If anyone finds me a Haven download I’ll gif the shit out of tonight’s episode.
Here it is http://sharesix.com/ffhfrh53lcyc
i don't know how to change the profile pic of tumblr. I am a dummy..
"I’m like a cat. I’m very good at climbing trees. And then the minute that I get up there, I don’t… I have no idea what to do. I wanna get down, but I don’t know how to do that. So I create an emergency situation to get out of it." Gail to Holly
"Next time I say I’m dying to see you, let’s keep it metaphoric.”
Which episode is this?
I love Brax! But.. He’s got the ugliest hairstyle.
Sam Swarek + Coloring outside of the lines
Lol… show this to Frank!
Every time Sam worked with Andy, Sam got into trouble. 1st time he met Andy, she blew his cover. Then, the prisoner got loose. Sam’s cover blown again and tortured. Jerry died. And more to come in season 4 finale. So Sam, focus on your work and not on the girl!
2 out of 4 people who have inspired me in the last decade are facing serious charges. They have become zeros from being heroes. Lance is facing doping charges and Oscar is facing pre-meditated murder charges. Oh and I’d better not forget Valentino Rossi had to face tax avoidance charges. I need to re-assess my character judgement skills. Nevertheless, they are still heroes to me in their own specific ways. Oscar will always be an inspiration to me and millions. I really hope that he is able to pull through and use this incident as a positive energy to further his charity work. I hope he helps Reeva’s family get through the tough time of losing their daughter. For Lance… I am still confused. He is an inspiration as well as a manipulator. I don’t know what to think about him anymore. Now I just have to wait and see if David Cook is going to do something crazy.. haha…
Photo: Displaced people bathe at a water pump in a camp outside Sittwe in Rakhine state. Myanmar 2013 © Kaung Htet
Eight months after deadly communal clashes broke out in Myanmar’s Rakhine state, tens of thousands of people are still unable to access urgently needed medical care.
MSF calls on government authorities and community leaders to ensure that all people of Rakhine can live without fear of violence, abuse and harassment, and that humanitarian organizations can assist those most in need.
“It is among people living in makeshift camps in rice fields or other crowded strips of land that MSF is seeing the most acute medical needs,” said Arjan Hehenkamp, MSF general director. “Ongoing insecurity and repeated threats and intimidation by a small but vocal group within the Rakhine community have severely impacted on our ability to deliver lifesaving medical care.”
A joint team of scientists from The New York Stem Cell Foundation (NYSCF) Laboratory and Columbia University Medical Center (CUMC) has developed a technique that may prevent the inheritance of mitochondrial diseases in children. The study is published online today in Nature.
Dieter Egli, PhD, and Daniel Paull, PhD, of the NYSCF Laboratory with Mark Sauer, MD, and Michio Hirano, MD, of CUMC demonstrated how the nucleus of a cell can be successfully transferred between human egg cells. This landmark achievement carries significant implications for those children who have the potential to inherit mitochondrial diseases.
Mitochondria are cellular organelles responsible for the maintenance and growth of a cell. They contain their own set of genes, passed from mother to child, and are inherited independently from the cell’s nucleus. Although mitochondrial DNA accounts for only 37 out of more than 20,000 genes in an individual, mutations to mitochondrial genes carry harmful effects.
Mitochondrial disorders, due to mutations in mitochondrial DNA, affect approximately 1 in 10,000 people, while nearly 1 in 200 individuals carries mutant mitochondrial DNA. Symptoms, manifesting most often in childhood, may lead to stunted growth, kidney disease, muscle weakness, neurological disorders, loss of vision and hearing, and respiratory problems, among others. Worldwide, a child is born with a mitochondrial disease approximately every 30 minutes, and there are currently no cures for these devastating diseases.
“Through this study, we have shown that it should be possible to prevent the inheritance of mitochondrial disorders,” said Egli, PhD, co-author of the study and an Senior Researcher in the NYSCF Laboratory. “We hope that this technique can be advanced quickly toward the clinic where studies in humans can show how the use of this process could help to prevent mitochondrial disease.”