Posted 26 May 2011 - 10:48 PM
submitted 1 day ago by BigfuckingJilm
There is no destination...
There is only the journey...
Posted 27 May 2011 - 06:35 AM
When you take a photo of an animal with a tapetum or shine a light in their eyes (think about when you're driving at night and an animal is caught in your headlights) their eyes appear to light up incredibly, but it is just the light from the light source reflecting back.
The kids in work get to learn about it in Yr8, I do a cow's eye dissection with them and you can find the tapetum as beautiful bluey-green layer with a sort of mother or pearl 'glow'
People actually use the tapetum to hunt spiders at night with their torches...
Posted 27 May 2011 - 07:56 AM
That some politician forgot all the promises he made
And he's raising the dead in the graveyards
Where we've laid down our dreams
His name is Hope
Posted 27 May 2011 - 08:04 AM
Did most people do animal dissection in school? I never did, I think it was only the A level Science students.
Yeah, we had to do a rat, everyone had their own and it was kept in a plastic bag after you finished ready for the next time. I kept the tails for years after.
It was a totally useless exercise unless you wanted to become a surgeon as it was mainly to teach disection skills.The anatomy could have been taught with maybe one disected and everyone having a look.
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