Deadpool so done with this shit
Wolverine and the X-men: 36# Battle of the atom
Exencephaly, Pseudocephaly, and Anencephaly
In exencephaly, the brain is formed without the brain casing - the cranium. It is generally missing the forebrain (the prefrontal lobe), but is otherwise mostly formed. Despite this, the spinal cord is rarely formed with the brain, as there is a disconnect between the telencephalon and the hindbrain during very early development, and only the midbrain is formed.
In pseudoencephaly (a term rarely used in medicine nowadays), the midbrain and spinal cord are formed, but the forebrain is not.
In anencephaly, the most common of the three conditions, the brain and spinal cord are only tiny specs of what they should be. Curiously, despite them being a literal extension of the brain, the eyeballs sometimes fully form, though with no receptors to process the information they receive, even if the fetus were to survive, they would not see anything.
Human Monstrosities, Part IV. Barton Cooke Hirst and George A. Piersol, 1893.
As the nights get darker, look no further than our latest item. Take a glance in this fascinating art journal, the ‘Anatomia Humani Corporis’, ultimate Renaissance anatomical sketchbooks – scientific masterpieces with lucid insights into the functioning of the human body.
*devil went down to georgia playing in the distance*
I bet that was a haunting refrain.
Too bad this violin WON’T MAKE ANY FUCKING SOUND BECAUSE IT’S NOT A FUCKING HOLLOW INSTRUMENT SO YOU CAN HEAR THE SOUND AFTER IT RESONATES… Eh it could be electric but that’s kinda not artsy
I am honestly annoyed by all the people saying it is not a real violine. fyi it’s an electric violine so here you have a video to hear the sound:
just klick on the quader
Life ScienceThe project is forcing the biological tissue into a relatively pleasant, sometimes artificial scenarios contemplating issues of materialism, erotica and mortality, corresponding with the complicated and intriguing category of “Animal reminder” in the visual arts.