This is amazing. I’m trying to replicate this now. The article wasn’t very clear, so just to be safe, I’m using a football in one eye and pork rinds in the other. Will report back soon with my results.
Just under 20 years ago I was working for SmithKline Beecham (now GlaxoSmithKline) and volunteered for the LYMErix vaccine. No problems then, except for a little bit of stiffness the first few days and no problems now. I do know that there is a marker for Lyme that comes up in blood work that is specifically looking… Read more
These scientists were so preoccupied with whether they could, they didn’t stop to think if they should.
To accomplish this, the team’s work further suggests, the cancer cells take advantage of the same processes that the healthy brain normally uses to create neurons early on in our development. Read more
Hemorrhagic fever viruses are nasty. Some of the scariest infectious diseases in the world along with things like Neisseria meningitis and prion diseases. Fatality rates are 25 - 90% depending on which one. If one of those ever developed the ability to spread like COVID it would wipe out civilization, especially since… Read more
Universal healthcare is absolutely doable. Of course it isn’t ‘free’. Everyone pays some and everyone has access. Imo, the best part is that you’re not tied to a shit job that you hate. I always wondered how employers ended up with that responsibility in the first place. It’s got to cut into their precious profits. I’… Read more
This is not surprising. People with severe respiratory illness and abnormal chest x-rays virtually always get broad spectrum antibiotics until it is conclusively proven that they do not have a bacterial pneumonia. Even during COVID, the ER docs, pulmonologists, and intensivists, would have justified it by not wanting… Read more
Our cats want to know what’s in it for them?
Hey folks.. meet Jack, who wants to say “mreow” to all the other kittehs out there.
The ever-so aptly named “Caesar”
Neve and Fuli say hi!
Kisa. Now aged 15... going on 16.
Hello, this is Jace’s cat. I regret to inform you that I am not allowing my human to participate in this survey. You don’t need to understand us better than you do and frankly, I find this “—but think of the kittens!” rationale distasteful and disingenuous.
I think Ed is on to something. On Wednesdays, Gizmodo should become Catmodo.
Bartleby is far too busy to participate in any surveys.
This is Alfajor