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faineemae:

"You plagiarized a sentence in an essay? Expelled & we’ll make it hard for you to enroll into another school ever again."

"You raped and assaulted a student on campus? You can come back to school."

fuck the education system

Hey that’s how those liberals roll.

No you muslim woman about to be stoned to death because you got raped.

No you muslim woman about to be stoned to death because you got raped.

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americanconservativeandpatriot:




THE DEMOCRATS ARE SYSTEMATICALLY DESTROYING THIS GREAT COUNTRY OF OURS.  WAKE UP, AMERICA !
americanconservativeandpatriot:




THE DEMOCRATS ARE SYSTEMATICALLY DESTROYING THIS GREAT COUNTRY OF OURS.  WAKE UP, AMERICA !
neurosciencestuff:

Glucose ‘control switch’ in the brain key to both types of diabetes
Researchers at Yale School of Medicine have pinpointed a mechanism in part of the brain that is key to sensing glucose levels in the blood, linking it to both type 1 and type 2 diabetes. The findings are published in the July 28 issue of Proceedings of the National Academies of Sciences.
“We’ve discovered that the prolyl endopeptidase enzyme — located in a part of the hypothalamus known as the ventromedial nucleus — sets a series of steps in motion that control glucose levels in the blood,” said lead author Sabrina Diano, professor in the Departments of Obstetrics, Gynecology & Reproductive Sciences, Comparative Medicine, and Neurobiology at Yale School of Medicine. “Our findings could eventually lead to new treatments for diabetes.”
The ventromedial nucleus contains cells that are glucose sensors. To understand the role of prolyl endopeptidase in this part of the brain, the team used mice that were genetically engineered with low levels of this enzyme. They found that in absence of this enzyme, mice had high levels of glucose in the blood and became diabetic.
Diano and her team discovered that this enzyme is important because it makes the neurons in this part of the brain sensitive to glucose. The neurons sense the increase in glucose levels and then tell the pancreas to release insulin, which is the hormone that maintains a steady level of glucose in the blood, preventing diabetes.
“Because of the low levels of endopeptidase, the neurons were no longer sensitive to increased glucose levels and could not control the release of insulin from the pancreas, and the mice developed diabetes.” said Diano, who is also a member of the Yale Program in Integrative Cell Signaling and Neurobiology of Metabolism.
Diano said the next step in this research is to identify the targets of this enzyme by understanding how the enzyme makes the neurons sense changes in glucose levels. “If we succeed in doing this, we could be able to regulate the secretion of insulin, and be able to prevent and treat type 2 diabetes,” she said.

neurosciencestuff:

Glucose ‘control switch’ in the brain key to both types of diabetes

Researchers at Yale School of Medicine have pinpointed a mechanism in part of the brain that is key to sensing glucose levels in the blood, linking it to both type 1 and type 2 diabetes. The findings are published in the July 28 issue of Proceedings of the National Academies of Sciences.

“We’ve discovered that the prolyl endopeptidase enzyme — located in a part of the hypothalamus known as the ventromedial nucleus — sets a series of steps in motion that control glucose levels in the blood,” said lead author Sabrina Diano, professor in the Departments of Obstetrics, Gynecology & Reproductive Sciences, Comparative Medicine, and Neurobiology at Yale School of Medicine. “Our findings could eventually lead to new treatments for diabetes.”

The ventromedial nucleus contains cells that are glucose sensors. To understand the role of prolyl endopeptidase in this part of the brain, the team used mice that were genetically engineered with low levels of this enzyme. They found that in absence of this enzyme, mice had high levels of glucose in the blood and became diabetic.

Diano and her team discovered that this enzyme is important because it makes the neurons in this part of the brain sensitive to glucose. The neurons sense the increase in glucose levels and then tell the pancreas to release insulin, which is the hormone that maintains a steady level of glucose in the blood, preventing diabetes.

“Because of the low levels of endopeptidase, the neurons were no longer sensitive to increased glucose levels and could not control the release of insulin from the pancreas, and the mice developed diabetes.” said Diano, who is also a member of the Yale Program in Integrative Cell Signaling and Neurobiology of Metabolism.

Diano said the next step in this research is to identify the targets of this enzyme by understanding how the enzyme makes the neurons sense changes in glucose levels. “If we succeed in doing this, we could be able to regulate the secretion of insulin, and be able to prevent and treat type 2 diabetes,” she said.

kv96ic28:

How the Islamic religion conducts the stoning to death of women.  The reasons behind the stoning of women vary.  Usually it is because of the following;
The woman was raped.
THe woman had an affair with a man / not her husband.
The woman did not wear the proper clothing.
The woman “disgraced” a man in public.
This is what the feminists should get upset about.  Not something like the ability to get birth control, or whether or not enough women are portrayed in popular movies.  

kv96ic28:

How the Islamic religion conducts the stoning to death of women.  The reasons behind the stoning of women vary.  Usually it is because of the following;

The woman was raped.

THe woman had an affair with a man / not her husband.

The woman did not wear the proper clothing.

The woman “disgraced” a man in public.

This is what the feminists should get upset about.  Not something like the ability to get birth control, or whether or not enough women are portrayed in popular movies.  

mediumaevum:

  1. Ottonian crown on display at Essen’s cathedral treasury, ca. 1100. Long believed to be the infant crown of king of Romans Otto III
  2. Long called the Crown of St. Louis and thought to have been made in Paris, the Crown of Liège, acquired by the Louvre in 1947, is now known to be a Mosan piece (late 13th century)
  3. Crown of Elizabeth Kotromanic (born ca. 1339) in Zadar, given by Louis I of Hungary

poorrichardsnews:

The Lid has spent a little time collecting some information about 20 times Hamas has used civilians as human shields (The first ten are here, the second ten are here) Here are a few examples:

On July 15th Washington Post correspondent William Booth, reporting from Gaza, wrote:

At the Shifa Hospital in Gaza City, crowds gathered to throw shoes and eggs at the Palestinian Authority’s health minister, who represents the crumbling “unity government” in the West Bank city of Ramallah. The minister was turned away before he reached the hospital, which has become a de facto headquarters for Hamas leaders, who can be seen in the hallways and offices.

There are also reports of Hamas using reporters as human shields. For example, the Japanese daily Mainichi’s correspondent in Gaza reported on Monday:

Hamas criticizes that “Israel massacres civilians”. On the other hand, it tries to use evacuating civilians and journalists by stopping them and turning them into “human shields”, counteracting thoroughly with its guerrilla tactics…

Hamas’s “Human Shield” strategy is also aimed at foreign journalists…

poorrichardsnews:

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Imagine this scenario: you’re out protesting what you believe to be the bad guy when the supposed good guy begins firing missiles at you! That’s exactly what happened in Israel today.

from Times of Israel:

Several thousand left-wing activists gathered in Tel…

fuck-liberal-morons:

No tolerance for terrorists… Nuke Gaza.

seriouschild

fuck-liberal-morons:

No tolerance for terrorists… Nuke Gaza.

seriouschild

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