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28th July 2014

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UN Calls for Immediate Gaza Cease-Fire →

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28th July 2014

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UN Warns of Alarming Malnutrition Rates in Somali Capital →

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28th July 2014

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Koreas Mark 61st Anniversary of War Armistice →

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28th July 2014

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Israel Resumes Gaza Shelling; UN Security Council to Meet →

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27th July 2014

Photo reblogged from The Nature Conservancy with 199 notes

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Let the light take you places this weekend.

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Let the light take you places this weekend.

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27th July 2014

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What’s up with “you and I” and “you and me”?

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Let’s see:

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The short answer is no. It should have been “you and me.”

Here’s the long answer:

This topic deals with subject pronouns and object pronouns.

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Therefore, if “you and I” are performing the action, it should be “you and I”:

  • You and I are best friends.”
  • You and I are supposed to work together.”
  • You and I crossed the finish line at the same time.”

(TIP: Never use “you and I” at the end of a sentence.)

If “you and I” are receiving the action, it should be “you and me”:

  • "The teacher picked you and me as study partners.”
  • "My parents will give you and me a ride to school today.”
  • "John promised to take you and me to Disneyland.”

(TIP: Never use “you and me" at the beginning of a sentence.)

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Anon, we’re glad that you trusted your instincts to find out whether the song lyrics were grammatical.

After all,

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Sorry, Niall.

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27th July 2014

Photo reblogged from NBC News on Tumblr with 258 notes

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 They’re multiplying: Second ‘black hole’ found in Siberia
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It appears that gaping hole discovered deep in Siberia isn’t the only one: Locals have encountered a second crater, smaller but otherwise almost exactly like the first. 
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They’re multiplying: Second ‘black hole’ found in Siberia

(Photo: AP)

It appears that gaping hole discovered deep in Siberia isn’t the only one: Locals have encountered a second crater, smaller but otherwise almost exactly like the first. 

Continue reading

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27th July 2014

Link reblogged from science in a can with 172 notes

http://sciencesoup.tumblr.com/post/92874719564/meiosis-all-somatic-cells-are-produced-through →

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Meiosis

All somatic cells are produced through mitosis, which is the process of cell division that we’ve already talked about. But sex cells, or gametes, do not replicate and divide this way—they go through a similar but distinct process called meiosis. This is because they have to remain…

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27th July 2014

Link reblogged from science in a can with 232 notes

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The Origin of Genetic Variation

Mutations in the nucleotide sequences are the original source of genetic variation, causing different versions of alleles to exist. Once we have these differences, alleles can then be reshuffled, like a pack of cards, in order to produce the variation that makes…

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27th July 2014

Photoset reblogged from Scientific Illustration with 437 notes

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North American wild flowers, By Walcott, Mary Vaux, 1860-1940 Abbot, C. G. (Charles Greeley), 1872-1973 Walcott, Mary Vaux, 1860-1940 on Flickr.

Publication info Washington, D.C.,Smithsonian Institution,1925 [i.e. 1925-1928]
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