Christina-Ochoa

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Nathan Fillion talks about  Christina Ochoa on Conan O'Brien | April 15, 2014

My girlfriend was looking at all these incredible toenail thing art online and I said, “I can do that.” And she said, “Oh, yeah? Put your money where your mouth is.” So I had to, I did- actually, that’s not what she said. She actually didn’t say that. (x)

daddy-firth  asked:

wait what happened in twitter? someone threatened christina? how do you know?? sorry I went away for a few hours and now this theme kinda went crazy in nathan tag

This is what happened:

Stana’s tweet (12/15/2013)

Christina’s tweet (12/25/2013)

For this tweet some people threatened Christina.

They supposed that she was making fun of Stana’s tweet.

Nathan’s reaction (12/27/2013)

Christina’s reaction (12/27/2013)

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Ravens Bully in a Way Only Before Seen in Humans

Ravens have shown social abilities that haven’t even been apparent in primates besides humans! According to a recent study from Researched form the University of Vienna recently published a study on how the birds interact…and a lot of it is actually bullying! How do they maintain their social structure, and how can other birds challenge it? Kim Horcher discusses with science educator and actress, Christina Ochoa! (Know Brainer podcast at http://www.kbwebsite.com/) Read more: http://www.iflscience.com/plants-and-animals/ravens-have-social-abilities-previously-only-seen-humans

By: NerdAlert.

:::CASTLE FANDOM PSA:::

Ok.

In the past month or so there’s been some questionable things happen in the Castle fandom to the point that numerous tweets were made by parties involved regarding it. Most recently Nathan’s tweeted this.



For the 2% of the Castle fandom that is extremely thick, that one was for you.

The majority of the fandom are actually REALLY great, respectable people and I mean really great. But then there’s that very small percentage that can’t seem to unblur the lines between fiction and reality. That small group of people that forget that behind the characters you love so much are actual people with families, feelings and most of all mortgages.

Bills to pay.

Cats to feed.

Its great for you to ship imaginary characters but going on to real people is a little creepy.

Imagine you bringing your best friend of the opposite sex to your families thanksgiving and you have a HUGE family. And imagine the entire time every single person comes up to you and says, “Are you dating?” “You two, huh?" 

Now imagine that for SIX YEARS!

It gets awkward. You don’t even wanna be on the phone with them around your family because they’re just gonna tease you about it even more. Its uncomfortable.

You guys make it extremely awkward. So if you wanna know why they probably don’t do that many interviews together anymore, grab a mirror aND TAKE A LONG FUCKING LOOK!

So guys from me to you, stop being douchebags and start being respectable people.

Just let them enjoy their lives while you enjoy the show.

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Alan Turing’s Brilliant but Overlooked Scientific Breakthrough

Alan Turing is known as a genius mathematician, cryptanalyst, logician, and the father of modern computer science and A.I. You’ll hear a lot about Turing’s fascinating, inspiring, and ultimately tragic life in The Imitation Game, starring Benedict Cumberbatch, but you may not know about his contribution to biological sciences– one of his last great accomplishments. How did he form a major theory of morphogenesis? And why did it take until just recently to validate it? Kim Horcher discusses with science educator and actress, Christina Ochoa! (Know Brainer podcast at http://www.kbwebsite.com/)

Read more: http://motherboard.vice.com/read/alan-turings-most-underrated-discovery-was-also-among-his-greatest

By: Nerd Alert.

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Why You Should Always Talk With Your Hands

There’s an interesting science to “talking” with your hands, and it may actually help you think and express yourself better … and help you get you achieve your rhetoric goals.

Kim Horcher and special guest Christina Ochoa (Science Communicator, Actress) discuss!

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By: Nerd Alert.