alphabet tag

i was tagged by @kjonginswife​ ty leilei :(( <3
A - age: 16
B - biggest fear: failure

C - current time: 12:48
D - drink you last had: non-alcoholic mulled wine…..
E - easiest person to talk to: my bestes frens ofc….. u kno who u are
F - favourite song: it changes literally every 5 mins but rn i like tonight by she’s, a lonely night by the weeknd and hooka by hyukoh
G - grossest memory: literally my entire life before i got into high school and that time when i was walkin back to my apartment in athens around 11pm and i was only wearing flip flops and the street was full of cockroaches afkjh and that one time when i was goin to shower after practice and there was a dead mouse in the shower !!!!!!!!! i love public pools
H - horror yes or horror no: horror yes until i have to go to sleep after that :(
I - in love: i have a dog
J - jealous of people: i have no energy ????
K - killed someone: should i be worried
L - love at first sight or should I walk by again: come back during business hours
M - middle name: katariina
N - number of siblings: two !! 1 little brother 1 little sister
O - one wish: i wish to be successful in life
P - person you called last: my mom
Q - question you’re always asked: i.. dont kno… things related to eating ??
R - reason to smile: exo and my frends and my dog ;(
S - song you last sang: i dont sing 
T - time you woke up: 7am
U - underwear colour: dark grey
V - vacation destination: there are so many places id love to see..
W - worst habit: ??intentionally “forgetting” to take my soporifics so i can stay up late to talk to my friends???
X - x-rays had: one??
Y - your favourite food: sushi !! and that one kinda pizza im not gonna talk about since everybody (especially armin:) always roasts me about it :(
Z - zodiac sign: capricorn

im tagging @merryutasmas @baranormal @datboilay @gaudyz nd everyone who wanna do this :))

 Maybe, if you don’t tell people what it is.

Scientists think cockroach milk could be the superfood of the future

An international team of scientists has just sequenced a protein crystal located in the midgut of cockroaches. The reason?

It’s more than four times as nutritious as cow’s milk and, the researchers think it could be the key to feeding our growing population in the future.

Although most cockroaches don’t actually produce milk, Diploptera punctate, which is the only known cockroach to give birth to live young, has been shown to pump out a type of ‘milk’ containing protein crystals to feed its babies.

The fact that an insect produces milk is pretty fascinating – but what fascinated researchers is the fact that a single one of these protein crystals contains more than three times the amount of energy found in an equivalent amount of buffalo milk (which is also higher in calories then dairy milk).

Clearly milking a cockroach isn’t the most feasible option, so an international team of scientists headed by researchers from the Institute of Stem Cell Biology and Regenerative Medicine in India decided to sequence the genes responsible for producing the milk protein crystals to see if they could somehow replicate them in the lab.

“The crystals are like a complete food - they have proteins, fats and sugars. If you look into the protein sequences, they have all the essential amino acids,” said Sanchari Banerjee, one of the team, in an interview with the Times of India.

This is a 40-year-old Twinkie. Science teacher Roger Bennatti opened it and set it on his blackboard in 1976 after a student asked about its possible lifespan. When he retired in 2005, Benatti gave the Twinkie to one of his students. She later became the Dean of Students, and still displays it in her office today. Source