“While testing the effects of Ammonium hydroxide and timing on small mice, it was discovered that once certain mice have died due to accidental overdoses during the testing, the neurons of the brain were still sending signals to one another. This process continued for up to four hours after the time of heart failure. This study have scientist believing that although the body may not be able to output any signals or information at the time of what we know as death, it may be able to both hear and comprehend any information, including sounds and touch.
This discovery is largely due to the finding that once the heart is unable to pump blood throughout the body, many of the bodies’ organs simply begin to shut down due to lack of oxygen. However the brain is a relatively stable organ and is able to survive much longer than any other organs without oxygen due to the nature of its structure and composition.”
It’s crazy to me to see things like the picture below.
I’ve never had a friend last longer than 4 years, and seeing Patrick and Travis be friends for so long, with how busy they both are and excetra, it just makes me so happy.
So everyones doing this and I decided I should take 5 minutes to type one up myself.
Things I was into this year:
The Dark Knight
10% of the music that came out [ because only 10% of it was actually good. ]
Even before Let the Right One In was released in cinemas, Cloverfield director Matt Reeves had signed to write and direct an English language remake for Overture Films and Hammer Films. Hammer Films acquired the remake rights at the 2008 Tribeca Film Festival and Overture films plans to release the film in 2009. Alfredson has been reported as saying that he is not happy that the film is being remade, saying that “Remakes should be made of movies that aren’t very good, that gives you the chance to fix whatever has gone wrong” and expressing concern that the end result would be too mainstream. Lindqvist, in contrast, is excited that Reeves will be adapting the book from scratch rather than merely copying the original film and that the end result could be quite different.
I heard this was an amazing film. Just was randomly looking at the DIA’s website and found out they were playing Let the Right One In at their theatre!
Thing is, I’m not fond of sub titles all too much, but since Reeves is probably going to be remaking it in English, it makes me so happy. And we all know that Cloverfield ruled, so this remake probably will too.