By Anonymous - 08/12/2010 04:18 - United States
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Its called rigor motis. Your muscles need ATP to relax. When you die, eventually you run out of ATP and rigor motis sets in (all muscles contract). Thanks, molecular cell biology. Also, I think it's a F the homeless person's life although he is dead so I guess F his afterlife? Maybe the ghost will haunt OP for relentlessly kicking a dead homeless guy.
11, haha I have my Molecular Cell Biology exam tomorrow and ironically "rigor mortis" will be on the exam. The exam is on cytoskeleton and cell motility, cell signaling/ transduction, cellular reproduction and cell malignancy. A class mate of mine was talking to me about Rigor Mortis when I read your comment. And it's not that hard. It's just a lot of detail. I actually think Molecular Genetics ( assuming you already took it since it's a pre req) is a lot more difficult.
#70, I was thinking that we might actually go to the same school since I had my MCB exam today as well! It was comprehensive, just like yours but then I read you said something about Molc. Genetics and our school doesn't require Genetics (molecular based, it's just called Genetics) as a pre req for molecular cell and I am taking that next semester.
You wouldn't happen to be a recently out of work dentist by any chance?
dude its a freakin homeless man.. youre an ass for tellin him to move when hes got nowhere to go.. f u OP i hope you become homeless and people kick you out of every place you go..
Sorry >.> I guess I'm just venting some personal problems onto this.. but seriously homeless people have nowhere to go nowadays because everywhere they go is private property! They even get kicked out of public parks!! I just got mad at how society can be so cruel to people sometimes
I understand that you have convictions but I ask you have many homeless persons have you allowed to stay in your home? And if you live at home with your parents and cannot allow someone to stay in your house do you plan to give homeless persons a place to stay when you get your own place?