10 Stunning Pictures Of Unborn Animals In The Womb
Amazing Animation of a Fetus Growing in the Womb
An Fx studio’s Video production showing human development from a sperm to a baby. This video performs you the process of a fertilized egg to a baby in 3D!! Excerpt from French documentary L’Odyssee de la Vie. …Explanations – After sexual intercourse, sperm travels through the cervix and uterus and into the Fallopian tubes. Conception usually takes place in the outer third of the Fallopian tube. A single sperm penetrates that egg and a joining of the genetic information occurs. This resulting single cell is called a zygote.
The zygote spends the next few days traveling down the Fallopian tube and rapidly multiplying the number of cells through division. A mulberry-like mass, like a hollow rubber ball, 1/100 inch wide, results from the cell division.
This ball of cells in the Fallopian tube is called a morula.
The embryonic stage begins on the 15th day after conception and continues until about the 8th week, or until the embryo is 1.2 inches in length.
Week 3 we see the formation of the heart, the beginning development of the brain and spinal cord, and the beginning of the gastrointestinal tract.
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Channel: Wise Wanderer
Published: 2017-01-08 03:48:21
22 Creepiest Photobombs
These 22 very creepy things found in photos will have you checking selfies from scary sharks to mysterious people in the background.
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11. Lurking Beneath
10. Locked Out
9. Celebrity Photobomb
8. Say Cheese
7. Bride and Ghoul
5. Stingray wants to play
4. Shark Bait
3. The Double Bomb
2. A Lost Soul
1. Haunted Lake
Channel: American Eye
Published: 2016-08-17 19:46:31
Fetal development from 1 week to 40 weeks in mother womb || pregnancy week by week
After fertilization and implantation, a baby is at first just an embryo: two layers of cells from which all the organs and body parts will develop. Growing quickly, your baby is soon about the size of a kidney bean and constantly moving. The heart is beating quickly and the intestines are forming. Your budding son or daughter’s earlobes, eyelids, mouth, and nose are also taking shape.
At the beginning of the second trimester, babies are about 3 1/2 inches long and weigh about 1 1/2 ounces. Tiny, unique fingerprints are now in place, and the heart pumps 25 quarts of blood a day. As the weeks go by, your baby’s skeleton starts to harden from rubbery cartilage to bone, and he or she develops the ability to hear. You’re likely to feel kicks and flutters soon if you haven’t already.
Babies weigh about 2 1/4 pounds by the start of the third trimester. They can blink their eyes, which now sport lashes. And their wrinkled skin is starting to smooth out as they put on baby fat. They’re also developing fingernails, toenails, and real hair (or at least some peach fuzz), and adding billions of neurons to their brain. Your blossoming baby will spend his or her final weeks in utero putting on weight. At full term, the average baby is more than 19 inches long and weighs nearly 7 pounds.
Every week brings new developments when you’re expecting. Your baby’s changing day by day, and your body is keeping pace with developments of its own. Find out what’s going on, inside and out, with this week-by-week pregnancy calendar guide.
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Published: 2017-03-27 10:14:29
10 Reasons Why Babies Kick In The Womb
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10. Does a baby who kicks more mean it’s healthier? Many think so, but that’s not necessarily true. Many times, even very quiet babies are just as healthy, if not healthier.
9. A baby’s kick also can tell how healthy the mom-to-be is. If the mom smokes or is tired or stressed, it can affect the baby’s movement and kicking pattern.
8. The best way to jump start a baby inside a mom is for her to lie on her left side. This will increase the baby’s circulation. And when a baby’s circulation is doing well… let the outrageous kicking begin.
7. Another way to get your baby to kick is to be around something noisy. It may kick because it likes the sound or may be scared of it. And, since a baby’s eyes are not fully developed, a bright light shining at mom’s belly will usually get it kicking… trying to get away from it.
6. Baby will also do a kicking number when mom indulges in sweets, like candy, chocolate and ice cream.
5. When mom does a work out and gets all energized, so will baby, and the kicking will commence. So Zumba away if you want to feel your baby respond.
4. Baby also knows when mom is in bed resting or sleeping. And if baby is not ready to rest, mom will feel it with a kick. A simple touch of the belly as acknowlegement could calm the baby down… or not.
3. If mom gets busy, baby may be just as busy, but mom may not feel it. But she typically will when she takes a break and puts her feet up for a minute. Also, if mom is shocked by something, adrenaline will flow through her and go to the baby. It will quickly react to that.
2. An old wives tale suggests babies who are extra active are more hyperactive when they are born. A study, though inconclusive, indicates there may be some truth to that old tale, especially when those children reach 1 to 2 years old.
1. Babies inside the womb can hear their mom’s and dad’s voices, and distinguish between them. And the baby can react to the inflections in those voices by kicking and trying to move toward the direction of those voices. Babies become very used to these voices every day.
Channel: HRT Knowable
Published: 2017-05-26 04:34:44
22 COLORIZED HISTORICAL PHOTOS MAKE THE PAST SEEM VERY REAL
These Colorized Historical Photos Make The Past Seem VERY Real.
Marina Amaral is fascinated with history; one way she is bringing the past back to life is with the use of Photoshop. Amaral restores old photos originally shot in black and white and gives them color.
The artist researches the time, fashion, and even seeks professional experts in order for the images to look and feel as authentic as possible. Marina feels the new color updates changes our relationship to events. “It is a complex process able to transport us to anywhere. When we look at the photo in color, we can easily have the feeling that we are living that moment again,” explains Amaral.
1. A portrait of American actress and Princess of Monaco Grace Kelly.
2. A boy’s catch in Russell, New Zealand, 1915.
3. President John F. Kennedy and First Lady Jacqueline Lee Bouvier.
4. The Kennedy brothers: Robert F., Ted and President John F. Kennedy.
5. Lee Harvey Oswald was the sniper accused of assassinating President John F. Kennedy on November 22, 1963.
6. Wounded soldiers helped by the 5th and 6th Engineer Special Brigade on Omaha beach on June 6, 1944, D-Day.
7. Three unemployed men on a San Francisco street in 1939.
8. French boys viewing a German Panther tank on August 25, 1944.
9. The Canadian infantry in Campochiaro, Italy. The Germans left their snipers active while they retrieved as the Canadian troops were advancing on them on November 11, 1943.
10. British Prime Minister Arthur Neville Chamberlain on his return from his meeting with Hitler in Germany. Standing at the Heston airfield in London on September 24, 1938, Chamberlain discussed the terms for what came to be known as the Munich Agreement.
11. Broad Street in New York City, 1905.
12. A store owner in the market square in 1939, Waco, Texas.
13. A wounded Cambodian fighter from the Danh Son Huol ethnic group is taken to a hidden hospital, in the Viet Cong area on September 15, 1970.
14. British Prime Minister Sir Winston Churchill and first person to be made an honorary citizen of the United States.
15. U.S. Mail Service pilot William C. Hopson in 1926. The pilot was modelling his winter uniform used for flying in the open cockpit.
16. The World War II flying machine; the B-26 Marauder was often referred as the Widowmaker after the high number of accidents during takeoff and landing.
17. American soldiers of the 703rd Tank Destroyer Battalion in a pit near Marigny, France.
18. Confederate General during the Civil War, Robert E. Lee.
19. The 16th President of the United States, Abraham Lincoln in 1860.
20. The father of psychoanalysis Sigmund Freud. The Austrian researched cerebral palsy, aphasia, and microscopic neuroanatomy.
21. President Herbert Hoover’s dog King Tut making his night rounds on the White House with police officer W.S. Newton.
22. A French boy greeting the Indian troop stationed in Marseille, France in 1914.
Channel: Perfect Life
Published: 2016-03-16 12:32:05