Pic related, it's someone on their actual death bed. She's had echoes, lots of ekgs, ultrasounds, 24hr and 48hr monitor and a 30 day event monitor tests yet they still can't figure out what is going on with her heart…. Click here to see how this is done. Like, I use a wheelchair due to EDS and because I'm not walking most of the time I don't need to use splints on my ankles or the braces on my knees any more. Yeah, I get it, I was 15 once too, but this is disgusting. Do I have to walk around in my knickers for you to see my bones??? People who have a lot of those specific illnesses are not even close to being totally disabled and usually they aren't fatal barring accidents, snow flakes mistakes the moment you say heart problems, dislocated, or paralyzed, people who aren't familiar with that specific condition freak out and pile on the sympathy.
Suicide isn't a fucking game unless you're playing Russian Roulette and social media "likes" don't magically make things better. She used to free fly the other birds but they have been tossed aside and trapped in their cages since the macaws. They shouldn't post their roleplaying publicly if they don't want to face the consequences of doing so. I was obsessing over rock stars and still do. She was trying to get help the only way she thought she could.
A snowflake is a single ice crystal that has achieved a sufficient size, and may have amalgamated with others, then falls through the Earth's atmosphere as snow. Archived from the original on 22 December California Institute of Technology.
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Although nearly-identical snowflakes have been made in laboratory, they are very unlikely to be found in nature. Complex shapes emerge as the flake moves through differing temperature and humidity zones in the atmosphere, such that individual snowflakes differ in detail from one another, but may be categorized in eight broad classifications and at least 80 individual variants. They are listed in the following main categories with symbol: The International Classification for Seasonal Snow on the Ground describes snow crystal classification, once it is deposited on the ground, that include grain shape and grain size. Archived PDF from the original on Retrieved 16 February The Story of Snow. The Routledge History of American Foodways. Journal of the Faculty of Science. The microenvironment in which the snowflake grows changes dynamically as the snowflake falls through the cloud and tiny changes in temperature and humidity affect the way in which water molecules attach to the snowflake. Although snowflakes are never completely symmetrical, a non-aggregated snowflake often grows so as to exhibit an approximation of six-fold radial symmetry. Archived from the original on The Colors of Light". The shape of the snowflake is determined broadly by the temperature and humidity at which it is formed. Ukichiro Nakaya developed a crystal morphology diagram, relating crystal shape to the temperature and moisture conditions under which they formed, which is summarized in the following table: The shape of a snowflake is determined primarily by the temperature and humidity at which it is formed. Many more complex growth patterns also form such as side-planes, bullet-rosettes and also planar types depending on the conditions and ice nuclei. The particles that make ice nuclei are very rare compared to nuclei upon which liquid cloud droplets form; however, it is not understood what makes them efficient.