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Oct 25, 2011 science chick commented on Mommas Don't Let Your Boys Grow Up To Be Oral, Rectal, or Penile Cancer Victims, Cervical Cancer Vectors.
@18, yeah, I really expected Dan to mention that.
Oct 12, 2011 science chick commented on I, Anonymous.
I agree with #1
Sep 20, 2011 science chick commented on Savage Love.
@2: I agree. The term "earlabia" is indeed sick and disgusting.
Aug 10, 2011 science chick commented on I Would Like You to Know My Name.
Thank you for, yet again, being brave... brave enough to share this with us. I wish you the very best that life can offer you, after having to endure the worst that can be endured. Thank you.
Jul 15, 2011 science chick commented on Harry Potter: A Retrospective.
#10, you fucking made me laugh. A lot.
Jun 30, 2011 science chick commented on Drunk of the Week.
Seeds... sun is different than warmth. Word.
Jun 13, 2011 science chick commented on Stupid Fucking Anti-Vaccine Hippies.
@54:
"As the world is made more toxic by humans do humans need to introduce humans to more toxins to make humans more resistant to toxins?"
If this is a reference to vaccines, well, then, you don't know how vaccines work. They have nothing to do with toxins. They are a way of "showing" your immune system a pathogen so it will "remember" that pathogen the next time you encounter it and fight it off so that you don't get "sick" with it. You only get the outward manifestation of the illness the first time you're infected with a particular pathogen; vaccination is a way of bypassing the getting sick part but still getting immunity from it. So it doesn't have anything to do with toxins.
If that's not what you meant, well then, can't help ya, because what you said doesn't make sense.
Jun 9, 2011 science chick commented on Stupid Fucking Anti-Vaccine Hippies.
#25 FTW
Jun 9, 2011 science chick commented on Dear Science.
As you say Jonathan,these types of cancers are SO rare, and their incidence isn't increasing despite the fact that everydamnone in the known universe has a cell phone glued to his/her head... wouldn't the incidence be going up if there was some sort of causative relationship? You'd think so...
May 28, 2011 science chick commented on Dear Science.
Excellent choices! I agree with HOUSE, they definitely show the dynamics of scientific inquiry very well. And GATTACA is one of my favorite movies. Nice job again Science.
 

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