Sometimes you need to set yourself free. #goodvibes #gay #gayman

Sometimes you need to set yourself free. #goodvibes #gay #gayman

I have days where I feel like gold. #goodmood #goodvibes #gay #gayman #happy

I have days where I feel like gold. #goodmood #goodvibes #gay #gayman #happy

griseus:

this is a baby redspotted catshark (Schroederichthys chilensis) still in its egg case. He’s not ready to hatch, is still in 4 stage of 6 stage of development.
by the way, the first layers were removed to show the embryo, this does not affect the development of the shark
video Camila rayen Barría Cárdenas

griseus:

this is a baby redspotted catshark (Schroederichthys chilensis) still in its egg case. He’s not ready to hatch, is still in 4 stage of 6 stage of development.

by the way, the first layers were removed to show the embryo, this does not affect the development of the shark

rhamphotheca:

Interstellar chemical resembles building blocks of life
Newfound molecule has branched structure akin to amino acids’
by Beth Mole



A cold cloud of gas and dust near the center of the galaxy may create the molecular ingredients for life.
By searching the cloud called Sagittarius B2, researchers found the first branched organic chemical discovered in interstellar space: isopropyl cyanide. Its branched structure resembles that of many amino acids, fundamental components of life on Earth that link together to form proteins. The discovery, reported in the Sept. 26 Science, hints that compounds essential to life may arise in the mass of molecules between the stars before making their way to Earth and other planets.
(via: Science News)
photo: ESO/APEX, MSX/IPAC/NASA

rhamphotheca:

Interstellar chemical resembles building blocks of life

Newfound molecule has branched structure akin to amino acids’

by Beth Mole

A cold cloud of gas and dust near the center of the galaxy may create the molecular ingredients for life.

By searching the cloud called Sagittarius B2, researchers found the first branched organic chemical discovered in interstellar space: isopropyl cyanide. Its branched structure resembles that of many amino acids, fundamental components of life on Earth that link together to form proteins. The discovery, reported in the Sept. 26 Science, hints that compounds essential to life may arise in the mass of molecules between the stars before making their way to Earth and other planets.

(via: Science News)

photo: ESO/APEX, MSX/IPAC/NASA