm:

Don’t forget…

09. February 2012

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retrogasm:

Don’t forget…

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09. February 2012

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09. February 2012

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nevver:

“Sometimes an ear of corn is just an ear of corn.” – Freud

28. January 2012

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“Sometimes an ear of corn is just an ear of corn.” – Freud

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The Mystery Behind Anesthesia

25. January 2012

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http://www.technologyreview.in/biomedicine/39289/

But though doctors have been putting people under for more than 150 years, what happens in the brain during general anesthesia is a mystery. Scientists don’t know much about the extent to which these drugs tap into the same brain circuitry we use when we sleep, or how being anesthetized differs from other ways of losing consciousness, such as slipping into a coma following an injury. Are parts of the brain truly shutting off, or do they simply stop communicating with each other? How is being anesthetized different from a state of hypnosis or deep meditation? And what happens in the brain in the transition between consciousness and unconsciousness? “We know we can get you in and out of this safely,” Brown says, “but we still can’t quite tell you how it works.”

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