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A bandaging class at Tredegar House, 1906.

Science Museum: Medicine brought to life - a history of objects, people, techniques and technologies. interactive and unusual.

Female Samurai Warrior: Ganbatte! がんばって ! One Of The "Onna-Bugeisha:, Female Samurai Warrior Of The Upper Bushi - SAMURAI Class - Feudal Japan, Late 1800’s. Ganbatte! がんばって!#samurai #bushi #female #femalesamurai #japan

30 Badass Women That Changed The World We Live In Today -- One Of The Onna-Bugeisha, Female Samurai Warrior Of The Upper Bushi (Samurai), Class In Feudal Japan (Late

Dave Asprey is considered a guru of the biohacking movement. Asprey has helped develop a prototype HEG (Hemoencephalography ) neurofeedback device that helps train the brain, and he also uses a soliton laser which helps with healing. (via SFChronicle)

'Biohackers' mining their own bodies' data

Lord Disick

Baroque Fashion: This is a picture of "Lord Disick" from the tv show The Kardashians. While this jacket is being warn today, its design was influenced from Baroque and made to look like it was from that time.

Bat Green River Formation - I have dug at the Green River Formation, (Wyoming) many times....Love it!!

This inch long bat is the most primitive bat known (Eocene Green River Fm). Claws on each finger of its wings indicate it was probably an agile climber and crawled along and under tree branches searching for insects.

Patrick Kennedy: "A Neuroscience 'Moonshot': Rallying a New Global Race for Brain Research"

Patrick Kennedy, a tireless advocate for biomedical research and for people struggling with brain-based illnesses, highlighted his.

On Friday night I launched “A Fearsome Engine” in Manly, Sydney;