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    Electric Fetus

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    Old and new: Llama fetuses and Canadian tea, incl. Coca, in "Witches Market"

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    Dried Llama Fetuses - Copacabana, Bolivia

    Dried Llama Fetuses - Copacabana, Bolivia

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    Young pregnant woman holding wine and cigarette

    Young pregnant woman holding wine and cigarette

  • Miikka Skaffari
    Dying Fetus, 12/9/2012, DNA Lounge, San Francisco

    Dying Fetus, 12/9/2012, DNA Lounge, San Francisco

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    Dying Fetus, 12/9/2012, DNA Lounge, San Francisco

    Dying Fetus, 12/9/2012, DNA Lounge, San Francisco

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    Dying Fetus, 12/9/2012, DNA Lounge, San Francisco

    Dying Fetus, 12/9/2012, DNA Lounge, San Francisco

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    Dying Fetus, 12/9/2012, DNA Lounge, San Francisco

    Dying Fetus, 12/9/2012, DNA Lounge, San Francisco

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    Dying Fetus, 12/9/2012, DNA Lounge, San Francisco

    Dying Fetus, 12/9/2012, DNA Lounge, San Francisco

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    Dying Fetus, 12/9/2012, DNA Lounge, San Francisco

    Dying Fetus, 12/9/2012, DNA Lounge, San Francisco

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    Dying Fetus, 12/9/2012, DNA Lounge, San Francisco

    Dying Fetus, 12/9/2012, DNA Lounge, San Francisco

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    Dying Fetus, 12/9/2012, DNA Lounge, San Francisco

    Dying Fetus, 12/9/2012, DNA Lounge, San Francisco

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    Dying Fetus, 12/9/2012, DNA Lounge, San Francisco

    Dying Fetus, 12/9/2012, DNA Lounge, San Francisco

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    Dying Fetus, 12/9/2012, DNA Lounge, San Francisco

    Dying Fetus, 12/9/2012, DNA Lounge, San Francisco

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    Dying Fetus, 12/9/2012, DNA Lounge, San Francisco

    Dying Fetus, 12/9/2012, DNA Lounge, San Francisco

  • JenBlankenshipPhotosforMH
    TA3.11 / How do pregnant woman's emotional states and stress affect prenatal development? Choice 8 of 13

    TA3.11 / How do pregnant woman's emotional states and stress affect prenatal development?

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  • theleaven
    An illustration depicts a human fetus in a womb. The new Vatican document ?Dignitas Personae? (?The Dignity of a Person?) warns that certain recent developments in stem-cell research, gene therapy and embryonic experimentation violate moral principles and reflect an attempt by man to ?take the place of his Creator.? (CNS illustration/Emily Thompson) (Dec. 12, 2008) See BIOETHICS-INSTRUCTION (UPDATED) Dec. 12, 2008.

    An illustration depicts a human fetus in a womb. The new Vatican document ?Dignitas Personae? (?The Dignity of a Person?) warns that certain recent developments in stem-cell research ...

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    ?Paradigm Shift? 2011 by, Jenna Lee Mason (With Signature) (Original cropping of image follows dimensions of 4 x 5) If our world can self heal, so can we. Dream Entry: 5/26/10 ?There is a creature who lies in the dirt at the water?s edge. He has no hair and is covered with gooey blue skin. I can see under his slimy surface that he has veins, but he is very moist with raw shiny flesh. I know he is dying because the environment around him is dying too. Toward the end of this vision, things turn around and he begins to heal. All the slimy blue flesh begins to dry up and turn into beige flakey skin. He seems to be highly intelligent, healing himself quickly now until he can stand up.?

    ?Paradigm Shift? 2011 by, Jenna Lee Mason (With Signature)
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If our world can self heal, so can we.

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    ?Paradigm Shift? 2011 by, Jenna Lee Mason (Without Signature) (Original cropping of image follows dimensions of 4 x 5) If our world can self heal, so can we. Dream Entry: 5/26/10 ?There is a creature who lies in the dirt at the water?s edge. He has no hair and is covered with gooey blue skin. I can see under his slimy surface that he has veins, but he is very moist with raw shiny flesh. I know he is dying because the environment around him is dying too. Toward the end of this vision, things turn around and he begins to heal. All the slimy blue flesh begins to dry up and turn into beige flakey skin. He seems to be highly intelligent, healing himself quickly now until he can stand up.?

    “Paradigm Shift” 2011 by, Jenna Lee Mason (Without Signature)
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If our world can self heal, so can we.

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  • Miikka Skaffari
    Dying Fetus, 4/5/2012, DNA Lounge, San Francisco

    Dying Fetus, 4/5/2012, DNA Lounge, San Francisco

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    Dying Fetus, 4/5/2012, DNA Lounge, San Francisco

    Dying Fetus, 4/5/2012, DNA Lounge, San Francisco

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    Dying Fetus, 4/5/2012, DNA Lounge, San Francisco

    Dying Fetus, 4/5/2012, DNA Lounge, San Francisco

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    Dying Fetus, 4/5/2012, DNA Lounge, San Francisco

    Dying Fetus, 4/5/2012, DNA Lounge, San Francisco

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    Dying Fetus, 4/5/2012, DNA Lounge, San Francisco

    Dying Fetus, 4/5/2012, DNA Lounge, San Francisco

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    Dying Fetus, 4/5/2012, DNA Lounge, San Francisco

    Dying Fetus, 4/5/2012, DNA Lounge, San Francisco

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    Dying Fetus, 4/5/2012, DNA Lounge, San Francisco

    Dying Fetus, 4/5/2012, DNA Lounge, San Francisco

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    Dying Fetus, 4/5/2012, DNA Lounge, San Francisco

    Dying Fetus, 4/5/2012, DNA Lounge, San Francisco

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    Dying Fetus, 4/5/2012, DNA Lounge, San Francisco

    Dying Fetus, 4/5/2012, DNA Lounge, San Francisco

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  • Miikka Skaffari
    Dying Fetus 7/29/2011, Summer Slaughter Tour, The Fillmore, San Francisco My portfolio at http://www.skaffari.fi On Facebook http://www.facebook.com/Miikka.Skaffari.Photography

    Dying Fetus

7/29/2011, Summer Slaughter Tour, The Fillmore, San Francisco

My portfolio at http://www.skaffari.fi

On Facebook http://www.facebook.com/Miikka.Skaffari.Photography

  • Miikka Skaffari
    Dying Fetus 7/29/2011, Summer Slaughter Tour, The Fillmore, San Francisco My portfolio at http://www.skaffari.fi On Facebook http://www.facebook.com/Miikka.Skaffari.Photography

    Dying Fetus

7/29/2011, Summer Slaughter Tour, The Fillmore, San Francisco

My portfolio at http://www.skaffari.fi

On Facebook http://www.facebook.com/Miikka.Skaffari.Photography

  • Miikka Skaffari
    Dying Fetus 7/29/2011, Summer Slaughter Tour, The Fillmore, San Francisco My portfolio at http://www.skaffari.fi On Facebook http://www.facebook.com/Miikka.Skaffari.Photography

    Dying Fetus

7/29/2011, Summer Slaughter Tour, The Fillmore, San Francisco

My portfolio at http://www.skaffari.fi

On Facebook http://www.facebook.com/Miikka.Skaffari.Photography

  • Miikka Skaffari
    Dying Fetus 7/29/2011, Summer Slaughter Tour, The Fillmore, San Francisco My portfolio at http://www.skaffari.fi On Facebook http://www.facebook.com/Miikka.Skaffari.Photography

    Dying Fetus

7/29/2011, Summer Slaughter Tour, The Fillmore, San Francisco

My portfolio at http://www.skaffari.fi

On Facebook http://www.facebook.com/Miikka.Skaffari.Photography

  • Miikka Skaffari
    Dying Fetus 7/29/2011, Summer Slaughter Tour, The Fillmore, San Francisco My portfolio at http://www.skaffari.fi On Facebook http://www.facebook.com/Miikka.Skaffari.Photography

    Dying Fetus

7/29/2011, Summer Slaughter Tour, The Fillmore, San Francisco

My portfolio at http://www.skaffari.fi

On Facebook http://www.facebook.com/Miikka.Skaffari.Photography

  • Miikka Skaffari
    Dying Fetus 7/29/2011, Summer Slaughter Tour, The Fillmore, San Francisco My portfolio at http://www.skaffari.fi On Facebook http://www.facebook.com/Miikka.Skaffari.Photography

    Dying Fetus

7/29/2011, Summer Slaughter Tour, The Fillmore, San Francisco

My portfolio at http://www.skaffari.fi

On Facebook http://www.facebook.com/Miikka.Skaffari.Photography

  • Miikka Skaffari
    Dying Fetus 7/29/2011, Summer Slaughter Tour, The Fillmore, San Francisco My portfolio at http://www.skaffari.fi On Facebook http://www.facebook.com/Miikka.Skaffari.Photography

    Dying Fetus

7/29/2011, Summer Slaughter Tour, The Fillmore, San Francisco

My portfolio at http://www.skaffari.fi

On Facebook http://www.facebook.com/Miikka.Skaffari.Photography

  • Miikka Skaffari
    Dying Fetus 7/29/2011, Summer Slaughter Tour, The Fillmore, San Francisco My portfolio at http://www.skaffari.fi On Facebook http://www.facebook.com/Miikka.Skaffari.Photography

    Dying Fetus

7/29/2011, Summer Slaughter Tour, The Fillmore, San Francisco

My portfolio at http://www.skaffari.fi

On Facebook http://www.facebook.com/Miikka.Skaffari.Photography

  • JenBlankenshipPhotosforMH
    m074 Fig 2.11 Choice 1 of 2 Detail of spinal column of a human embryo after five weeks of development.

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Detail of spinal column of a human embryo after five weeks of development.

  • JenBlankenshipPhotosforMH
    m073d Choice 2 of 2 Full term foetus in its mothers uterus (womb). The foetus develops in the uterus, surrounded by a fluid-filled amniotic sac. The umbilical cord (left) connects the foetus to the placenta, which brings oxygen and nutrients to the developing foetus and takes away waste products. Birth usually occurs between 37 and 42 weeks.

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Full term foetus in its mothers uterus (womb). The foetus develops in the uterus, surrounded by a fluid-filled amniotic sac. The umbilical cord (left) connects the foetus ...

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    Fig 2.10 M073c Choice 8 of 8 19 week old foetus. View of the face of a 19 week old male foetus sucking his thumb. At this age the foetus appears completely human. Fingers and toes have formed and the skin is covered with a fine hair called lanugo (not clearly seen). The foetus' crown-rump length at 19 weeks is about 18 cm and his body weight is about 400 grams.

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19 week old foetus. View of the face of a 19 week old male foetus sucking his thumb. At this age the foetus appears completely human. Fingers and toes have forme ...

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    Fig 2.10 / M073c Choice 7 of 8 Five month old foetus. View of a five month (20 week) old male foetus. The umbilical cord (white), which carries oxygen and nutrients from the placenta, is at upper right. By this time the foetus appears completely human, with fully developed lips, eyelids, eyebrows, external ears, fingers and toes. There is not much subcutaneous fat on the limbs or face, and the weight of the foetus by the end of the 5th month is still less than 500 grams. Fine hair called lanugo is seen. The head, still disproportionately large, grows more slowly than the body during this stage. Foetal movements can now usually be felt. This foetus has a crown-rump length of about 19 cm.

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Five month old foetus. View of a five month (20 week) old male foetus. The umbilical cord (white), which carries oxygen and nutrients from the placenta, is at ...

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    Fig 2.10 / M073c Choice 5 of 8 Fetus at 14 weeks.

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Fetus at 14 weeks.

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    Fig 2.10 / M073c Choice 4 of 8 Five month old fetus. View of a five month (20 week) old male fetus holding his hand over his mouth. By this time the fetus appears completely human, with fully developed lips, eyelids, eyebrows, external ears, fingers and toes. There is not much subcutaneous fat on the limbs or face, and the weight of the fetus by the end of the 5th month is still less than 500 grams. Fine hair called lanugo has developed, and the head, still disproportionately large, grows more slowly than the body. Fetal movements can now usually be felt by the mother. This fetus has a crown-rump length of about 19-cm.

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Five month old fetus. View of a five month (20 week) old male fetus holding his hand over his mouth. By this time the fetus appears completely human, with ful ...

  • JenBlankenshipPhotosforMH
    Fig 2.10 / M073c Choice 3 of 8 The human fetus at about four months showing the head, upper limbs, and the umbilical cord which connects the fetus (at the navel) to the placenta. The placenta is a large organ embedded in the uterine wall that interfaces the fetal and maternal circulations, exchanging nourishment and waste products. Growth at this time is rapid: the head is still relatively large with a bulging forehead, the outer ear is formed, as are the nose & mouth; the eyes have migrated from the sides of the head, although the eyelids have not yet fully developed. The features of the upper - limbs wrist, hand & fingers - are advanced and developing at a faster rate than those of the lower limbs.

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The human fetus at about four months showing the head, upper limbs, and the umbilical cord which connects the fetus (at the navel) to the placenta. The placen ...

  • JenBlankenshipPhotosforMH
    Fig 2.10 / M073c Choice 2 of 8 Fetal development. Four months.

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Fetal development. Four months.

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    Fig 2.10 / M073c Choice 1 of 8 Four month old foetus. Image of a human foetus at sixteen weeks of age (in side view) surrounded by its mother's womb and the membraneous amniotic sac. The foetal head is at right, with the face seen in profile and the eye dark. The torso reveals a ribcage, while the umbilical cord is spiral in shape. At this age the foetus appears completely human. Fingers and toes have formed and the skin will be covered with a fine hair (lanugo), while eyebrows and hair on the head develop. The crown-rump length (sitting height) at 16 weeks is about 14 centimetres and the body weight is about 200 grams.

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Four month old foetus. Image of a human foetus at sixteen weeks of age (in side view) surrounded by its mother's womb and the membraneous amniotic sac. The fo ...

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    Electric-Fetus-street_HDR2-rust

    Electric-Fetus-street_HDR2-rust

  • Stephen Kotvis (f-go)
    Electric Fetus red storefront_HDR2

    Electric Fetus red storefront_HDR2

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    Electric Fetus front-r_HDR2

    Electric Fetus front-r_HDR2

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  • JenBlankenshipPhotosforMH
    Fig 2.10 / M073b Choice 7 of 7 Photomicrograph of an eight week old human fetus. (c) H. R. Bramaz

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Photomicrograph of an eight week old human fetus. (c) H. R. Bramaz

  • JenBlankenshipPhotosforMH
    Fig 2.10 / M073b Choice 6 of 7 Fetal development.

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Fetal development.

  • JenBlankenshipPhotosforMH
    Fig 2.10 / M073b Choice 4 of 7 Human embryo after the seventh week of development.

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Human embryo after the seventh week of development.

  • JenBlankenshipPhotosforMH
    Fig 2.10 / M073b Choice 3 of 7 Human embryo nearing the 7th week of development.

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Human embryo nearing the 7th week of development.

  • JenBlankenshipPhotosforMH
    Fig 2.10 / M073b Choice 2 of 7 Photomicrograph of a human embryo, 7-8 weeks after fertilization, mag. 15x (at 8.3 x 11.7 in.). (c) David Spears

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Photomicrograph of a human embryo, 7-8 weeks after fertilization, mag. 15x (at 8.3 x 11.7 in.). (c) David Spears

  • JenBlankenshipPhotosforMH
    Fig 2.10 / M073b Choice 1 of 7 Seven-week-old embryo, measuring three centimeters. Most of the primitive organ systems and external appendages are formed, including arm and leg buds, as well as the nose and the retinas of the eyes. The large dark mass in the body cavity is the enlarged liver, which manufactures red blood cells until the bone marrow (not yet developed) takes over that function. The umbilical cord (top right) connects with the placenta, an organ rich in blood vessels, to exchange nourishment and waste products between the embryo and the mother.

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Seven-week-old embryo, measuring three centimeters. Most of the primitive organ systems and external appendages are formed, including arm and leg buds, as wel ...

  • Stephen Kotvis (f-go)
    Fetus_firsts_HDR2

    Fetus_firsts_HDR2

  • Stephen Kotvis (f-go)
    Electric-Fetus_Eve_HDR2

    Electric-Fetus_Eve_HDR2

  • JenBlankenshipPhotosforMH
    Choice 8 of 8 The human fetus at about the 4th month of development, showing the head & upper limbs & the umbilical cord which connects the fetus (at the navel) to the placenta, a large organ embedded in the uterine wall that interfaces the fetal &maternal circulations, exchanging nourishment & waste products. Growth at this time is rapid: the head is still relatively large with a bulging forehead, the outer ear is formed, as are the nose & mouth; the eyes have migrated from the sides of the head, although the eyelids have not yet fully developed. Forearms, wrists, hands & fingers are well differentiated, developing at a faster rate than the lower limbs.

    Choice 8 of 8

The human fetus at about the 4th month of development, showing the head & upper limbs & the umbilical cord which connects the fetus (at the navel) to the placenta, a large org ...

  • JenBlankenshipPhotosforMH
    Choice 5 of 8 Fetus at 14 weeks.

    Choice 5 of 8

Fetus at 14 weeks.

  • JenBlankenshipPhotosforMH
    Choice 3 of 8 Fetal development.

    Choice 3 of 8

Fetal development.

  • JenBlankenshipPhotosforMH
    Choice 2 of 8 The human fetus at 8-9 months, almost full term, showing the head, upper limbs, and the umbilical cord which connects the fetus (at the navel) to the placenta. The placenta is a large organ embedded in the uterine wall that interfaces the fetal and maternal circulations, exchanging nourishment and waste products.

    Choice 2 of 8

The human fetus at 8-9 months, almost full term, showing the head, upper limbs, and the umbilical cord which connects the fetus (at the navel) to the placenta. The placenta is ...

  • JenBlankenshipPhotosforMH
    Choice 1 of 8 Seven-week-old embryo, measuring three centimeters. Most of the primitive organ systems and external appendages are formed, including arm and leg buds, as well as the nose and the retinas of the eyes. The large dark mass in the body cavity is the enlarged liver, which manufactures red blood cells until the bone marrow (not yet developed) takes over that function. The umbilical cord (top right) connects with the placenta, an organ rich in blood vessels, to exchange nourishment and waste products between the embryo and the mother.

    Choice 1 of 8

Seven-week-old embryo, measuring three centimeters. Most of the primitive organ systems and external appendages are formed, including arm and leg buds, as well as the nose and ...

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    Pregnant woman with hands on the belly

    Pregnant woman with hands on the belly

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    It's customary to bury a llama fetus under one corner of the foundation of your home for good luck. These were for sale in the local marketplace.

    It's customary to bury a llama fetus under one corner of the foundation of your home for good luck. These were for sale in the local marketplace.

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    OFP-43601

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    OFP-43600

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    Emerging into Motherhood

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    Mommy

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    Mommy

    Mommy

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    Mommy

    Mommy

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    Emerging into Motherhood

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    Germaine (laplume)'s photo

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