Our God, is an amazing Creator.
He created the Elysia chlorotica (or the eastern emerald elysia in layman’s terms): This sea slug can perform photosynthesis. In its juvenile stage, the mollusk begins to feed upon algae–stealing the chloroplasts from the algae and assimilating it into its own DNA (which gives the mollusk its green tint), until the slug has collected enough chloroplasts to perform its own photosynthesis, being no longer reliant upon the algae. I guess the designers of Pokémon are not the only ones who created an animal-plant hybrid. Continue reading
The elven archer had slayed the red dragon. Only to be swallowed by the beast within.
2. Dwarf Greed
Beautiful was the flawless diamond found within the dwarven mine. Oh, how great was the covetous fire, engulfing with topaz inferno and onyx smoke within that dwarven mine.
Then, one patient among many—flue, measles, cancer—lying in a white hospital bed, infected with a disease. Now, one world, one disease, one fairness; one thirst—brains! Continue reading
It’s October, which means that it’s “Zombie Awareness Month.” So the question is, ‘Are you ready for the Zombie Apocalypse?’ If the answer is no, then I’m doing my civic duty by helping you be ready. Here is a list of ten ways to prepare yourself for this upcoming disaster:
Food, water, first aid kits, flashlights, batteries, TOILET PAPER—any necessity that you will need an abundance of. (Shampoo and deodorant are optional.) And of course—Weapons! Lots and lots of weapons: machetes, baseball bats, crowbars, shovels, sledgehammers, hedge trimmers, (anything really that you can use to kill a zombie), and guns—big guns, little guns, guns-guns-guns! And BULLETS! Lots and lots of bullets! Continue reading