I suppose a lot of people already know this one, but I figured it would be fun for those who didn’t, and also nice to have something we can shove in someone’s face if they should disagree that cilantro is inherently nasty. Oh, and also…
Resistance through drug inactivation
I never shut up about antibiotic resistance. And it was nice to use Hecktor again. He is actually older than Kitty, he was originally from a lab report I made years ago. Of course I’m using the trusty Reygaert (2018) for my source on antibiotic…
Black and white vision
I was working on a piece about mitosis and meiosis, because the three other things I was working on was not super relevant for school, and it has been a while since I made something that’s useful for school. But then I started to make…
I just think this is really cool. I’m a big fan of black, and I can think of so many awesome uses for this, if only it was possible for me to get insane amounts of it. But that’s never gonna happen, so I’m just…
‘”Chemical” is not a dirty word. “ew, that food is full of chemicals”. Yes, of course it is, and so are you 🙂 Seriously, you’re just full of it. ReAgent wrote a nice and short article about this, have a look: https://www.reagent.co.uk/what-exactly-is-a-chemical/ (last accessed 11.06.2021)
Don’t play cute with me, I know you robbed the zoo, you fuzzyface! I’m not sure where I actually first learned this fact, but I of course need to link to something to prove that I’m not making up crazy stuff and to make sure…
Yiha, hot stuff. Check out more: https://www.wired.com/2015/02/absurd-creature-of-the-week-scaly-foot-snail/ (last accessed 01.06.2021) I have actually finished drawing some more facts, so exclusive stuff will come in the somewhat near future, but I had to finish this one first, because it is instagram-posting-day.
https://www.nationalgeographic.co.uk/animals/2018/02/black-panther-may-not-be-what-you-think (last accessed 28.05.21) And yes, I’m aware that kitty in no way is a big cat, or even actually a cat, but hey, cosplay is cool. And I really wanted to mix it up a bit, it was fun to draw her in black.
Pathogenicity vs virulence
This is of course easy to check in the dictionary: https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/virulence https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/pathogenicity But I feel it is easier to explain these two together, and of course with an illustration 🙂 If you want to read a bit more about pathogenicity and virulence, check out Wikipedia….
Crying is good for you
I’m usually more for the funny facts, but sometimes I need to be a bit serious too. After working a lot on some other work (a logo and some cool stuff for my food scientist friend, I might post that later) I finally had time…