When a group of scientists say they’re about to make a major announcement, you expect they’re going to unveil a cure for cancer, a way to reverse ageing, or some snazzy new pill that makes Amy Schumer stop talking about her
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Egyptian scientist Dr Ahmed Shafik was a respected urologist who performed the world’s first ever bladder transplant in 1967, and at the time of his death in 2007 he had written more than 1000 scientific articles. But did you know he also liked to play dress up games with rodents?
When you see this cute video of a chicken with a weird prosthetic tail you might wonder if all scientists have a weird obsession with putting things on animals. So let’s take a look at another clip to see if you can figure out what’s going on here.
If you were found by a police officer standing next to a four year old child with a bloody nose, that cop’s probably gonna have a few questions for you, especially if you try to alleviate the situation by stuffing that child’s nose with strips of pork because you claim it’ll save their life.
Do you suffer from chronic Asthma? Then why not ask your local physician to prescribe you a daily dose of kick-ass rollercoasters?
There are many things a scientist would like to be known for, but I’d wager that a reputation for watching animals take a leak is not one of them.
You might think that the best job in the world would be to stroke kitty cats all day long at get paid for it, but did you know it might make you crazy?
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