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8 month old baby hearing his mother’s voice for the first time with cochlear implant
This is the most beautiful thing ever.
thank you science
THE BINKY JUST…….
HE WAS JUST MINDING HIS BUSINESS WITH THAT BINKY
AND THEN HE HEARD IT, AND HE STARTED SCRAMBLING TO RECOGNIZE IT
AND WHEN HE DID, OH GOD THE WAY THE BINKY JUST DROPPED
LOOK AT HIM HE’S SO HAPPY UGH
The fourth gif is the most beautiful… he’s looking at his mother, just shocked and then the smile forms on his face, and I’m crying.
the video and these gifs get me every time ;_;
This never doesn’t make me happy omg.
This makes me so damn happy ever friggin’ time.
With Cochlear implants, you can’t hear normally. It’s not clear at all. Hopefully science changes that.
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This is a homeless guy who lives on a bridge in Dublin City. Last week his rabbit was grabbed from him and thrown into the river below.. the River Liffey. Which is one of the most horrible rivers in Ireland. The currents are really strong and it’s filthy.. Anyway, as soon as the rabbit hit the water this guy was already hurdling off the bridge and towards the freezing river to save her. After hitting the water and successfully locating her, he proceeding to pump air back into her, making her regain consciousness and basically come back to life. I was talking to him today along with another woman and she asked “Why in the name of God did you jump into the water? Did you not think about it?!” and straight away he replied with “No. I didn’t stop to think. I just jumped. It was an instinct.. I needed to save her.”
For saving the rabbit, he was given the ‘compassionate citizen award’ by the charity Aran. The guy who threw the rabbit in the river has been charged with animal cruelty.
The homeless man was also given carrots for his rabbit and dog food for his dog. They also offered him a job.
This is a great man.
I’m glad the heartless imbecile who threw the rabbit into the river got his comeuppance
When I lived in Dublin last semester I saw this guy all the time. He was so nice, so polite, so kind. I’m pissed that someone would do that to his rabbit, but not surprised that he went in after her.
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