Showing posts from December, 2019

Glitch makes Borderlands 3 fan lose his complete loot

A Borderlands 3 fan has lost all his painstakingly collected weapons and items due to an unfortunate glitch. But you can rely on the community to help him out with a touching gift campaign. Borderlands 3 loot glitch. Imagine playing Borderlands 3 since the release and slowly finding everything you need. But then you suddenly lose all your equipment: weapons, items, everything gone. This is exactly what evidently happened to a Borderlands 3 player who complained about his misery on the Borderlands 3 subreddit. But the rollercoaster ride of emotions doesn't end here: The community helps the fan out and virtually pours loot over him to make up for the loss. Glitch makes Borderland's 3-fan lose his entire loot Nasty surprise: Reddit user Jimmy2times13 reports in Borderlands 3-Subr

Where does latex come from? | Natural rubber.

Latex, also called rubber, is obtained from the milky sap of the rubber tree and has become one of the most common materials for the textile, medical and motor industries. What is latex made from?. Latex, also known as rubber, is a natural polymer obtained from the milky sap of the rubber tree (Hevea Brasiliensis), a plant native to the tropical forests of Central and South America. There are other tree species in Asia (Osceola elastica) and Africa (Funtumia elastica) from which it is also possible to obtain rubber, but the largest production worldwide takes place on the American continent. How do you make rubber out of SAP? The sap from which the rubber is obtained has a whitish appearance and a semi-liquid texture with high density. Although this can be confused with a plastic derivative, it is 100% plant-based.  To obtain it, incisions are made in the shape of a V or spiral in the bark and the excess sap is allowed to flow until it falls into a previously placed b

What is the rarest blood type on earth?

What is the most uncommon blood type? Rhnull, the rarest blood type is found in only 44 people worldwide, it lacks all of the 61 possible antigens in the Rh system. Rarest blood type on earth? You’re probably aware that you could have A, B, AB or O blood, and that your blood can be positive or negative. But that’s not the whole story. Rhnull is the rarest blood type that was first detected in an Australian aborigine, in 1961. This rare blood type is essentially a genetic mutation that causes Rh antigen absence. Red blood cells lacking Rh / RhAG proteins have structural abnormalities and cell membrane defects that can result in hemolytic anemia. Individuals with Rhnull blood type share a similarity with those of type O: both are universal donors, but can only receive a transfusion from the same blood type.  In the British town of Filton, the International Blood Group Reference Laboratory (IBGRL) has a database with carriers of the rare blood type  to ensure that n