You feel it when you look at the this clip.
(Thanks Pier!) (Via)
-15º is what you feel here outside today when the wind is blowing on your cheeks. An opportunity to show you these photo’s of snowflakes by Kenneth Libbrecht who recently won the Lennart Nilsson Award.
After seeing these, you cannot deny any longer that the world is designed.
It could all be true in the nearby future.
Chinese researchers found a way to create a living data storage system in the DNA of bacteria:
“A single gram of E. coli cells could hold up to 900,000 gigabytes (or 900 terabytes) of data, meaning these bacteria have almost 500 times the storage capacity of a top of the line commercial hard drive”
Told it once and I’m telling it again: everything is programmed. Ninininininini.