This is actually pretty cool
I had 4 years of Honors Science in high school, I applied (and was accepted) to top universities as a Chem major, I took 300-level Physics as an elective, I'm struggling with the study sheet for a 4th grade science test.
Electricity's not that important though, right? ;)
The tree is blocking my view of the Earth blocking my view of the moon. 🌙
I hadn't heard about this latest controversy.
You just have a dirty mind. Science wins.
I think this is so cool. I posted something a long time ago about male cells found in mother's brains.
See? "I want to squeeze his face!" and "I could just eat her up!" are not just sayings.
I cannot tell you how much I love this dude.
So cool. Makes me wish I stayed with my original plan of being a science major. P.S. It's all your mom's fault.
"...stress is a big suppressor of maternal behavior,” she says. “We see it in the animal studies, and it’s true in humans. So the best thing you can do is not to worry all the time about whether you’re doing the right thing. Keeping the stress level down is the most important thing. And tactile interaction — that’s certainly what the good mother (rats) are doing with their babies. That sensory input, the touching, is so important for the developing brain.”
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