yeah that’s exactly what scientists shouldn’t do, thanks
yeah that’s exactly what scientists shouldn’t do, thanks
Also, and puzzlingly not on this list: Why do most organisms sleep?
This is worse. And I’m pretty sure I heard about it here on BF.
I was in Mumbai (it was called Bombay then) for Holi once and it was awesome.
C’mon man, the fake one is the bungee jumper.
Teacher hashtags. Teacher.
Looks like someone doesn’t know the difference between a mesomorph and an ectomorph.
Thank you to the gay folks for splitting the GOP coalition by simply bravely doing the right thing. A win-win for sure.
#24 isn’t just any diva, she’s Madonna. You young pups wouldn’t remember, I suppose.
tl;dr… but lookit, some people really are better than most other people. Not everyone can be Abraham Lincoln or Robert F. Scott or I dunno, Mother Teresa or MLK Jr. or whoever. We look up to and admire people like this because they really are remarkable, not because they are really good at appearing remarkable. Time will tell. In the meantime I’m happy she’s around. And yeah I’m a straight guy, so feel free to dismiss my opinion for whatever reason seems best to you.
dingdingdingding! We have a winner! Good thinking with that comment, because if guns weren’t restricted in China, this incident would have been totally minor and non-newsworthy, right? Oh wait…
…but the left one is usually bigger!
A more important question is why does the guy in #10 have Decepticon faces inside his suit on both thighs.
It says “suivez.” The “votre” is the clue. It’s an imperative, not an infinitive.
#20: Have a bigger dick than him
THIS is what buzzfeed is for.
This nation has nuclear weapons and the apparent will to use them. It will not be easy to address this situation.
Heads up: You DEFINITELY DO need (or at least want) a bottle warmer. It’s fast and it’s right there in the room with you. No need to go out to the kitchen at three a.m. and fire up the stove if you have that little device. Other than that, yeah. Especially the stroller. Only one I ever used was a $20 umbrella stroller and it was all I ever needed… and I wasn’t ever in anybody’s way, either. (I Mr. Mom’ed it for two and a half years.)
Remember when there was a snowboarder who lost his medal for testing positive for weed? Yeah, Henrik doesn’t remember that.
No, it’s the fault of the shooter.
Lesson learned: buzzfeed can’t figure out how to avoid spoilers on home page; avoid until next week.
You see, the only problem here is that the kids weren’t also obviously and heavily armed, so there was no deterrent effect. Because gun ownership always and only makes society safer. Duh!
$780k for your virginity is fine, but no selling your phone with your game on it.
Thank you for this post.
I could send you a totally anonymous email, 100% untraceable, no problem whatsoever. Couldn’t do it from my own computer or my home, of course, but it’s not really that hard at all.
I love this. I hope the Republicans keep turning on their own and enforcing these insane purity tests. The worse they do, the better for all of us.
I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again. Big glass of chocolate milk and a couple of ibuprofen. Two hours later you’ll be good to go. WTF is up with the kitten in #6?
(And by ‘evidence,’ I mean that it’s not just written down somewhere, it’s something everyone can observe for themselves, if they do the work.)
A good test of a scientific theory is whether or not it can predict things. The theory of evolution has successfully predicted many subsequent observations. A famous example is Tiktaalik. This is an intermediary fossil that has distinctive physical features. Some are found in fish and others in amphibians. Fossils that were more fish-like existed in rocks of a certain age, and fossil amphibians existed in younger rocks, so paleontologists went looking in rocks of the “in-between” age for an intermediary fossil, which the theory of evolution predicted would exist. They found it. This isn’t proof of the theory of evolution. “Proof” doesn’t actually exist in science. All that exists is evidence. For each piece of evidence, scientists ask themselves, “does this support or undermine our ideas?” Tiktaalik is strongly supportive of the idea of change in species through time, which is a simple way of describing evolution. Evolution has been repeatedly supported in this way. Transitional fossils like Tiktaalik or Archaeopteryx are abundant in the fossil record. Creationists often claim that transitional forms do not exist, but this is flatly untrue. As far as species dying out: Most species do become extinct. However, some species are so well suited to their environment—and their environment is so stable—that they persist for millions or hundreds of millions of years. A species can be split into two or more populations, that start out in similar environments, only to have one of the groups experience a change. For instance, imagine two islands with squirrels. Both are hot and have small squirrels with short fur. Then one island becomes colder (maybe because of a change in oceanic currents) and that island now makes any squirrel born with long fur more able to survive, which means long-fur squirrels become more and more common on the second island. Meanwhile short-fur squirrels persist on the first island. Maybe the long-fur squirrels get bigger, too, because that helps retain body heat. Eventually, the two populations could become different enough that they could be described as separate species. The ancestor form still exists, only in a different environment than the new form. The process of evolution (depending on the type of organism) typically takes many thousands of generations at the least. Therefore it is not something scientists can directly observe in most species, because they reproduce too slowly. Except bacteria. Bacteria reproduce very rapidly—in hours instead of years—and evolution (the appearance of brand new traits that never before existed) in bacteria has been directly observed in the laboratory. We have lots and lots of very good evidence for evolution. That is why most people who understand what it is, accept it. Creationist sources almost never represent evolution accurately. Instead they misrepresent it and then show how their misrepresentation is wrong. Or, they spend time poking holes in specific parts of they theory of evolution, but never provide any evidence for creationism. Find out for yourself. Only, you can’t do it from creationist sources, because they are not reliable sources about the other side of the debate. Many, many people understand and accept evolution while still maintaining a deep faith in a creator. See for yourself. Be honest about what you find. Good luck. (Whoa. I wrote you a book here… hope you read it. And check out the links!)
Never forget who created this mess.
THAT DOESN’T LOOK LIKE A VAGINA.
This looks like it was a meat market for ignorant white people.
Cabbage babies, looks like. Cabbage babies in seal-flipper-sized woman hands. You win, Russia.
Eh, the Voynich Manuscript did it first.
Good job Benny! Nice one.
You can’t buy his artwork! Come on.
“You’re a pretty decent person, eh? Close to perfect, eh? Don’t break no laws, eh? Pay your bills on time, eh? Wersh your hands every time, eh? Give your seat up to old people, eh? How about that, eh? EH EH EH EH EH EH EH EH EH EH EH EH EH EH EH EH EH EH EH EH EH EH EH EH EH EH EH EH EH EH EH *you combust*” I’m American but I’m all aboot Canada. Love you guys!
Oh, Republicans see racism in everything but themselves. And they think it’s whites who are the victims. Whatevs.