posted on Jul, 14 2013 @ 03:39 AM
At first all the cells in the embryo are identical. Then, the cells begin to clump together. And also, become different from each other. How does this
happen? With no thought, no central coordination, how do cells that start off identical, know to become, say, skin, while others become part of an
And the feedback loop creates us all in one way, form, shape or another.
Oh hey OP. Didn't notice you there. I was learning about things. She's my shepherds pie - mashed up potato such a sweet surprise. Tastes so good
makes a grown wino cry, sweet shepherds pie...
Wait, none of this is right at all.. what is this?