She was banished from the garden because she demanded to be treated as equal to adam. Eve was then made from his rib so that she would be submissive since she was made of him rather than created new like he was.
She sounds ight to me
Well he is Humanity’s Strongest Soldier, Levi Heichou…
episode 25 in a nutshell
You had one job!
…a species of confuciusornithiform bird that lived in Early Cretaceous China. Like other members of Confuciusornithidae E.zhengi possessed both shafted and non-shafted feathers and was capable of flight, it probably acted similar to modern birds. E.zhengi was smaller than the famous Confuciusornis it also had longer legs and lacked a pierced deltopectoral crest on the humerus.
AIDS Vaccine Candidate Appears to Completely Clear Virus from the Body in Monkeys
Sep. 11, 2013 — An HIV/AIDS vaccine candidate developed by researchers at Oregon Health & Science University appears to have the ability to completely clear an AIDS-causing virus from the body. The promising vaccine candidate is being developed at OHSU’s Vaccine and Gene Therapy Institute. It is being tested through the use of a non-human primate form of HIV, called simian immunodeficiency virus, or SIV, which causes AIDS in monkeys. Following further development, it is hoped an HIV-form of the vaccine candidate can soon be tested in humans.
These research results were published online today by the journal Nature. The results will also appear in a future print version of the publication.
Striped icebergs are quite a view. They can form a couple different ways. Blue stripes occur when layers of ice melt and refreeze so fast that no bubbles — which scatter light to give icebergs their white appearance — are created. If the water that freezes is rich in algae, the bands may appear green. Black, brown, and yellow striations are created by sediments picked up by a glacier as it runs down a mountain into the ocean.
though usually hidden to the human eye, naturally occurring marine biofluorescence can be seen under certain wavelengths of light (like ultraviolet), which causes the cells of the organisms seen here to absorb the light — and some of the photon’s energy — and then emit back a now less energetic light that consequently has a longer wavelength and thus a different colour.