Golden days

I wish I could have a time machine , sometimes I wish I could rewind the time and can go in the past , not to change anything but to enjoy some moments and phase all over again .. 💞😍

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When I was in school, I used to believe that college days are really fun.. But then I have joined the college and thought that university life is more chilled , then after coming to university I thought once I will get the degree, the life ahead is full of scopes , possibilities , fun and lots of joy .. 😍😍
But now I have became a post graduate and turned 22 , now I am seeing life in a whole different way .. And Now I JUST WANNA RUN BACK TO THOSE “HAPPY SCHOOL DAYS” Period .. So .. Sometimes we became so busy in focusing on future that we have forgot to enjoy this moment , this present moment ..
So enjoy Now , Have fun now , Do it now .. Cuz no perfect time ever gonna come to you .. All you have to do is just take this moment and make it perfect ..


One day He will ..

One day, he’s going to know. He’ll know your birthday, your middle name, where you were born, your star sign, and your parent’s names. He’ll know how old you were when you learned to play violin, how your grandparents passed away, how many pets you had, and how much you hated going to school. He’ll know your eye colour, your scars, your laugh lines, and your birthmarks. He’ll know your favourite book, movie, candy, food, pair of shoes, colour, and song. He’s going to know why you wake up in the middle of the night most nights, He’s going to know your phobias, your dreams, your fears, your wishes, and your worries. He’s going to know about your first heartbreak, your dream wedding, and your problems with your mother. He’ll know your strengths, weaknesses, laziness, energy, and your mixed emotions. He’s going to know about your love for all things salted caramel, your dream of being a vet when you were five, your need to sing along to every song you know, and your fears of growing older. He’ll know your bad habits, your mannerisms, your facial expressions, and your laugh like it’s his favourite song. The way you chew, drink, walk, sleep, and kiss. He’s going to know that you’ve already picked out wedding flowers, baby names, name plate design for the Home, bridesmaid dresses, and the colour of your bedroom walls. He’s going to know, get annoyed at and then accept that you leave clean clothes out for days, get scared ordering at a store, have to organise your Books by genre, and check your horoscope… just in case. He’ll know your McDonald’s order, how you don’t like sugar in your coffee, how many scoops of ice cream you want, and that you don’t like sandwiches unless they’re toasted. He’s going to know how you feel without telling him, when you’re holding in a laugh, and that you’re crying without shedding tears. He’s going to know all of it. Everything. You, from top to bottom and inside out. From learning, from sharing, from listening, from caring. He’s going to know every single thing there is to know, and you know what else? He is still going to love you.

— He’ll Know / Love ❤😊

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The mysterious powers of spider silks :Study brings ‘Spider-Man’ tech a step closer to biomedical applications

Spider silks, the stuff of spider webs, are a materials engineer’s dream: they can be stronger than steel at a mere fraction of weight, and also can be tougher and more flexible. Spider silks also tend not to provoke the human immune system. Some even inhibit bacteria and fungi, making them potentially ideal for surgery and medical device applications. Exploitation of these natural marvels has been slow, due in part to the challenges involved in identifying and characterizing spider silk genes, but researchers from the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania have now made a major advance with the largest-ever study of spider silk genes.

As they report today in an advance online paper in Nature Genetics, Penn scientists and their collaborators sequenced the full genome of the golden orb-weaver spider (Nephila clavipes), a prolific silk-spinner that turns out to produce 28 varieties of silk proteins. In addition to cataloguing new spider silk genes, the researchers discovered novel patterns within the genes that may help to explain the unique properties of different types of silk.
“There were so many surprises that emerged from our study: new silk genes, new DNA sequences that presumably confer strength, toughness, stretchiness and other properties to silk proteins; and even a silk protein made in venom glands rather than silk glands,” said senior author Benjamin F. Voight, PhD, an associate professor in the departments of Genetics and Systems Pharmacology and Translational Therapeutics. “All this new information should greatly advance our efforts to capture the extraordinary properties of these silks in human-made materials.”
Even though spider silks have been studied for more than 50 years, earlier foundational work had identified only a comparative handful of spider silk genes. Even recent work from species with smaller silk repertoires than the golden orb-weaver’s were incomplete. To find all of the silk genes hidden across the golden orb-weaver’s genome — the veritable “lab rat” of spider silk science — required the construction of the entire genome, a daunting task in itself.

In the new study, Voight and his colleagues began with the herculean task of sequencing and reassembling the genome of the golden orb-weaver: a task comparable to solving a multimillion-piece jigsaw puzzle, with few clues as to how these pieces fit together.
In the golden orb-weaver’s genome — which turns out to be about as large as the human genome — the researchers identified more than 14,000 likely genes, including 28 that appear to encode spider silk proteins, known as spidroins.

Spidroins have been classified into seven categories according to their protein sequences and functions; these categories include aciniform silk for wrapping prey (and tying down partners for mating); and the super-strong major ampullate silk from which spiders (and Spider-Man) swing while at work. However, some of the newly discovered spidroins have sequences that do not fit neatly into any of these categories, suggesting that the encoded silk proteins may have novel functions, or that the existing categories need to be redefined.

An extensive computational analysis of the orb-weaver’s spidroin genes revealed nearly 400 short sequences — many never before described — that appear repeatedly in these genes with small variations and in different combinations. These repetitive spidroin “motifs” are of great interest to biologists and engineers because they are likely to confer the key properties of a given spider silk, such as high-tensile strength, flexibility, or stickiness. The analysis also revealed novel, higher-order organizations of these motifs into groups of motifs (“cassettes”) and groups of groups (“ensembles”).
News Source : Science daily 

Some people talk to animals , not many listen though , that’s the problem : 

God loved animals and created forests, Man loved animals and created cages 🌴🌿🐯🐻

If you care about animals, support animal rights..

Instead of fighting for a bigger cage, fight for no cage at all 🐯🐻🔬

Want to shoot animals? use cameras.. Not guns ..

They only serve for mankind 😊#Savethem#UniteforAnimals

Let’s bring a change. .

Animals are such agreeable friends―they ask no questions, they pass no criticisms.

Some species are slipping away, can’t we help them in some way?


Stop Attacks on Rare Native Wildlife : 

Congress, in its wisdom, passed the Endangered Species Act as a safety net to ensure that our actions do not cause the extinction of other native species with overwhelming bipartisan support. I stand with the vast majority of Americans in support of the Endangered Species Act, which for decades has done an excellent job of preventing the extinction of native plants and wildlife. The law wisely requires decisions be made on the basis of the best available science, not politics. Despite this wild success, and the increasing need to protect imperiled species from extinction in the face of a rapidly changing climate, habitat destruction and fragmentation, and other serious threats, attacks on the Act are increasing. These attacks do not represent the American people who overwhelmingly support protecting our nation’s most imperiled wildlife. Instead, the assaults are led by anti-environmental factions seeking to shelter the environmentally destructive actions of a privileged few. The Endangered Species Act and the agencies charged with implementing the law must be protected from blatant political meddling.

I urge you to protect our rare native wildlife by blocking any and all harmful policy riders on unrelated legislation that prematurely strip protections, prospectively block protections or defund the agencies charged with implementing the law. The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and National Marine Fisheries Service must be allowed to do their jobs. Rare native species like the greater sage grouse, lesser prairie chicken, and gray, red and Mexican wolves should receive protections so long as the science demonstrates they are necessary. I expect you to fully fund the agencies that protect our wildlife and their habitats. And I expect you to protect our most imperiled native species.

Science and not politics must guide the decisions made to recover imperiled species to healthy and secure populations. Anti-environmental extremists in Congress must not be allowed to dictate which species survive, based on the whims of their campaign donors.

I call on you to stand strong in defense of the Endangered Species Act, and champion science, not politics, as the appropriate decision-making tool for guiding our efforts to prevent extinction of our most vulnerable native species. Please be a vocal opponent of any and all anti-ESA riders, and keep me informed of your efforts to protect the Endangered Species Act from Congressional tampering.


“Well , who has a snake tattooed across his shoulder anyway ?”

Sam had never regretted the decision before,but as the ink moved across his shoulders and began to tighter itself around his neck, regret seeped into his mind.

A butterfly would never have done this .
“Don’t worry . It won’t hurt “

New moon : 

He opened the door, seeing her sitting at the couch scrolling through her phone .

He gulped & took a deep breath ,

“Hey” he said quietly , She looked up at him with blank eyes .
“Can we talk ?”
She just looked back down at her phone .
“About yesterday .

I …. I .. Want to .. I guess .. I was wrong .”

She sighed & stood up ,

“I’m really not in the mood to talk”

She grabbed her coat & shrugged it on.

“Look , I’m really sorry for the outburst”

“I’m going for a walk .Don’t wait up .”
& then she was gone .
When the door again opened again six hours later , he shot up from his seat & heard a few thumps .

He walked to the hallway & saw her flumbling with her shoes, trying to remove it .

Obviously , She is drunk .
“Where have you been .?”

He asked .

“Out” she replied .

When she realised she wasn’t going to win against the shoes , She just let her head fall back on the wall and took a deep breath .
“Let Me help you.”

He moved towards her but she raised a hand .

“You’ve done enough helping .

“Then she stood up , one feet bare & askew “I’m tired of you helping me ”

“Can we have this conversation when you’ve sober .?”


“No , you wanted to talk .

We’ll talk now . Now is all you get ”
He looked at her , looked into her eyes & saw the determination in it , But most of all , he saw the hurt that he put in there .
“You are an asshole . You think that whatever you are doing to not hurt me is going to work when it won’t .! You still hurt me ! ”
“I’m sorry ”

He whispered .

“That’s also what you’ve said last time . Aren’t you tired of apologizing .? ”

He kept silent .
“Well , I’m tired of hearing you apologize & I’m so tired of forgiving you .”
Then comes the tears .

“I’m just really tired of every thing ”

She fall down to the floor & sobbed .

He walked towards her , falling down to his knees in front of her .

He reached for her hands & pulled her close to him .
“If you want , you can rest .

Just tell me .

I’ll let you go . If you want .”
She gripped his shirt & pull him to her .

“No.. please don’t let me go.”
He smiled a bit & held her ” then I won’t .”

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