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Пешите мне, и я помогу вам приручить единоргода! :)

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"Я бы хотела, чтобы все вы нашли свою идеальную пиццу."

- Молли.
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tedx:

birdandmoon:

‘Cause we are living in a bacterial world, and I am a bacterial girl.
(Not to mention protists, archaea, fungi and mites!)
Original comic here.

For more on the bacteria that keeps us company, watch Professor Jessica Green’s TEDxPortland talk, "Good germs make healthy buildings":


Every human being that walks into a building — in one hour they contribute 37 million bacteria to the air. That’s as many bacteria as the number of people that are currently living in the state of California.

In her work, Jessica studies the way microbes — bacteria, viruses, and other tiny organisms — travel in and out of modern architecture, hoping to discover the best way for humans to live with (and love) their microbes:

“Our bodies, just like any ecosystem, rely on our microbes to survive. Our microbes protects us from germs and pathogens; they allow us to get nutrients from our food; and they also boost our immune system. And recent evidence suggests that they even influence our moods — our levels of stress and anxiety and depression.”

So anytime you’re feeling alone, think of your microbes, and watch Jessica’s talk.

tedx:

birdandmoon:

‘Cause we are living in a bacterial world, and I am a bacterial girl.

(Not to mention protists, archaea, fungi and mites!)

Original comic here.

For more on the bacteria that keeps us company, watch Professor Jessica Green’s TEDxPortland talk, "Good germs make healthy buildings":

Every human being that walks into a building — in one hour they contribute 37 million bacteria to the air. That’s as many bacteria as the number of people that are currently living in the state of California.

In her work, Jessica studies the way microbes — bacteria, viruses, and other tiny organisms — travel in and out of modern architecture, hoping to discover the best way for humans to live with (and love) their microbes:

Our bodies, just like any ecosystem, rely on our microbes to survive. Our microbes protects us from germs and pathogens; they allow us to get nutrients from our food; and they also boost our immune system. And recent evidence suggests that they even influence our moods — our levels of stress and anxiety and depression.”

So anytime you’re feeling alone, think of your microbes, and watch Jessica’s talk.

Source: birdandmoon
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Zweiteiler: Für das Plakat zur Wiederaufführung der italienischen Komödie “Schade, daß du eine Kanaille bist” zum zehnten Jahrestag seiner Urauffühung 1964 wieder in die deutschen Kinos kam, konnte der Atlas Filmverleih für das Plakat den Grafiker Heinz Edelmann gewinnen, der in den sechziger Jahren durch Illustrationen in der Kultzeitschrift “Twen” ein Star der internationalen Grafikszene war.

design-is-fine:

Zweiteiler: Für das Plakat zur Wiederaufführung der italienischen Komödie “Schade, daß du eine Kanaille bist” zum zehnten Jahrestag seiner Urauffühung 1964 wieder in die deutschen Kinos kam, konnte der Atlas Filmverleih für das Plakat den Grafiker Heinz Edelmann gewinnen, der in den sechziger Jahren durch Illustrationen in der Kultzeitschrift “Twen” ein Star der internationalen Grafikszene war.

(via design-is-fine)

Source: einestages.spiegel.de