In certain villages in Romania, it is common for people to be trained in the traditional art of vampire slaying. Children are taught at a very young age the traditional methods to defend yourself from undead nightstalkers, and they have very specific and unorthodox burial rituals to prevent dead loved ones from reviving themselves as vampires and escaping their graves to wreak havoc on the living. Safe to say, Romania is either collectively extremely paranoid and delusional, or an entire country populated entirely by badasses.
This is sugar under a microscope. The jagged edges can literally tear your veins as it passes through your bloodstream which is a very real threat to people with diabetes who tend to have high blood sugar (as blood also passes through your kidneys which also filter out excess sugar, it can rip apart those as well hence why diabetics tend to have kidney issues). Henry Ford accidentally saw sugar under a microscope and immediately swapped to a no-sugar diet.
We're in the middle of a sixth major extinction event, the Holocene. Marine species are becoming extinct thirty-three percent quicker than before humans existed, and certain organisms are being discovered and destroyed so quickly science hasn't even had time to give them names.
The eye socket is a bony cup that surrounds and protects the eye. The rim of the socket is made of fairly thick bones, while the floor and nasal side of the socket is paper thin in many places. A fracture is a broken bone in the eye socket involving ...
When The Empire Strikes back was first released, it face tons of backlash from both critics, and fans alike. People were asking why the Rebels were getting their buts kicked despite blowing up the Death Star, and the “I am your father” twist was seen by many as moronic.
And one of George Lucas’ concepts for a Star Wars Sequel was Luke training an apprentice. Said apprentice, would have been female.