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  • Upper body this morning, and look at those veins 😜😏😏
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Did you workout today? What did you do??
  • Upper body this morning, and look at those veins 😜😏😏
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    Did you workout today? What did you do??
  •  9  2  2 hours ago
  • Scene from the movie "Lagido". Follow @movieshowtimeng for more scenes .
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  • Scene from the movie "Lagido". Follow @movieshowtimeng for more scenes .
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  •  12  2  3 hours ago
  • Congratulations to Rebecca Sweet 👏👏👏👏👏 who successfully transitioned into a Vaccine Specialist Consultant position with Sanofi Pasteur. Full details: https://cheekyscientist.com/association-learn-more/ 
Watch the FULL VIDEO 🎥🎬 on our YouTube channel - clickable link in bio @cheekyscience -  to hear how the Association helped Rebecca build her professional LinkedIn network and get hired in a competitive job market.

Limited enrollment into the Cheeky Scientist Association is OPENING SOON. Sign up on our waitlist to be the first to learn when enrollment opens. 
Clickable link in bio @cheekyscience 👀⁉️ https://cheekyscientist.com/association-learn-more/
  • Congratulations to Rebecca Sweet 👏👏👏👏👏 who successfully transitioned into a Vaccine Specialist Consultant position with Sanofi Pasteur. Full details: https://cheekyscientist.com/association-learn-more/
    Watch the FULL VIDEO 🎥🎬 on our YouTube channel - clickable link in bio @cheekyscience -  to hear how the Association helped Rebecca build her professional LinkedIn network and get hired in a competitive job market.

    Limited enrollment into the Cheeky Scientist Association is OPENING SOON. Sign up on our waitlist to be the first to learn when enrollment opens.
    Clickable link in bio @cheekyscience 👀⁉️ https://cheekyscientist.com/association-learn-more/
  •  8  1  8 hours ago
  • Office selfie with Digital Micromirror Device (DMD). 😄

Hope you are having a wonderful and definitely more productive day than me today! 😝
  • Office selfie with Digital Micromirror Device (DMD). 😄

    Hope you are having a wonderful and definitely more productive day than me today! 😝
  •  810  54  9 hours ago
  • Our cells can create the equivalent of 10,000 copies of the longest “Game of Thrones” (A Song of Fire and Ice) book, "A Dance with Dragons," in just a few hours through DNA replication.📚Maybe we should have our cells finish writing the rest of the series, EH??? 🙃📇
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DNA contains the genetic blueprint and RNA helps translate that blueprint into proteins that make up YOU! 👉👤👈
DNA forms a double helix while RNA forms just a single helix.
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DNA and RNA are both nucleic acids with slight variations. They are both composed of sugar-phosphate backbones and nucleotide bases. DNA has two sugar-phosphate backbones which contain the sugar deoxyribose. These backbones are joined together by relatively loose hydrogen bonds between the nucleotide bases, forming the double helix. RNA, on the other hand, contains the sugar ribose in its phosphate backbone rather than deoxyribose. It only has one sugar-phosphate backbone, forming a single helix rather than a double. RNA also has very slightly different nucleotide bases than DNA. DNA contains cytosine, guanine, adenine, and thymine. RNA contains cytosine, guanine, adenine, and URACIL. (The dumb way I remembered this in college was "For RNA, T becomes U, TUTU!!” 🧚🏻‍♀️🤦🏼‍♀️
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Also, a badass woman originally discovered the structure of the DNA molecule. Her name was Rosalind Franklin. History failed to give her proper credit.👩🏻‍🔬But I bet Khaleesi would have! 👸🏼
Credit :@science
#sciencemuseum #sciencerocks #sciencerules #scienceexperiment #sweetscience #sciencebitch #sciencefair #sciencestudent #sciencecenter #sciences #scienceworld #environmentalscience #sciencefictionart
  • Our cells can create the equivalent of 10,000 copies of the longest “Game of Thrones” (A Song of Fire and Ice) book, "A Dance with Dragons," in just a few hours through DNA replication.📚Maybe we should have our cells finish writing the rest of the series, EH??? 🙃📇
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    DNA contains the genetic blueprint and RNA helps translate that blueprint into proteins that make up YOU! 👉👤👈
    DNA forms a double helix while RNA forms just a single helix.
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    DNA and RNA are both nucleic acids with slight variations. They are both composed of sugar-phosphate backbones and nucleotide bases. DNA has two sugar-phosphate backbones which contain the sugar deoxyribose. These backbones are joined together by relatively loose hydrogen bonds between the nucleotide bases, forming the double helix. RNA, on the other hand, contains the sugar ribose in its phosphate backbone rather than deoxyribose. It only has one sugar-phosphate backbone, forming a single helix rather than a double. RNA also has very slightly different nucleotide bases than DNA. DNA contains cytosine, guanine, adenine, and thymine. RNA contains cytosine, guanine, adenine, and URACIL. (The dumb way I remembered this in college was "For RNA, T becomes U, TUTU!!” 🧚🏻‍♀️🤦🏼‍♀️
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    Also, a badass woman originally discovered the structure of the DNA molecule. Her name was Rosalind Franklin. History failed to give her proper credit.👩🏻‍🔬But I bet Khaleesi would have! 👸🏼
    Credit :@science
    #sciencemuseum #sciencerocks #sciencerules #scienceexperiment #sweetscience #sciencebitch #sciencefair #sciencestudent #sciencecenter #sciences #scienceworld #environmentalscience #sciencefictionart
  •  176  0  12 hours ago
  • DID YOU KNOW? That bees have been dying in terrifying numbers over the last several years??! 30-40% of the United States’ honeybees perished in the 2016-2017 season. That’s absolutely TERRIFYING!
Why is that terrifying? Bees are critical pollinators. They pollinate over 70% of the food crops that feed the vast majority of humanity.

WHY IS THIS HAPPENING?
Well, global warming, varroa mite predation, and radio wave frequencies have all been linked to colony collapse disorder (the overarching name for these mysterious bee losses.) However, the ultimate nail in the coffin for the bees appears to be PESTICIDE USE, specifically the use of neonicotinoid pesticides.

Neonicotinoid pesticides are created by biochemically altering the nicotine molecule. This evolved from a folk pesticide remedy of tobacco and water. However, once altered, these poisons become so effective at killing that they have been killing not only the target insects but also huge numbers of the bees that we so dearly need. (Not to mention, getting into the water table and killing other small animals). The European Union has already BANNED THE USE of neonicotinoid pesticides.

Why has the U.S. not done the same? Well, the largest producers of neonicotinoids is based here in the U.S. That same company also recently purchased the company which is the largest user of these pesticides making the fight to end their use a more steeply uphill battle.

IF YOU WANT TO HELP THE BEES, write letters to your politicians to help ban pesticide use. Get involved locally informing people about these issues. Financially help organizations who are working to fight these political battles for the future of our bees, our ecosystems, and our food stability!!! Credit :@science
#scienceexperiment #datascience #scienceart #environmentalscience #scienceforkids #sciences #sciencemuseum #scienceiscool #sciencenerd #sciencestudent #scienceproject #sciencerocks #sciencebitch #scienceteacher
  • DID YOU KNOW? That bees have been dying in terrifying numbers over the last several years??! 30-40% of the United States’ honeybees perished in the 2016-2017 season. That’s absolutely TERRIFYING!
    Why is that terrifying? Bees are critical pollinators. They pollinate over 70% of the food crops that feed the vast majority of humanity.

    WHY IS THIS HAPPENING?
    Well, global warming, varroa mite predation, and radio wave frequencies have all been linked to colony collapse disorder (the overarching name for these mysterious bee losses.) However, the ultimate nail in the coffin for the bees appears to be PESTICIDE USE, specifically the use of neonicotinoid pesticides.

    Neonicotinoid pesticides are created by biochemically altering the nicotine molecule. This evolved from a folk pesticide remedy of tobacco and water. However, once altered, these poisons become so effective at killing that they have been killing not only the target insects but also huge numbers of the bees that we so dearly need. (Not to mention, getting into the water table and killing other small animals). The European Union has already BANNED THE USE of neonicotinoid pesticides.

    Why has the U.S. not done the same? Well, the largest producers of neonicotinoids is based here in the U.S. That same company also recently purchased the company which is the largest user of these pesticides making the fight to end their use a more steeply uphill battle.

    IF YOU WANT TO HELP THE BEES, write letters to your politicians to help ban pesticide use. Get involved locally informing people about these issues. Financially help organizations who are working to fight these political battles for the future of our bees, our ecosystems, and our food stability!!! Credit :@science
    #scienceexperiment #datascience #scienceart #environmentalscience #scienceforkids #sciences #sciencemuseum #scienceiscool #sciencenerd #sciencestudent #scienceproject #sciencerocks #sciencebitch #scienceteacher
  •  109  3  17 July, 2019
  • Scene from the series "Crazy House Help". Follow @movieshowtimeng .
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  • Scene from the series "Crazy House Help". Follow @movieshowtimeng .
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  •  72  3  17 July, 2019
  • So I'm currently on 5 cups of coffee and I feel like expressing the beautifully horrible nootropic abilities of caffeine.
Caffeine acts primarily as an adenosine receptor blocker, this of course cause attentiveness, alertness and killing the feeling of drowsiness in the user. It also has other mechanisms which in turn cause the release of dopamine. This can actually cause maniacal behavior, and even Parkinson's like twitching "which I have quite often on caffeine". This is a huge drawback of caffeine. Also, caffeine acts as a stimulant, but can actually slow down breathing. This is also a huge problem in its mechanism. Why? Although it causes hyper attentiveness, it in now way is a true stimulant of the body. It slows breathing, and can even have a calming effect on the user. It also has a short mechanism of action, to which after you have a "come down" which can be detrimental for those using a vehicle. Within minutes you can go from having a high stimulation complexity, to falling alseep at the wheel. It was actually being investigated by the  FAA if pilots should be allowed to take any stimulants, including caffeine. This was of course thrown out as an obligatory statement with no nomenclature to back it up, despite the research stating it would be more effective to be clean than use caffeine.
Regardless, caffeine is the most widely used drug on the planet, that's not present in normal food, as obliviously sugar in itself is a stimulant. It must be stated caffeine is a beautiful drug to write long, arduous posts about caffeine while you're buzzing like a bee because you can't control your drug usage and have to orally administer yourself 5 cups of coffee to have psycho-cognitive effects. What am I doing with my life? I don't know. Do I over think everything, including caffeine usage? Clearly. Am I over exaggerating everything? Very much so? Is it too much to say that I have nothing better to do? I commence this. Drink 5 cups of espresso and let's talk about stupid stuff.

Please follow me: -@sciences_tricks_style
  • So I'm currently on 5 cups of coffee and I feel like expressing the beautifully horrible nootropic abilities of caffeine.
    Caffeine acts primarily as an adenosine receptor blocker, this of course cause attentiveness, alertness and killing the feeling of drowsiness in the user. It also has other mechanisms which in turn cause the release of dopamine. This can actually cause maniacal behavior, and even Parkinson's like twitching "which I have quite often on caffeine". This is a huge drawback of caffeine. Also, caffeine acts as a stimulant, but can actually slow down breathing. This is also a huge problem in its mechanism. Why? Although it causes hyper attentiveness, it in now way is a true stimulant of the body. It slows breathing, and can even have a calming effect on the user. It also has a short mechanism of action, to which after you have a "come down" which can be detrimental for those using a vehicle. Within minutes you can go from having a high stimulation complexity, to falling alseep at the wheel. It was actually being investigated by the FAA if pilots should be allowed to take any stimulants, including caffeine. This was of course thrown out as an obligatory statement with no nomenclature to back it up, despite the research stating it would be more effective to be clean than use caffeine.
    Regardless, caffeine is the most widely used drug on the planet, that's not present in normal food, as obliviously sugar in itself is a stimulant. It must be stated caffeine is a beautiful drug to write long, arduous posts about caffeine while you're buzzing like a bee because you can't control your drug usage and have to orally administer yourself 5 cups of coffee to have psycho-cognitive effects. What am I doing with my life? I don't know. Do I over think everything, including caffeine usage? Clearly. Am I over exaggerating everything? Very much so? Is it too much to say that I have nothing better to do? I commence this. Drink 5 cups of espresso and let's talk about stupid stuff.

    Please follow me: -@sciences_tricks_style
  •  14  1  17 July, 2019
  • Learn the basics about particles in a metal, that are held together by metallic bonds.What are metallic bonds? Find out more in this video!
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from The Fuse School YouTube channel

Please follow me: -@sciences_news_photo
  • Learn the basics about particles in a metal, that are held together by metallic bonds.What are metallic bonds? Find out more in this video!
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    from The Fuse School YouTube channel

    Please follow me: -@sciences_news_photo
  •  8  1  17 July, 2019
  • #Repost @cern
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“Working on the Super Proton Synchrotron, the second-largest machine in CERN’s⠀
accelerator complex, has taught me to maintain an equilibrium at work and has given me a constant appetite for learning.” ⠀
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CERN through the eyes of Aashlesha, technical student #CERNeyes ⠀
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CERN. Take part!

#kuwaitscience #scienceeducation #sci #scichat #sciencestudent
  • #Repost @cern
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    “Working on the Super Proton Synchrotron, the second-largest machine in CERN’s⠀
    accelerator complex, has taught me to maintain an equilibrium at work and has given me a constant appetite for learning.” ⠀
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    CERN through the eyes of Aashlesha, technical student #CERNeyes
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    CERN. Take part!

    #kuwaitscience #scienceeducation #sci #scichat #sciencestudent
  •  13  0  17 July, 2019
  • Bromo-phenol blue reaction with water .
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  • Bromo-phenol blue reaction with water .
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    Credit
    Follow .science for more.

    Please follow me: -@sciences_tricks_style
  •  68  1  17 July, 2019
  • Reminds me of my +2 days when i used to be a #sciencestudent and play with🧪 🧫 🧬. But those days are long gone. ☹️Getting old.
  • Reminds me of my +2 days when i used to be a #sciencestudent and play with🧪 🧫 🧬. But those days are long gone. ☹️Getting old.
  •  25  0  17 July, 2019

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  • Office selfie with Digital Micromirror Device (DMD). 😄

Hope you are having a wonderful and definitely more productive day than me today! 😝
  • Office selfie with Digital Micromirror Device (DMD). 😄

    Hope you are having a wonderful and definitely more productive day than me today! 😝
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