Learned this in pathophysiology today...
Most people know about the rod and cone structure of the retina in the eye. The cones see colors while the rods see light reflecting off objects. The more rods you have, the less light you need bouncing off an object to see it. In other words, more rods = better night vison.
One of the changes in the eye caused by aging is a decrease in rods (but not cones). If you don't have enough rods, you need an object to be lit up more
Our Savior Christ Jesus has proclaimed many things concerning the "end times"--and He has proclaimed them to inspire faith in our lives.
35 Jesus said to them, “I am the bread of life; he who comes to Me will not hunger, and he who believes in Me will never thirst.
36 “But I said to you that you have seen Me, and yet do not believe.
37 “All that the Father gives Me will come to Me, and the one who comes
So I think I'm gonna start updating my blog with cool things that I learn in pharmacy school. Our emphasis in biochemistry this semester is DNA and RNA. Fun fact for the day: If a DNA molecule were translated into string, it would be 26 miles long! Not only that, but putting DNA into the normal cell nucleus is equivalent to cramming said 26-mile-long string into a tennis ball! Cool, huh?
I use Linux which is an alternative to Windows. It at one time had a reputation for not being easy, but it is very user friendly. Any one else use Linux out there?
Bricks and Mortar
Laying bricks upon another
Mortar in between;
One stone placed upon the other;
Realization of a dream.
Built according to design,
Blueprint at the ready;
Guided by each dot and line
Progression's sure and steady.
Though storms and setbacks interfere
Or funds run very low,
The workers need to persevere