BraveHeart writes "Researchers have long known that mammals, including humans, lack a key enzyme — one possessed by most of the animal kingdom and even plants — that reverses severe sun damage. For the first time, researchers have witnessed how this enzyme works at the atomic level to repair sun-damaged DNA. 'Normal sunscreen lotions convert UV light to heat, or reflect it away from our skin. A sunscreen containing photolyase could potentially heal some of the damage from UV rays that get through.'"
Ditto with my using Appriver for my company.
The trilogy of always on instant gratification erodes young minds at an alarming rate. Turn off the electricity, take away the smart phone, plant a garden, go camping, go to the library, don't treat them like quail eggs, and your kids will rebound at a very brisk, healthy rate. Been there, done that with my kids. No more anxiety, no more cutting - presto chango.
Dont' you mean "humans suck in space"? I'm pretty sure I saw Asians and Black people in the cast.
He did, and absolutely NO mention of frickin' laser beams attached to their frickin' heads.
You are unclear on the concept of pirating. When pirates take these ships, they are counting on their ability to still travel. A ship with a fouled prop is useless.
This is just a spun story courtesy of twitter's marketing dept. I call BS.
Probably not. Most enlisted guys cannot afford S4s.
Bill Gates could buy 100 of these rockets. A bit of perspective.
THAT, boys and girls, is how you do Space.
Come to think of it, I don't even turn off my Blackberry when they ask to "turn off all wireless devices". It's a BS notion, anyway.
...but my bottle of Ozarka will F*** YOU UP.
We all know that fiber optics were first discovered aboard the crashed UFO at Roswell!
Sounds like Dallas, except for the beaches part.