Human body is heavenly
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Human body ingredients. Everything, every element that exists, everything we are composed of was created in the death of a star. We are literally made of star stuff.
We are star stuff - human body ingredients - please note that they have used % of mass in the human body, making H present only by laughable 9.5%. Had they used % based on total number of atoms present, H would be top this info graphic and I feel would give more accurate picture
"We are Stardust" is not just a line from a Joni Mitchell song. There is solid science behind this statement. 90% of the elements found in the human body, and on Earth (except for Hydrogen & Helium) were formed at the heart of a collapsing star.
What is the human body comprised of? We are all star stuff - human body ingredients
Human body ingredients. We are made of star stuff. My view we only stardust
We Are Star Stuff - human body ingredients #Science
We are star dust, Components of the human body
Applied Science for Health Professionals
Blood Vessels In The Human Body
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Blood vessels inside the Human Body. Although each square inch of human skin consists of twenty feet of blood vessels, they are not distributed evenly inside the body. Check out the brain, lungs, liver and stomach, and of course the finger tips. Facts about blood: http://www.skygaze.com/content/facts/body.shtml #anatomy
Blood Vessels In The Human Body. This is why head wounds bleed so much. #science #biology #brain #arteries #photo
Vasos sanguíneos del cuerpo humano preservados por plastinación.
A model of the blood vessels in the human body, via AsapSCIENCE.
Here's a model of all the blood vessels in the human body
Model of the blood vessels in the human body
Todos los vasos sanguíneos del cuerpo humano
Science. Blood Vessels In The Human Body
Circulatory System | Blood vessels
Scientific Illustrations - Nerdcore
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You can call it bones and blood and muscle. Or you can call it holy. Either way, the body is a home, ready to welcome you inside.
Jacques Fabien Gautier d'Agoty: Anatomie générale des viscères et de la névrologie, angéologie et ostéologie du corps humain (1754)
Skeleton. Jacques Fabian Gautier d'Agoty: Anatomie generale des viscères en situation, de grandeur et couleur naturelle, avec l'angeologie, et la nevrologie de chaque partie du corps humain
Victorian skeleton and spinal cord anatomy guide with insert for brainstem
Jacques Fabian Gautier d'Agoty: Anatomie generale
Jacques Fabian Gautier - vintage illustration
Skeleton and spinal cord anatomy
Skeletal Anatomy illustration
15 Beautiful Microscopic Images from inside the human body- This one : Sperm on the surface of a human egg - Environmentalgraffiti
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Sperm on the Surface of a Human Egg Heres a close-up of a number of sperm trying to fertilize an egg.
ASTOUNDING MICROSCOPY PICS | Sperm on the Surface of a Human Egg Heres a close-up of a number of sperm trying to fertilize an egg.
Sperm on the surface of a human egg So that's a picture of me in the process.
Human Body Microscopic Picture - Sperm Trying to Fertilize a Human Egg
Honey I'M Home!! Sperm on the surface of a human egg
13. Sperm on the surface of a human egg
This image shows a rather sizable object removed from the human body: the sharp end of a safety pin juts out of a calculus lump, which has formed around the foreign body whilst inside the bladder. Here, the human body and the foreign body have 'fused' in the form of this unusually large, protective calcium deposit. A 'Vesical Calculus' is commonly known as a bladder stone. UCL Medical Collections.
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This image shows a rather sizable object removed from the human body: the sharp end of a safety pin juts out of a calculus lump, which has formed around the foreign body whilst inside the bladder. Here, the human body and the foreign body have 'fused' in the form of this unusually large, protective calcium deposit. A 'Vesical Calculus' is commonly known as a bladder stone. UCL Medical Collections. Looks like a duck to me ^^^^
Incredible pictures from inside our body - Bacteriophage a type of virus that infects and replicates within bacteria.
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T4 bacteriophage via Scanning electron microscope. The most detailed I have ever seen! This is so freaking amazing.
T4 bacteriophage via electron microscope Bacteriophage - These bacteria-infecting viruses, phages for short, are the most abundant life-form on the planet, their number far exceeding that of stars in the universe. Trillions inhabit each of us. Photograph by Department of Microbiology, Biozentrum, University of Basel/Photo Researchers, Inc All Images Colorized
Mind Blown: Real Image of T4 bacteriophage (a virus) via electron microscope....... Find this quite frightening! A nasty little alien that looks just as aggressive as anything I've ever seen!!
Microscopic Images @MicroscopePics · Mind Blown: Real Image of T4 bacteriophage (a virus) via electron microscope.
Mind Blown: Real image of a T4 bacteriophage - a virus that replicates inside of bacteria - under an electron microscope.
Mind Blown: Real Image of T4 bacteriophage (a virus) via electron microscope. Are aliens real? Yup- they come from INNER-Space!!!!
Real Image of T4 bacteriophage (a virus) via electron microscope. #Biology #Science
Nature can be simply amazing; this isn't one of those times!?! WTF?
T4 bacteriophage virus via electron microscope.
Limits of the Human Body - writing reference material
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Limits of the Human Body by Soda Pop Avenue Credit goes to SPA, but I wanted this here for a writer’s reference. This way we know exactly how far we can push our characters
The Limits of the Human Body | I do often forget some of these, which bothers me when I want to force something on a character... or have them do something incredibly stupid...
Credit goes to SPA, but I wanted this here for a writer’s reference. This way we know exactly how far we can push our characters ;)
Limits of the Human Body by Soda Pop Avenue http://sodapopave.com/soda-pop-ave/2013/10/21/the-limits-of-the-human-body
Limits of the Human Body. In case I need to make a character suffer.
The limits of the human body. Need to verify this information.
Human Body Facts
These revolutionary new images come from GE’s new CT scanner that can render 3D images of the human body. These GIFs come directly from images scanner by that machine, and they are absolutely incredible.
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GE Makes Marvelous GIFs Of The Insides of Our Brains And Bones And Hearts | Co.Create | creativity + culture + commerce
Doctors at a Florida hospital get up close to bones, organs and veins, without making a single cut.
EN IMAGES. Le corps humain comme vous ne l'avez jamais vu - Sciences et Avenir
These GIFs Show the Freakishly High Definition Future of Body Scanning | TIME
Hell yeah, science: http://www.theverge.com/2015/1/11/7527809/ge-ct-scanner
Body of Knowledge: New Machine Can See Bones, Organs in Stunning Detail
Incredibly high definition body scans (gif) by the newest technology
Incredible CT Scans Show What's Happening Inside A Body In Motion
New CT Scan Images From GE Show Unprecedented Level Of Detail
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Vintage 1970 Color MUSHROOMS Print Double-sided Original Book PLATE 129 130 Beautiful Aqua Blue Mushroom Forest Nature to Frame.
Human Tooth This is an image of a piece of dentine acquired using a scanning electron microscope.
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Human Tooth This is an image of a piece of dentine acquired using a scanning electron microscope. LOOK INTO MICROSCOPIC IMAGES AND THE PATTERNS
A piece of dentine with dentinal tubules from human tooth, after demineralization using etching with 37% phosphoric acid for 15 seconds !!..
A piece of dentine with dentinal tubules from human tooth, after demineralization using etching with 37% phosphoric acid for 15 seconds and 10% sodium hypochlorite for 1 minute.
Human Tooth This is an image of a piece of dentine acquired using a scanning electron microscope. Dentine is the hardest substance in the human body.
Human Tooth: This is an image of a piece of dentine acquired using a scanning electron microscope. Although the teeth do not consist of tissue commonly found in other bones, the teeth are considered, but not counted as, bones and are a member of the skeletal system. Made of enamel and dentin; enamel is the strongest substance in your body.
Human Tooth This is an image of a piece of dentine acquired using a scanning electron microscope. It shows the dentinal tubules viewed after demineralization using etching with 37% phosphoric acid for 15 seconds and 10% sodium hypochlorite for 1 minute. The colors were obtained by mixing the signals of secondary and backscattered electrons. The mixing is performed using the software FEI Company. Courtesy of FRANCISCO RANGEL
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James Sowerby's "Mineral conchology of Great Britain, or, Coloured figures and descriptions of those remains of testaceous animals, or shells which have been preserved at various times, and depths in the earth." (1812-1846). The final parts were produced by his son James De Carle, with the help of George Brettingham. When complete, the published work contained 650 colored plates, each with a letter-press description, in seven volumes.
Plate 014, 1810-1845, Pattern Plates for the Mineral Conchology of Great Britain.
Plate 014 by Hopkins Rare Books, Manuscripts, & Archives, via Flickr
shells poster | Hopkins Rare Books, Manuscripts | flickr
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Vintage Book Page - Shells
Pituitary Gland Blood Vessels
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Pituitary gland blood vessels....Through production of its hormones, the pituitary gland controls metabolism, growth, sexual maturation, reproduction, blood pressure and many other vital physical functions and processes.
Micrografía electrónica de barrido (SEM) de un molde de resina de los vasos sanguíneos en la glándula pituitaria
Pituitary gland blood vessels The human body is amazing!
Pituitary gland blood vessels, SEM false colour image.
Pituitary gland blood vessels www.nipon-scope.com
#pituitary #gland #blood #vessels #human #body
Pituitary gland blood vessels, SEM
blood clot under microscope
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Red blood cells (erythrocytes) trapped in a mesh of fibrin threads. Fibrin, a tough, insoluble protein formed after injury to the blood vessels, is an essential component of blood clots.
Blame the Bugs: How Stealth Pathogens Are Making You Fat, Tired, and Brain Dead - Ben Greenfield Fitness - Fat Loss, Performance And Nutrition Advice
red blood cells trapped by fibrin threads Fibrinogen is an insoluble protein made by the liver and floats around in the blood. It is converted to fibrin by thrombin, a clotting enzyme, at bleeding sites.
Blame the Bugs: How Stealth Pathogens Are Making You Fat, Tired, and Brain Dead | Ben Greenfield Fitness
Blame the Bugs: How Stealth Pathogens Are Making You Fat, Tired, and Brain Dead - Fitness, Fat Loss And Performance - Ben Greenfield Fitness
Bloodclot 1024x1024 - Various things under the microscope
Red blood cells (erythrocytes) trapped by fibrin threads
A blood clot shown under an electron microscope.
Skin cross-section, showing the epidermis, dermis, perichondrium, elastic cartilage, a myelinated nerve fiber, and a muscular artery. Colorised SEM X160.
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Skin in cross-section, showing the epidermis, dermis, perichondrium, elastic cartilage, a myelinated nerve fiber, and a muscular artery. The skin or integument accounts for about 15% of the human body weight. Although various pathogens affect the skin, it also prevents the entry of many to the body's interior.
Skin cross-section, showing the epidermis, dermis, perichondrium, elastic cartilage, a myelinated nerve fiber, and a muscular artery. Colorised SEM X160. #skin_layers #skin_cross-section
☤ MD ☞☆☆☆ Skin cross-section, showing the epidermis, dermis, perichondrium, elastic cartilage, a myelinated nerve fiber, and a muscular artery. Colorised SEM X160.
epidermis sem | Cross section of human skin. (SEM)
Villi of small intestine
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Villi in the small intestine increase the surface area of the gut, which helps in the absorption of food. Look closely and you’ll see some food stuck in one of the crevices
The Human Body, At Microscopic Levels. Slightly Terrifying, But You Won’t Be Able To Look Away....
15 Microscopic Images from Inside the Human Body [photography] | Amazing Data
Microscopic Images from Inside the Human Body - Villi of small intestine
Villi of small intestine. Wierd I know, I love the colors and texture.
25 Pictures of the Human Body Under an Electron Microscope | EgoTV
Human Body Microscopic Picture - Villi of Small Intestine.
15 Beautiful Microscopic Images from Inside the Human Body
fatty cells of the human body
Sciatic nerve. The sciatic nerve is the longest and widest single nerve in the human body, running from the top of the leg to the back of the foot.
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Sciatic nerve. The sciatic nerve is the longest and widest single nerve in the human body, running from the top of the leg to the back of the foot
Sciatic nerve. The sciatic nerve is the longest and widest single nerve in the human body, running from the top of the leg to the back of the foot. Of particular interest to me as mine frequently has hissyfits!
Sciatic nerve. longest and widest single nerve in human body, top of leg to back of foot
Paul Clarke is having trouble with two herniated discs and sciatic nerve pain... :(
Sciatic nerve. This stuff seriously wigs me out.
Sciatic nerve cross section
Sciatic nerve, SEM
6 day old human embryo
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Incredible Microscopic Image of a Human Embryo... And the cycle of life begins: this 6 day old human embryo is beginning to implant into the endometrium, the lining of the uterus.
Colored image of a 6 day old human embryo implanting. I find the beginning of a life so interesting/beautiful.
A human embryo implanting, six to seven days after fertilization. I call this the baked potato stage.
6 day old human embryo implanting - coloured Credit: Yorgos Nikas. Wellcome Images email@example.com
Microscopic Images @MicroscopePics 6 day old human embryo after implanting
Scientists alter genomes of human embryos In highly controversial research that some view as crossing an ethical line, Chinese scientists have edited the genomes of human embryos, Nature reports. The study, published online in the journal Protein & Cell, details how the researchers used the genome-editing technology CRISPR-Cas9 on “non-viable” embryos in an attempt to alter the gene responsible for a potentially lethal blood disorder. After encountering obstacles with the technique and “off-target” mutations, the team stopped the process. About a month ago, rumors of the research swirled, stirring calls by some for a moratorium on such genetic engineering of human embryos.
15 Beautiful Microscopic Images from Inside the Human Body
6 day old human embryo implanting. Science, bitches!
Embrión humano de 6 días de vida.
What Makes Humans Special? by scientificamerican: HALLMARK TRAITS of the human body did not all arise anew in our species. Instead they emerged piecemeal in our forebears over millions of years. Many of these traits seem to have helped support two defining trends in our evolution: upright locomotion and tool use. #Infographic #Human_Body #Evolution
What Makes Humans Special? - Scientific American