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#256 - bluejupiter (01/22/2013) [-]
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#294 to #256 - Ken M (01/22/2013) [-]
i feel like someone should turn those green parts to white.
User avatar #249 - amoussa (01/22/2013) [-]
**amoussa rolls 800** TRIPS
User avatar #301 to #249 - atkissonbr (01/22/2013) [-]
**atkissonbr rolls 017**
User avatar #278 to #249 - enjee (01/22/2013) [-]
**enjee rolls 986** I'll give it a shot
User avatar #250 to #249 - zaxzwim ONLINE (01/22/2013) [-]
**zaxzwim rolls 635** nope
User avatar #253 to #250 - zaiopeperse (01/22/2013) [-]
**zaiopeperse rolls 897** Is third time the charm?
User avatar #254 to #253 - zaxzwim ONLINE (01/22/2013) [-]
**zaxzwim rolls 31** unfortunly no, all we could get were this pair of dubs, and they are broken
User avatar #255 to #254 - SirVladimir (01/22/2013) [-]
**SirVladimir rolls 917**
I found you all again.
User avatar #259 to #255 - zaxzwim ONLINE (01/22/2013) [-]
found us all?
User avatar #262 to #259 - SirVladimir (01/22/2013) [-]
You, amoussa, and zaiopeperse. You guys have been doing this in every thread.
User avatar #264 to #262 - zaxzwim ONLINE (01/22/2013) [-]
i only commented twice
User avatar #269 to #264 - zaiopeperse (01/22/2013) [-]
Still you left an imprint apparently. How cool's that?
#271 to #269 - zaxzwim ONLINE (01/22/2013) [-]
fairly :3
fairly :3
User avatar #274 to #271 - zaiopeperse (01/22/2013) [-]
That's good enough for me =3
User avatar #257 to #255 - zaiopeperse (01/22/2013) [-]
so glad I'm not the only one =D
#261 to #257 - Ken M (01/22/2013) [-]
**anonymous rolls 262**
#248 - anotherloner (01/22/2013) [-]
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#247 - Ken M (01/22/2013) [-]
did they die?
User avatar #279 to #247 - enjee (01/22/2013) [-]
The real question is, did they injured?
User avatar #260 to #247 - thephoenix (01/22/2013) [-]
yes, they are kill.
User avatar #258 to #247 - ixcarnifexxi (01/22/2013) [-]
If they have their skull, that's a pretty damn good indicator that yes; they died.
#277 to #258 - derpbuddytwo (01/22/2013) [-]
unless the person in question was a zombie...may not be alive in the technical sensem but a zombie isn't exactly dead either.

pic related.
User avatar #273 to #258 - futuremarinesniper (01/22/2013) [-]
well they could have been killed and you know, that's just not the same as dying
User avatar #252 to #247 - zaxzwim ONLINE (01/22/2013) [-]
User avatar #246 - newposterintown (01/22/2013) [-]
How does that happen?

Anyone care to explain?
#251 to #246 - ollietweak (01/22/2013) [-]
well typical tumor cancers are malignant cells that just divide and divide uncontrollably, so with a bone cancer, i guess it is bone cells which are multiplying out of control like this

note : i am no doctor
User avatar #267 to #251 - brenton (01/22/2013) [-]
Also, the cells usually divide uncontrollably because there's usually a system of checkpoints in the division cycle, and in normal circumstances certain proteins, like p53, cause cells with damaged DNA to stop replicating until either the damage is fixed or the cell is degraded. With cancers like this one, the genes coding for the checkpoint proteins, like p53, are messed up, so the proteins can't keep the damaged cells from replicating and they just keep growing and growing.
#245 - thelamalord (01/22/2013) [-]
User avatar #335 to #245 - derpbuddytwo (01/22/2013) [-]
okay, kinda off topic, but does anyone know where this gif is from?
#337 to #335 - thelamalord (01/22/2013) [-]
i saw it once but cant remeber the name
i saw it once but cant remeber the name
#244 - zhanken (01/22/2013) [-]
Is it weird that I wanna touch it?
#243 - Ken M (01/22/2013) [-]
repost the 100th
#265 to #243 - thephoenix (01/22/2013) [-]
naw but it is a repost.
naw but it is a repost.
#242 - thesovereigngrave (01/22/2013) [-]
Well, at least it's not this.
User avatar #280 to #242 - derpbuddytwo (01/22/2013) [-]
if i'm correct here, the picture above this comment (not the content pic, but the pic posted by thesovereigngrave) is the skeleton of a man with whats called "Stone Man Syndrome" a disorder that causes the repair system for bones to go out of control, and rather than just repair the bone structure like in broken bones, it does that and then goes on to repair any damage to the body with bone, for example, if an affected person with this disorder got a scratch on their arm or leg, instead of it healing up like normal, it would literally get covered in bone. now i could be wrong here, so if i am mistaken then let me know, i do not, and have not during this comment, claimed to be a medical doctor, i just know the basics of this rather strange condition.
#290 to #280 - unoletmehavename ONLINE (01/22/2013) [-]
You are right its Stone man syndrome.Medicine is weird
User avatar #292 to #290 - derpbuddytwo (01/22/2013) [-]
well think of this, there's another disorder, which i do not remember the name of, which causes the affected person to feel no pain what so freaking ever! yeah you're probably thinking, "That's not too bad" but then you'd be wrong, because without the sensation of pain, then you can't tell that you have a broken leg and can actually, albeit accidentally, bite off a piece of their own tongues without having so much as a twinge of pain, which can lead to the affected person actually getting an injury that could be fatal and not even know it.
#293 to #292 - unoletmehavename ONLINE (01/22/2013) [-]
I heard of that
User avatar #300 to #293 - derpbuddytwo (01/22/2013) [-]
there's a lot of strange disorders, some that can be deadly, others that are just plain weird, for example, and again i do not know the name of the disorder i'm about to describe, there's a disorder that caused the affected person to remember everything...PERIOD. it's not a case of a good memory, it's literally the memory system of the brain being kicked into such an overdrive, the affected person is able to remember things from the time they are born to the day they die. this may seem great, but again it isn't. a good analogy to this condition is this, think of a file cabinet, just a run of the mill file cabinet. then imagine that cabinet is full of files, so full that you can't even consider putting another file into it. then a new file comes to this cabinet, and another and so on until there's literally millions, if not billions or more files just lying around. that's what this disorder is like, as your mind is normally only capable of storing so much info and memories, and as such we are able to forget things to make space for new stuff, while the affected person is incapable of forgetting anything, and with that many memories floating in their heads, they can be easily distracted by a stray thought
#304 to #300 - unoletmehavename ONLINE (01/22/2013) [-]
I have one that can be googled but its a little disturbing harlequin syndrome
User avatar #308 to #304 - derpbuddytwo (01/22/2013) [-]
not too disturbing, in my opinion at least. i mean if all it does is cause your face to flush and sweat on one side. unless you're referring to the face that it was named after the colorful Harlequin masks due to the change in facial skin color, then that i can understand.
User avatar #287 to #280 - geekinit (01/22/2013) [-]
Fibrodysplasia Ossificans Progressiva- It’s a disease where your body’s repair mechanism is completely broken, and starts “healing” the fibrous tissue (read muscles, tendons and ligaments) by turning them into bone. That’s right, your whole body is slowly being petrified, as you excruciatingly transform into a creature formed of bone. Except, it’s bone without the smooth and mobile joints of the normal skeleton, so it’s like having a body filled with twigs that scrape and hinder every moment. Why not just cut off the growths? That causes the repair system to kick into overdrive, converting more of the body into bone and faster. There’s no known treatment for the 450 sufferers worldwide, and in one famous case a sufferer survived up to the age 40, at which point his entire body except his lips and transformed into bone, leaving him completely immobile. That’s ******* nightmare material.

So you are correct good sir.

#284 to #280 - demonthefox (01/22/2013) [-]
That sound like a super power if it didnt limit movement too much
User avatar #288 to #284 - derpbuddytwo (01/22/2013) [-]
unfortunately, it can limit movement. unlike the X-men character Spike, these growths are, while not malignant, very hard. think of getting a cut on your index finger right where the joint is, and then instead of it scabbing over and eventually healing, it gets encased in solid bone
#338 to #288 - demonthefox (01/23/2013) [-]
Will surgery help that?
User avatar #339 to #338 - derpbuddytwo (01/23/2013) [-]
you can have the growths removed, but this will make the repair system kick into overdrive and simply make bone grow back at a more rapid rate, simply causing the condition to spread faster
#340 to #339 - demonthefox (01/23/2013) [-]
Well.. I guess they are boned :D
#240 - Ken M (01/22/2013) [-]
...I want to touch it
User avatar #241 to #240 - kakkakrabbypatty (01/22/2013) [-]
All the splinters ever
#238 - skinless (01/22/2013) [-]
that must have been painful as **** , that **** must have stabbed his eyes
#237 - lejontronman (01/22/2013) [-]
#236 - jokervsbatsy (01/22/2013) [-]
...and bone charms
#234 - sissywoo (01/22/2013) [-]
Wait wait wait

Wouldnt those cancerous spikes poke into your eye? or would the eye be a bit too hard to poke through?
User avatar #272 to #234 - brenton (01/22/2013) [-]
They would. But it would be very gradual. The spikes would grow a microscopic amount each day as the cells replicate, slowly forcing the sharp tip against the eyeball until the pressure is finally enough to puncture it. By that point, though, the doctors would realize what was happening and probably surgically remove the eye so the patient wouldn't die from complications.
User avatar #275 to #272 - futuremarinesniper (01/22/2013) [-]
so would it have still kept growing even after he/she died? like the spike things I mean
User avatar #286 to #275 - derpbuddytwo (01/22/2013) [-]
probably not, at least not for very long. now i don't know about the rest of the body, but the brain actually keeps functioning for about 7 minutes after the heart stops beating, so with that in mind, i assume the bone spike things would keep growing for that same amount of time, until the brain finally shut off and with it all other functions. after that i think it's safe to assume that the bone spikes will stop growing. now i'm not claiming to be an expert on this subject, i'm just giving my personal opinion on the current topic
User avatar #326 to #286 - brenton (01/22/2013) [-]
Well cancer cells grow autonomously from the brain. Some could even say they have a "mind of their own," so to speak. The heart is what pumps blood, and therefore vital nutrients, to the cancer cells, so it really depends on whether or not the heart is still functioning, not the brain.
User avatar #328 to #326 - derpbuddytwo (01/22/2013) [-]
wait, so if i were to have taken this skull and placed it into a vat of liquid which was able to mimic blood, in the respect of providing nutrients and oxygen, then theoretically the bone spikes would continue to grow as if nothing happened?
User avatar #329 to #328 - brenton (01/22/2013) [-]
If you were able to instantly transfer it as soon as the blood flow stops and make sure that there's still an uninterrupted flow to the tissues, then possibly. But I don't see how that would be possible. Once blood flow stops, the cells die. Once the cells die, they can't start growing again.
User avatar #330 to #329 - derpbuddytwo (01/22/2013) [-]
i know that, i was just saying, and on that note, i guess i learned something today...THANK YOU, GLORIOUS PEOPLE OF FUNNYJUNK!
User avatar #282 to #275 - brenton (01/22/2013) [-]
Not for more than a few minutes. All cells, normal or cancerous, need fresh oxygen and nutrients through a blood supply. If the person dies, they're no longer eating or breathing and the blood is no longer circulating, so the cancer cells would die with the rest of the body.
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#233 to #231 - BraindeadBuddha (01/22/2013) [-]
Mfw - I've also seen that thing irl
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#229 - Ken M (01/22/2013) [-]
Marrow from X-men?
User avatar #224 - thegrohltroll (01/22/2013) [-]
Why is it that everytime I see something that looks awful, I imagine myself licking it?
#223 - undeadwill (01/22/2013) [-]
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First time I've ever used this gif and meant it.
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