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Kirsten. 22. Bad at the internet.

unexplained-events:

Top picture: 1987 Dr. Zbigniew Religa monitors his patient’s vitals after a 23 hour long heart transplant surgery. His assistant is asleep in the corner. Photograph taken by James Stanfield.

Bottom picture: His patient who survived and actually went on to outlive Dr. Religa.

Dr. Religa was also the first surgeon to graft an artificial valve using materials from human corpses. He lead a team that completed the first successful heart transplantation in Poland. Him and his team obtained the Brusseis Eureka award for developing an implantable pump for a pneumatic heart assistance system.

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unexplained-events:

Top picture: 1987 Dr. Zbigniew Religa monitors his patient’s vitals after a 23 hour long heart transplant surgery. His assistant is asleep in the corner. Photograph taken by James Stanfield.

Bottom picture: His patient who survived and actually went on to outlive Dr. Religa.

Dr. Religa was also the first surgeon to graft an artificial valve using materials from human corpses. He lead a team that completed the first successful heart transplantation in Poland. Him and his team obtained the Brusseis Eureka award for developing an implantable pump for a pneumatic heart assistance system.

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by portraitsofboston:
“I’m sitting here in the center of American education, and I’m thinking that there’s a lot more to life than the life in the mind. We’re leaving out a lot of the spiritual and wisdom side of American education today. Not much wisdom, a lot of information; not feeding the soul; feeding the mind, and the body, and the business of education; not learning about life and how to be happy and fulfilled. That’s what I’m thinking about.”

by portraitsofboston:

“I’m sitting here in the center of American education, and I’m thinking that there’s a lot more to life than the life in the mind. We’re leaving out a lot of the spiritual and wisdom side of American education today. Not much wisdom, a lot of information; not feeding the soul; feeding the mind, and the body, and the business of education; not learning about life and how to be happy and fulfilled. That’s what I’m thinking about.”

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idontwantthisanymuchmuchmore:

 

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idontwantthisanymuchmuchmore:

 

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idontwantthisanymuchmuchmore:

 

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idontwantthisanymuchmuchmore:

 

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Lenticular clouds over Mount Fuji, Japan. These are stationary lens-shaped clouds that form at high altitudes, usually perpendicular to the direction of the wind.

Lenticular clouds over Mount Fuji, Japan. These are stationary lens-shaped clouds that form at high altitudes, usually perpendicular to the direction of the wind.

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j4ya:

beben-eleben:

Chocolate Solar System

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j4ya:

beben-eleben:

Chocolate Solar System

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