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But all you have to do is look at these (very real) original endings to tales Disney sanitized to be thankful for their protection, and baffled that they chose to adapt such horrifying stories to begin with ... The Jungle Book: Everybody Dies The Disney Happy Ending: Hell: Exothermic or Endothermic? 1, April 28, 2010 by jonathanturley This answer to a college chemistry exam was sent to me recently and restores my faith in the new generation of college students.
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I’ve just found a remarkable 1963 study [pdf] from the Archives of Opthalmology in which 24 blind participants took LSD to see if they could experience visual hallucinations.
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The book is full of experiments so outrageous (Ignite your own phosphorus sun in a globe filled with pure oxygen! Make your own shotgun ammo by pouring molten lead off the roof! Heat a hot tub with 500 pounds of quicklime!) Behind the gorgeous photos of each experiment, there is solid science explained in clear, accessible language with a little dash of humor that made Theo's monthly PopSci column so popular. Photos. Kortneyspaeth. BranchOut sur Facebook. BranchOut sur Facebook. BranchOut sur Facebook. 10 Retro Heroes You Should Know About: Pics, Videos, Links, News. Anagrams. Video. "Premakes" Up! (1965) Kurt Vonnegut at the Blackboard. Voices in Time I want to share with you something I’ve learned.
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