Donald Ingber explains how taking an undergraduate sculpture course while learning how to culture cells led to an unexpected breakthrough in understanding cellular construction. He believes an open mind for serendipity correlates to innovations in a diverse range of fields — from the “lung-on-a-chip” to “DNA origami.”
Idon´t get it (as usual with this jewish cult/religion). But this?
I read ‘they’ want to make the previous pope a saint…
On the 30th april 2001 he signed the letter ‘Motu Proprio Datae Quibus Normae De Gravioribus Delictis’, meaning: all cases of sexual mis-use of children by Catholic personel should be transferred to the Congregation of the Faith study of the Vatican and should be held secret. (via)
Just after all this commotion world-wide around this sexual mis-use …
Actually I changed my mind … I don’t think they get it yet.
- the most expensive wedding ever - the most viewed web-feed ever - almost 1/3 of all humans on this planet watched the wedding - 300 tweets/second about the wedding (10% of ALL tweets contained ‘wedding’) - 700.000 FB status updates ‘wedding’
Royalty is still a powerful force in this world 200 years after the Anciene Régime. Celui qui n’a pas vécu au dix-huitième siècle avant la Révolution ne connaît pas la douceur de vivre.
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