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  • I'm back. Translating is the stuff. Not the language. But the Writing style. So if you wish to import one "idea" from another w/out going through all the difficulties, then avoid my mistake by translating via Microsoft word. For example:

Don't be afraid," Anthony said firmly. "Don't think about anything it tries to make you think about. You're not just holding up the wand in front of you as a shield against the fear, you're your wand to drive the fear away, that's how you make a happy thought into something solid..." Anthony shrugged helplessly. "I mean", I heard all that before, but...

That was from a fanfiction. HPMOR Page 43(and all fanfiction henseforth) is styled Verdana. And this wiki has a writing style of Helvetica. Just change the styles through word. Copy paste alter.


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  • "Express yourself"
  • "My world never had magic. Instead, we developed tools to do what we wanted. Then we used those tools to make better tools, which we used to make more precise tools, and so on. The advantage is that anyone with the right education can use them, it's not restricted to just nobles. Rather than have, say, one earth mage per hundred farmers to help till the fields, we can hae ten farming machines per hundred farmers. Or twenty. Or thirty. A skilled earth mage takes years to produce, right? A farming tool takes days, maybe months for really complex machines."
  • "Cum... 'moans,' "IN!"
  • As a cunning man once said, there could be more than one plotter and more than one plan.
  • ‘Power corrupts, and absolute power corrupts absolutely'
  • Happiness can be found, even in the darkest of times... if one only remembers... to turn on the light.
  • The restrictive drudge of military tactics is so easily turned upon the tactician, a fact you have ably proven. Formulas can be reverse-engineered, hierarchies subjugated, loyalties undermined. When all probable causes can be calculated, the possible endings become clear. Our most dangerous enemies are those that exist according to no plan.
  • When the odds are against you, your only hope is quick, decisive action. Robert E. Lee knew this. More than anything, it's why he fought so well, so long. Be fast, be sure, be bold ... and you might just win before the enemy realizes you "can't."
  • ‘I never have a plan. Plans can go wrong. That’s why the villain never wins – villains always have a plan.’
  • "I confessed to stealing so the whole class whouldn't have to miss recess. Teacher didn't believe me because I was a goodie-two-shoes.
  • ​She let me go to recess while the rest of the class stayed in waiting for the thief to confess. It was me.
  • What if I told you interrupting and yelling at me doesn't make your point any more valid.
  • "What do you think you know, and how do you think you know it?" If you did commit the perfect crime, nobody would ever find out - so how could anyone possibly know that there weren't perfect crimes?
  • "Eagles may soar, but weasels don't get sucked into jet engines."- John Constantine abuses this quote.
  • "People assume that time is a strict progression of cause to effect, but actually — from a non-linear, non-subjective viewpoint — it's more like a big ball of wibbly-wobbly... timey-wimey... stuff."
  • "There's no such thing in the world as absolute reality. Most of what they call real is actually fiction. What you think you see is only as real as your brain tells you it is.... It's not whether you were right or wrong, but how much faith you were willing to have, that decides the future."
  • "When you're cut, I bleed."
  • "A sorrow shared is a sorrow divided."
  • "In the end, the Dark Side envelops all. Light contracts, Darkness expands, you are left in a cold dark room, and hope is just the name of a word dreamt up by humanoid ducks."
  • "A riddle wrapped in a mystery inside an enigma."
  • "That's one of the most obvious Riddles I've heard."
  • "He seems a little odd."
  • There is a chinese saying "When you save someone's life, you are responsible for what they do with it."
  • "May the force be with you. And also with you."
  • you get the count vlad tepes award for excellence in the field of posting elaborate tortures, uncivilized acts against humanity, and not knowing th meaning of the words "cruel and unusual."
  • "I have a dream," said Harry's voice, "that one day sentient beings will be judged by the patterns of their mind, and not their color or their shape or the stuff they're made of, or who their parents were.
  • "As for you child. Step carefully. No path is darker than when your eyes are closed."
  • "If you were given a glass half-empty and half-full, then that was the way reality was, that was the truth and it was so; but you still had a choice of how to feel about it, wether you would despair over the empty half or rejoice int the water that was there."
  • "We can't expect to agree on everything right away, but if we start out by saying that every life is precious, that it's sad when anyone dies, then I know we'll meet someday."
  • "Why would anyone deliberately make himself a monster? Why do evil for the sake of evil? Why Voldemort?"
  • "The stars, the only place of true silent night."
  • "Blood for the blood god!"
  • "Better safe than sorry."
  • '"greater than Omnipotence"'

Sunshine Regime, "Rainbows and Unicorns! The Black Goat with a thousand young! Do your homework!"

  • "I try my best to anticipate my foes, to encompass their wicked minds and predict their evil thoughts. But I would neevr have imagined sharpening a Hufflepuff's bones into weapons."
  • "Ravenclaw is sister to Slytherin."
  • "You couldn't have things that were fundamentally complicated."
  • "Contrariwise, if it was so, it might be; and if it were so, it would be; but as it isn't. it ain't. That's logic."
  • "So this is my dark side, is it? Bit of a prejudiced term that, my light side seems more selfish and cowardly, not to mention confused and panicky."
  • "You're awakened as a scientist now, and even if you never learn to use your power, you'll always, be looking, for ways, to test, your beliefs..."
  • "Our worst memories can only grow worse as we grow older."
  • "Remember what happened to our pet rock?"
  • ​"Meh. You ain't seen notin."
  • "That does sound like the sort of thing I would do, doesn't it?
  • "Any sufficiently advanced J.K. Rowling is indistinguishable from magic."
  • "Blood for blood god! Skulls for J.K. Rowling!"
  • "I will not go around provoking strong, vicious enemies."
  • "I would rather not define myself by my enemies."
  • "Something,somewhere,somewhen, must have happened differently."
  • "Of course it was my fault. There's not one else here who can be responsible for anything."
  • "ACT 3."
  • "We're all slaves to our nature. I cannot choose to change what drives me anymore than you can choose to stop commanding the void."
  • "Big Brother sees all."
  • "If a man tries to bother you, you can think blue, count two, and look for a red shoe."
  • "The key to strategy... is not to choose a path to victory, but to choose so that all paths lead to victory."
  • "Had she really thought she needed permission from someone, or that heroes sat around waiting for someone else to give them quests? It was very simple actually, you just went where the evil was, that was all it ever took to be a hero. She should've remembered, she shouldn't have needed a phoenix to tell her, that bad things sometimes happened right here in Hogwarts." Good definition of heroism. As for Dumbledore pushing Granger into her heroic destiny, it reminds me of the story I've heard editors tell would-be writers about the famous ballet dancer and the would-be ballerina. A young woman who wanted to be a dancer visited a famous ballet dancer who was performing in her town. She asked him if he could tell her whether or not she had what it took to become a dancer. He watched her for two minutes, then stopped her and told her no, she was not destined to be a dancer. She gave up her dreams and became an ordinary housewife. Years later, she met him again, and asked him how he knew after only two minutes that she could not become a "real" dancer. He replied that he told everyone who came to him that: if they listened to him, they weren't meant to be dancers; if they ignored him, they had a fighting chance. The editors used it as an analogy for writing, of course. Apparently, it also works as an analogy for becoming a hero. And I did like the line that as Dumbledore wasn't going to be her Kenobi, "is there someplace I can write to get another one?"
  • "And that was where it all started going wrong."
  • "All your base are still belong to Rowling."
  • "I'm sure I'll find the time somewhere."
  • "What's true is already so, owning up to it doesn't make it worse."
  • Comed Tea. "If you drink it, something surprising/funny is bound to happen which makes you spill it on yourself or someone else. But it's charmed to vanish just a few seconds later-" Will use when facing evil_doers/ ultimate boss for victory.
  • "If you might not know what it's like to be famous. People want to take up all of our time. You have to learn to say no."
  • "Never give anyone wise advise unless you know exactly what you're both talking about."
  • How funny human nature is. The greatest at one sacrifice much of another type. The happiest are the simple, and yet the proud cannot accept that, and believe that happiness comes from climbing higher, instead of contentment.
  • And those that climb higher up the tree take the branches below them for granted…As they climb, the tree is growing higher and higher still, and those that finally make it to the apex realize they have nowhere else to go, and that the view is not as beautiful as described. So they start to climb down…and realize that in the process of ascending they have broken all the branches…so they are simply stuck there, until they fall…
  • Intelligence without wisdom is a Philosopher's stone in itself. Often, the most important things in life are only given credit when too late.
  • Even a genius has his shortcomings.
  • "How do you know that magic itself isn't fading away?"
  • "I know where you live. You cannot fool me. I am coming tonight.(More threats.) Be ready." -Santa Claus
  • "Oft Evil will shall evil mar indeed, in very deed."
  • "If you are racist, sexist homophobic or asshole don't come in."
  • "I'm not a psychopath. I'm just very creative."
  • "There were mysterious questions, but a mysterious answer was a contradiction in terms."
  • "Lungs and tea are not meant to interact."
  • "Your dad is almost as awesome as my dad."
  • "You start to see the pattern, hear the rhythym of the world."
  • "You never did know what tiny event might upset the course of your master plan."
  • An African Co-Worker found out I don't like her, so naturally, she calls me a "racist."
  • ​"What if I tould you, the fact that you're black has absolutely nothing to do with why I don't like you. You're just a shitty person.
  • "It doesn't matter what facts are. You dislike or disagree with a black person and you're racist. Period."
  • "Let's remind them of the white-nazi-ghosts that started all this racist shit."
  • "You think your day was surreal? Try mine." - Must use
  • When you're severely depressed and someone says "Other people have it worse you know."
  • "I did not know that." All of my problems suddenly disappeared.
  • '"But you broke the laws of reason! Explain yourself!"
  • B" Magic."
  • "But then the question is - who?"
  • "World domination is such an ugly phrase. I prefer to call it world optimisation."
  • "It would've required a supernatural intervention for him to have your morality given his environment."
  • "A relationship is built on the premise that you two will support one another."
  • "I simply do it because I can."
  • "You ain't guessin' where this one's going."
  • Why is it that u guys are always complaining about this woman, i mean if u don't wanna pay for her food, then just don't date her, simple as that.
  • "you make it sound like it's natural or it's to be expected to pay for the girl's food, and when you don't want to do that (you cheapo) you shouldn't date her but date someone with lower standards? I maybe taking your words out of proportion, but it's more fun this way ;)
  • "If you have eliminated the impossible, whatever remains- however improbable, must be the truth."
  • "The less you give a fuck. the happier you'll be."
  • See bad guy, hit bad guy, take victory lap.
  • Under the weight of your wings You are a god and whatever I want you to be

And I wonder if truly you are Nearly as beautiful as I believe In my head

Your voice

You've got all that I need

And this make believe will get me through another Lonely night

  • "Blessed are those who expect nothing, for they shall never be disappointed."
  • "Trying is  the first step towards failure." "And from the ashes of failure rise the phoenix of success."
  • "Sometimes people write novels and they just be so wordy and self-absorbed. I am not a fan of books. I would never want a book's autograph. I am a proud non-reader of books." - Kanye West May 26 2009 . Don't be like Kanye, Read a Book!
  • "Flesh of stone, bone of stone. Heart of ston, soul of stone, I call thee Golem!"
  • "Allow me to warn you that challenging my ingenuity is a dangerous sort of project, and may tend to make your life a lot more surreal."
  • "I'll kill you! i'll kill you to death!!"
  • "The impossible often has a kind of integrity which the merely improbable lacks."
  • "Giving up never helped anyone miss. Trust me on that."
  • "Everyone breaks. The only question is when." 
  • "Drug test? What kind of drugs are we testing?"
  • "Miracles don't exist, but Lex Luthor does."
  • INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE GAME:
  • you do not know the rules of the game
  • you do not know the stakes of the game
  • you do not know the objective of the game
  • you do not know who controls the game
  • you do not know how to end the game
  • You start with 100 points.
  • Begin.

speech given by General Potter to the Chaos Legion, immediately before their first battle, on November 3rd, 1991, at 2:56pm

My troops, I'm not going to lie to you, our situation today is very grim. Dragon Army has never lost a single battle. And Hermione Granger... has a very good memory. The truth is, most of you are probably going to die. And the survivors will envy the dead. But we have to win this. We have to win this so that someday, our children can enjoy the taste of chocolate again. Everything is at stake here. Literally everything. If we lose, the whole universe just blinks out like a light bulb. And now I realize that most of you don't know what a light bulb is. Well, take it from me, it's bad. But if we have to go down, let's go down fighting, like heroes, so that as the darkness closes in, we can think to ourselves, at least we had fun. Are you afraid to die? I know I am. I can feel those cold shivers of fear like someone is pumping ice cream into my shirt. But I know... that history is watching us. It was watching us when we changed into our uniforms. It was probably taking pictures. And history, my troops, is written by the victors. If we win this, we can write our own history. A history in which Hogwarts was founded by four renegade house elves. We can make everyone study that history, even though it isn't true, and if they don't answer the right way on our tests... they'll fail the class. Isn't that worth dying for? No, don't answer that. Some things are better left unknown. None of us know why we're here. None of us know why we're fighting. We just woke up in these uniforms in this mysterious forest, knowing only that there was no way to get our names and memories back except victory. The students in those other armies out there... they're just like us. They don't want to die. They're fighting to protect each other, the only friends they have left. They're fighting because they know they have families who'll miss them, even if they can't remember now. They may even be fighting to save the world. But we have a better reason to fight than they do. We fight because we like it. We fight to amuse eldritch monstrosities from beyond Space and Time. We fight because we're Chaos. Soon the final battle will begin, so let me say now, because I won't get a chance later, that it was an honor to be your commander, however briefly. Thank you, thank you all. And remember, your goal isn't just to cut down the enemy, it's to make them afraid.

  • "You should kill only as a last resort. Taking a person from the world is a tragedy, no matter why it was done. Sometimes it's unavoidable, and has to be done to save more people, but that doesn't make it good. Simply less bad. The question you have to ask yourself is wether those deaths had meaning? Did they die to save more people? - No. Don't kill. Never kill. Even as a last result.
  • "You can insult them, hate them, kill them, whatever, but you acknowledge them as "people who can think and feel.
  • An immensely complex spell involving the magical concealment of a secret inside a single, living soul. The information is hidden inside the chosen person, or Secret Keeper, and is henceforth impossible to find — unless, of course, the Secret Keeper chooses to divulge it. As long as the Secret Keeper refused to speak, You-Know-Who could search the village where Lily and James were staying for years and never find them, not even if he had his nose pressed against their sitting room window! Fidelius Charm
  • "There is no problem that can't be solved with an explosion of the right size, in the right time, and the right place."
  • Reality wasn't atoms, it wasn't a set of tiny billiard balls bopping around. That was just another lie. The notion of atoms as little dots was just another convenient hallucination that people clung to because they didn't want to confront the inhumanly alien shape of the underlying reality. No wonder, then, that his attempts to Transfigure based on that hadn't worked. If he wanted power, he had to abandon his humanity, and force his thoughts to conform to the true math of quantum mechanics. There were no particles, there were just clouds of amplitude in a multiparticle configuration space and what his brain fondly imagined to be an eraser was nothing except a giganticfactor in a wavefunction that happened to factorize, it didn't have a separate existence any more than there was a particular solid factor of 3 hidden inside the number 6, if his wand was capable of altering factors in an approximately factorizable wavefunction then it should damn well be able to alter the slightly smaller factor that Harry's brain visualized as a patch of material on the eraser -
  • "Quantum mechanics wasn't enough," Harry said. "I had to go all the way down to timeless physics before it took. Had to see the wand as enforcing a relation between separate past and future realities, instead of changing anything over time - but I did it, Hermione, I saw past the illusion of objects, and I bet there's not a single other wizard in the world who could have. Even if some Muggleborn knew about timeless formulations of quantum mechanics, it would just be a weird belief about strange distant quantum stuff, they wouldn't seethat it was reality, accept that the world they knew was just a hallucination. I Transfigured part of the eraser without changing the whole thing."
  • "Just . . . more. I want there to be mysteries we can't solve, things we can't explain away. I want to be part of a bigger picture we can't see all of. I want there to be something waiting after we die. Hope and peace and justice for all the people who don't get it while they're alive."
  • "I will not go for their eyes, I will not go for their eyes, I will not go for their eyes, it would be the end of my life in Hogwarts, I'll be arrested."
  • Sometimes, when this flawed world seems unusually hateful, I wonder whether there might be some other place, far away, where I should have been... But the stars are so very, very far away... And I wonder what I would dream about, if I slept for a long, long time.
  • And Harry couldn't understand Professor Quirrell's words, it might have been an alien that had spoken, or an Artificial Intelligence, something built along such different lines from Harry that his brain couldn't be forced to operate in that mode. You couldn't leave your home planet while it still contained a place like Azkaban You had to stay and fight.
  • "I can answer in one word. It is victory'.' Victory at all costs - Victory in spite of all terrors - Victory, however long and hard the road may be, for without victory there is no -"
  • "You are familiar with the question, 'nature or nurture?' It is not a valid question. Both are important in a person's development. That is why, sometimes, for a person to reach their potential and become the adult they are meant to be, it is necessary for them to be born to one set of parents but raised by another. It is not a sign that they were rejected or flawed in any way. It is just a manifestation of Heaven's plans for them."
  • It's not about him. It's about us. About not just talking about liberty and justice, but actually living our beliefs. The system has to work for everyone or it doesn't work for anyone. You just have to have faith that if we all do our best to live up to our principles, the innocent will go free, the guilty will be punished, and the victims will have justice.
  • "We are men of action. Lies do not become us."
  • Harry thought over his collected experimental data. It was only the most crude and preliminary sort of effort, but it was enough to support at least one conclusion:"Aaaaaaarrrgh this doesn't make any sense!"
  • "When we are young we believe that we know everything, and so we believe that if we see no explanation for something, then no explanation exists. When we are older we realise that the whole universe works by a rhythm and a reason, even if we ourselves do not know it. It is only our own ignorance which appears to us as insanity."
  • "How, without wands or magic? Science doesn't work by waving wands and chanting spells, it works by knowing how the universe works on such a deep level that you know exactly what to do in order to make the universe do what you want. If magic is like casting Imperio on someone to make them do what you want, then science is like knowing them so well that you can convince them it was their own idea all along. It's a lot more difficult than waving a wand, but it works when wands fail, just like if the Imperiusfailed you could still try persuading a person. And Science builds from generation to generation. You have to really know what you're doing to do science - and when you really understand something, you can explain it to someone else. The greatest scientists of one century ago, the brightest names that are still spoken with reverence, their powers are asnothing to the greatest scientists of today. There is no equivalent in science of your lost arts that raised Hogwarts. In science our powers wax by the year. And we are beginning to understand and unravel the secrets of life and inheritance. We'll be able to look at the very blood of which you spoke, and see what makes you a wizard, and in one or two more generations, we'll be able to persuade that blood to make all your children powerful wizards too. So you see, your problem isn't nearly as bad as it looks, because in a few more decades, science will be able to solve it for you."
  • "One of my tutors once said that people form close friendships by knowing private things about each other, and the reason most people don't make close friends is because they're too embarrassed to share anything really important about themselves.""Your turn?"
  • "Don't take this the wrong way, but how do you know that?""I ask the fundamental question of rationality: Why do you believe what you believe? What do you think you know and how do you think you know it? What makes you think Lucius wouldn't sacrifice you the same way he'd sacrifice anything else for power?"</span></p>
  • "Magic was so incredibly opaque, convoluted, and impenetrable, that even though wizards and witches had tried their best to understand, they'd made little or no progress and eventually given up; and Harry would do no better."
  • "They were military men. Not the guys who fought for duty and honor and country. These were the hardcore ones who fought because they knew nothing else, the special ops ones, the ones that could kill you just on sheer impulse."
  • BOY-WHO-LIVED GETS DRACO MALFOY PREGNANT'
  • "Suppose you come into work and see your colleague kicking his desk. You think, 'what an angry person he must be'. Your colleague is thinking about how someone bumped him into a wall on the way to work and then shouted at him. Anyone would be angry at that, he thinks. When we look at others we see personality traits that explain their behaviour, but when we look at ourselves we see circumstances that explain our behaviour. People's stories make internal sense to them, from the inside, but we don't see people's histories trailing behind them in the air. We only see them in one situation, and we don't see what they would be like in a different situation. So the fundamental attribution error is that we explain by permanent, enduring traits what would be better explained by circumstance and context." H on the Fundamental attribution error.
  • Magic is cheating: Magic is the practice of altering natural laws to produce desired effect. Science is the practice of utilizing natural laws to produce desired effect. Thus, your computer won't work too well if you're altering electrical resistance to produce lightning bolts, your car won't work too well if you're altering combustion point of atmosphere to produce fireballs, and you won't find sharpening a piece of metal to work if you're altering its density to make it stronger. Magic is dependent on the skill of the user, and can lead to creation of demigods, but can't be mass produced. Technology takes centuries to get its footing, and scientists are thus always squishy, but can inherently change their world. This often leads to cycles where one trumps the other, only to break and give way to the other.
  • "When we hunt, we kill! No one is safe! Nothing is sacred! We will burn our own to hold the line! It's the last line to ever hold! We are Blackwatch! We are the last line of defense! Nothing crosses the red line! Not civilians! Not infected! Not women or children! Not even fucking dogs! Anything tries, you burn it! Then you shoot it! Then burn it again!"

Circulatory/Respiratory Systems

http://www.factmonster.com/dk/science/encyclopedia/circulatory-system.html

http://www.innerbody.com/anatomy/respiratory

Circulatory System and Respiratory System.

CIRCULATORY SYSTEM

The circulatory system is centred on theHEART, a muscular organ that rhythmically pumpsBLOOD around a complex network ofBLOOD VESSELS extending to every part of the body. Blood carries the oxygen and nutrients needed to fuel the activities of the body’s tissues and organs, and it plays a vital role in removing the body’s waste products. An average-sized adult carries about 5 litres (9 pints) of blood.

PARTS OF THE SYSTEM

All the output of blood from the left side of the heart goes into the aorta, the body’s largest artery. Other arteries branch from the aorta to supply blood to the head, limbs, and internal organs. The blood is drained from all these parts by veins into two large vessels, the inferior and superior venae cava, which deliver the blood back to the right side of the heart.

HEART

The heart contracts tirelessly – more than 2.5 billion times over an average lifetime – to pump blood around the body. These contractions are triggered by electrical impulses that originate in a specialized area of heart tissue. The signals spread through the muscle in the wall of the heart via a network of conducting fibres.

INSIDE THE HEART

The heart has two upper chambers, called atria, and two lower chambers, called ventricles. Blood from the body arrives in the right atrium. This blood is low in oxygen, and is shown here in blue. The blood passes to the right ventricle, which pumps it to the lungs to pick up more oxygen. The left atrium receives oxygen-rich blood (red) back from the lungs. This passes to the left ventricle, which pumps it by way of the aorta to the body.

HEART VALVES

At the exit of each heart chamber lies a valve, which ensures the one-way flow of blood through the heart and into the circulation. These valves are made of flaps that open to allow blood to pass through but snap tightly shut to prevent backflow. The valves have three flaps, except for the valve between the left atrium and left ventricle, which has two.

BLOOD VESSELS

If an adult’s blood vessels were laid end to end, they would stretch out over 100,000 km (62,500 miles). There are three main types of vessel. Arteries carry blood from the heart to the body’s tissues, while veins carry blood back from the tissues to the heart. Small arteries are called arterioles and small veins are referred to as venules. The third and smallest type of vessel, capillaries, form a network connecting the smallest arterioles with the smallest venules.

TYPES OF BLOOD VESSEL

Arteries have relatively thick elastic walls that enable them to withstand the high pressure of blood pumped from the heart. By the time the blood has been forced through capillaries and arrived in veins, its pressure has dropped, so veins have thinner walls.

BLOOD

Blood is composed of a straw-coloured fluid, plasma, and huge numbers of blood cells that float in the plasma. Of the two main types of blood cell, red blood cells carry oxygen to the body’s tissues, and white blood cells help defend the body against infection. Blood also transports nutrients, proteins needed for blood clotting, and waste products.

BLOOD CLOTTING

If a blood vessel is damaged, a clot forms to stop blood leaking. First, platelets stick together to form a plug that stops the leak. At the same time, a complex sequence of chemical events in the blood leads to the production of long strands of a protein called fibrin. These bind the blood cells and debris together to form a gel-like clot that gradually solidifies. The solid clot remains until the blood vessel has been repaired.

BLOOD CELLS

A drop of blood contains millions of red cells, and each cell contains 250 million molecules of a substance called haemoglobin. In the lungs, oxygen binds to haemoglobin, but in the tissues the oxygen is released again. Several types of white blood cell exist, and all are important to the body’s immune system. Platelets are tiny cells that are needed for blood clotting.

Respiratory System.

The cells of the human body require a constant stream of oxygen to stay alive. The respiratory system provides oxygen to the body’s cells while removing carbon dioxide, a waste product that can be lethal if allowed to accumulate. There are 3 major parts of the respiratory system: the airway, the lungs, and the muscles of respiration. The airway, which includes the nose, mouth, pharynx, larynx, trachea, bronchi, and bronchioles, carries air between the lungs and the body’s exterior. The lungs act as the functional units of the respiratory system by passing oxygen into the body and carbon dioxide out of the body. Finally, the muscles of respiration, including the diaphragm and intercostal muscles, work together to act as a pump, pushing air into and out of the lungs during breathing.

Nose and Nasal Cavity The nose and nasal cavity form the main external opening for the respiratory system and are the first section of the body’s airway—the respiratory tract through which air moves. The nose is a structure of the face made of cartilage, bone, muscle, and skin that supports and protects the anterior portion of the nasal cavity. The nasal cavity is a hollow space within the nose and skull that is lined with hairs and mucus membrane. The function of the nasal cavity is to warm, moisturize, and filter air entering the body before it reaches the lungs. Hairs and mucus lining the nasal cavity help to trap dust, mold, pollen and other environmental contaminants before they can reach the inner portions of the body. Air exiting the body through the nose returns moisture and heat to the nasal cavity before being exhaled into the environment.


Mouth

The mouth, also known as the oral cavity, is the secondary external opening for the respiratory tract. Most normal breathing takes place through the nasal cavity, but the oral cavity can be used to supplement or replace the nasal cavity’s functions when needed. Because the pathway of air entering the body from the mouth is shorter than the pathway for air entering from the nose, the mouth does not warm and moisturize the air entering the lungs as well as the nose performs this function. The mouth also lacks the hairs and sticky mucus that filter air passing through the nasal cavity. The one advantage of breathing through the mouth is that its shorter distance and larger diameter allows more air to quickly enter the body.


Pharynx The pharynx, also known as the throat, is a muscular funnel that extends from the posterior end of the nasal cavity to the superior end of the esophagus and larynx. The pharynx is divided into 3 regions: the nasopharynx, oropharynx, and laryngopharynx. The nasopharynx is the superior region of the pharynx found in the posterior of the nasal cavity. Inhaled air from the nasal cavity passes into the nasopharynx and descends through the oropharynx, located in the posterior of the oral cavity. Air inhaled through the oral cavity enters the pharynx at the oropharynx. The inhaled air then descends into the laryngopharynx, where it is diverted into the opening of the larynx by the epiglottis. The epiglottis is a flap of elastic cartilage that acts as a switch between the trachea and the esophagus. Because the pharynx is also used to swallow food, the epiglottis ensures that air passes into the trachea by covering the opening to the esophagus. During the process of swallowing, the epiglottis moves to cover the trachea to ensure that food enters the esophagus and to prevent choking.


Larynx

The larynx, also known as the voice box, is a short section of the airway that connects the laryngopharynx and the trachea. The larynx is located in the anterior portion of the neck, just inferior to the hyoid bone and superior to the trachea. Several cartilage structures make up the larynx and give it its structure. The epiglottis is one of the cartilage pieces of the larynx and serves as the cover of the larynx during swallowing. Inferior to the epiglottis is the thyroid cartilage, which is often referred to as the Adam’s apple as it is most commonly enlarged and visible in adult males. The thyroidholds open the anterior end of the larynx and protects the vocal folds. Inferior to the thyroid cartilage is the ring-shaped cricoid cartilage which holds the larynx open and supports its posterior end. In addition to cartilage, the larynx contains special structures known as vocal folds, which allow the body to produce the sounds of speech and singing. The vocal folds are folds of mucous membrane that vibrate to produce vocal sounds. The tension and vibration speed of the vocal folds can be changed to change the pitch that they produce.


Trachea

The trachea, or windpipe, is a 5-inch long tube made of C-shaped hyaline cartilage rings lined with pseudostratified ciliated columnar epithelium. The trachea connects the larynx to the bronchi and allows air to pass through the neck and into the thorax. The rings of cartilage making up the trachea allow it to remain open to air at all times. The open end of the cartilage rings faces posteriorly toward the esophagus, allowing the esophagus to expand into the space occupied by the trachea to accommodate masses of food moving through the esophagus.

The main function of the trachea is to provide a clear airway for air to enter and exit the lungs. In addition, the epithelium lining the trachea produces mucus that traps dust and other contaminants and prevents it from reaching the lungs. Cilia on the surface of the epithelial cells move the mucus superiorly toward the pharynx where it can be swallowed and digested in the gastrointestinal tract.


Bronchi and Bronchioles

At the inferior end of the trachea, the airway splits into left and right branches known as the primary bronchi. The left and right bronchi run into each lung before branching off into smaller secondary bronchi. The secondary bronchi carry air into the lobes of the lungs—2 in the left lung and 3 in the right lung. The secondary bronchi in turn split into many smaller tertiary bronchi within each lobe. The tertiary bronchi split into many smaller bronchioles that spread throughout the lungs. Each bronchiole further splits into many smaller branches less than a millimeter in diameter called terminal bronchioles. Finally, the millions of tiny terminal bronchioles conduct air to the alveoli of the lungs.

As the airway splits into the tree-like branches of the bronchi and bronchioles, the structure of the walls of the airway begins to change. The primary bronchi contain many C-shaped cartilage rings that firmly hold the airway open and give the bronchi a cross-sectional shape like a flattened circle or a letter D. As the bronchi branch into secondary and tertiary bronchi, the cartilage becomes more widely spaced and more smooth muscle and elastin protein is found in the walls. The bronchioles differ from the structure of the bronchi in that they do not contain any cartilage at all. The presence of smooth muscles and elastin allow the smaller bronchi and bronchioles to be more flexible and contractile.


The main function of the bronchi and bronchioles is to carry air from the trachea into the lungs. Smooth muscle tissue in their walls helps to regulate airflow into the lungs. When greater volumes of air are required by the body, such as during exercise, the smooth muscle relaxes to dilate the bronchi and bronchioles. The dilated airway provides less resistance to airflow and allows more air to pass into and out of the lungs. The smooth muscle fibers are able to contract during rest to prevent hyperventilation. The bronchi and bronchioles also use the mucus and cilia of their epithelial lining to trap and move dust and other contaminants away from the lungs.


Lungs

The lungs are a pair of large, spongy organs found in the thorax lateral to the heartand superior to the diaphragm. Each lung is surrounded by a pleural membrane that provides the lung with space to expand as well as a negative pressure space relative to the body’s exterior. The negative pressure allows the lungs to passively fill with air as they relax. The left and right lungs are slightly different in size and shape due to the heart pointing to the left side of the body. The left lung is therefore slightly smaller than the right lung and is made up of 2 lobes while the right lung has 3 lobes.

The interior of the lungs is made up of spongy tissues containing many capillaries and around 30 million tiny sacs known as alveoli. The alveoli are cup-shaped structures found at the end of the terminal bronchioles and surrounded by capillaries. The alveoli are lined with thin simple squamous epithelium that allows air entering the alveoli to exchange its gases with the blood passing through the capillaries.


Muscles of Respiration

Surrounding the lungs are sets of muscles that are able to cause air to be inhaled or exhaled from the lungs. The principal muscle of respiration in the human body is the diaphragm, a thin sheet of skeletal muscle that forms the floor of the thorax. When the diaphragm contracts, it moves inferiorly a few inches into the abdominal cavity, expanding the space within the thoracic cavity and pulling air into the lungs. Relaxation of the diaphragm allows air to flow back out the lungs during exhalation.

Between the ribs are many small intercostal muscles that assist the diaphragm with expanding and compressing the lungs. These muscles are divided into 2 groups: the internal intercostal muscles and the external intercostal muscles. The internal intercostal muscles are the deeper set of muscles and depress the ribs to compress the thoracic cavity and force air to be exhaled from the lungs. The external intercostals are found superficial to the internal intercostals and function to elevate the ribs, expanding the volume of the thoracic cavity and causing air to be inhaled into the lungs.


Pulmonary Ventilation

Pulmonary ventilation is the process of moving air into and out of the lungs to facilitate gas exchange. The respiratory system uses both a negative pressure system and the contraction of muscles to achieve pulmonary ventilation. The negative pressure system of the respiratory system involves the establishment of a negative pressure gradient between the alveoli and the external atmosphere. The pleural membrane seals the lungs and maintains the lungs at a pressure slightly below that of the atmosphere when the lungs are at rest. This results in air following the pressure gradient and passively filling the lungs at rest. As the lungs fill with air, the pressure within the lungs rises until it matches the atmospheric pressure. At this point, more air can be inhaled by the contraction of the diaphragm and the external intercostal muscles, increasing the volume of the thorax and reducing the pressure of the lungs below that of the atmosphere again.  To exhale air, the diaphragm and external intercostal muscles relax while the internal intercostal muscles contract to reduce the volume of the thorax and increase the pressure within the thoracic cavity. The pressure gradient is now reversed, resulting in the exhalation of air until the pressures inside the lungs and outside of the body are equal. At this point, the elastic nature of the lungs causes them to recoil back to their resting volume, restoring the negative pressure gradient present during inhalation.


External Respiration

External respiration is the exchange of gases between the air filling the alveoli and the blood in the capillaries surrounding the walls of the alveoli. Air entering the lungs from the atmosphere has a higher partial pressure of oxygen and a lower partial pressure of carbon dioxide than does the blood in the capillaries. The difference in partial pressures causes the gases to diffuse passively along their pressure gradients from high to low pressure through the simple squamous epithelium lining of the alveoli. The net result of external respiration is the movement of oxygen from the air into the blood and the movement of carbon dioxide from the blood into the air. The oxygen can then be transported to the body’s tissues while carbon dioxide is released into the atmosphere during exhalation.


Internal Respiration

Internal respiration is the exchange of gases between the blood in capillaries and the tissues of the body. Capillary blood has a higher partial pressure of oxygen and a lower partial pressure of carbon dioxide than the tissues through which it passes. The difference in partial pressures leads to the diffusion of gases along their pressure gradients from high to low pressure through the endothelium lining of the capillaries. The net result of internal respiration is the diffusion of oxygen into the tissues and the diffusion of carbon dioxide into the blood.


Transportation of Gases

The 2 major respiratory gases, oxygen and carbon dioxide, are transported through the body in the blood. Blood plasma has the ability to transport some dissolved oxygen and carbon dioxide, but most of the gases transported in the blood are bonded to transport molecules. Hemoglobin is an important transport molecule found in red blood cells that carries almost 99% of the oxygen in the blood. Hemoglobin can also carry a small amount of carbon dioxide from the tissues back to the lungs. However, the vast majority of carbon dioxide is carried in the plasma as bicarbonate ion. When the partial pressure of carbon dioxide is high in the tissues, the enzyme carbonic anhydrase catalyzes a reaction between carbon dioxide and water to form carbonic acid. Carbonic acid then dissociates into hydrogen ion and bicarbonate ion. When the partial pressure of carbon dioxide is low in the lungs, the reactions reverse and carbon dioxide is liberated into the lungs to be exhaled.


Homeostatic Control of Respiration

Under normal resting conditions, the body maintains a quiet breathing rate and depth called eupnea. Eupnea is maintained until the body’s demand for oxygen and production of carbon dioxide rises due to greater exertion. Autonomic chemoreceptors in the body monitor the partial pressures of oxygen and carbon dioxide in the blood and send signals to the respiratory center of the brain stem. The respiratory center then adjusts the rate and depth of breathing to return the blood to its normal levels of gas partial pressures.

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  • Gunnerkrigg Court Now on Page 1234
  • Harry Crow Now on page 1
  • Sex and Shackles Nightwing Ivy M now on Page 4
  • Forlorn I learned a new word!
  • He refused to cry.
  • Page 2
  • Note; Dick Grayson is bisexual. Even Flash. This fic's pretty hot.
  • Pamela Isley = Poison Ivy. Sister Patricia Isley? Pamela's new name is Payton Ives.
  • Poison Ivy is pregnant with Nightwing's child. Unknown How.
  • Ivy loved Dick Grayson since he was Robin. Pedophile much? Her powers keep her on his league.
  • The baby is William.
  • Page 3
  • Reunion.
  • Page 4 
  • Dick sees the baby's eyes. They're akin to his.
  • Sex. 
  • These two are perfect for each other.
  • "You should never be allowed to wear clothes."
  • Family bonding.
  • Identity Crisis (Not really)
  • This might cause another friction between Bruce and Dick.
  • Small paranoia and limited closure.
  • Page 5
  • Ivy is dying. possibly.
  • William is in more ways than one a replica of his parents.
  • Ivy and Dick are symbiotically connected.
  • Ivy altered Nightwing's biology. Making him a technical metahuman.
  • Heart to heart with his sibling tim drake, who uncovers yet another mystery!
  • Bat Family Bonding.
  • Lover's reunion and sex.
  • Payton begged Dick to put himself in her. Hot.
  • An honest lustful and wanting sex.
  • Ultra hot sex.
  • Wonderfully written after sex.
  • Secret's out. Intentional hiding of the truth. Dick buys it (hope not.)
  • Family reunion.
  • Dick's Identity is compromised. Meh. Kids.
  • Ivy said she's changing based on nature. How much she's witholding from Dick is unknown.
  • Dick gives the two kids the Talk (of the hero/villain world.)
  • After switching topics, tv.
  • First time in everythig.
  • United as One Generator Rex Ben 10 Crossover Now on Story 3 Page 10
  • The spake of Superman Now on 11
  • “Maybe they would have surprised you.” Clark shrugged. “Diana and Kara are almost as in love with each other as they are with me.” - Spake of Superman*Spider and Goddess Spiderman M Now on Page 1
  • Justice League Series Justice League Fanfiction Now on Story 8 Page 41
  • Clown Queen of Crime Batman M Now on Page 2
  • Batanova Batman JLU M Now on Page 1
  • Pokemon Elite 3some M
  • DireSquirrel Thinking in Little Green Boxes.htm Harry Potter Deadpool Now on Page 1
  • Destination, Darkness Buffy the vampire slayer, Thor, Fullmetal Alchemist, Deathnote, Transformers and Green Lantern Mega Crossover Fanfiction Now on Page 1
  • Return of Superboy Prime Now on Page 11 Done!
  • A night to remember Young Justice M Now on Page 4
  • Dead Or Alive 4 The Devil Factor Dead Or Alive Devil May Cry Crossover Now on Page 40 Dead? Must Continue the Legacy.
  • Dead or Alive 5 Damned Spirit Dead Or Alive Devil My Cry Tribute to DOE Devil Factor Now on Page 12 Hold
  • Asmodeus Harry Potter Supernatural Now on Page 1
  • Red Days Dresden Files FF Now On Page 1
  • The Clockmaker's girl Dark Material Page 1
  • In Memoriam Shayguy's Comment. Wonderful Toaru Fic! Now on Page 7
  • Harry Potter and the Methods of Rationality Respect to this one! Also style copy! Everyone's smarter and no retards! Now on Page 96 Here's the Link for HPMOR. Fanfic 42 has removed alot of scenes. Must check real site about Sirius Black. 
  • Harry Potter and the Nightmares of Future Past Now on Page 37. Might make 1 myself. Possibly incomplete.
  • A Hero Durseley POV Done!
  • Wizards Fall Deconstruction Harry Potter Page 1
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  • Power of Love Harry Potter Fanfiction Now on age 2
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  • When the end justifies the means Harry Potter Mature now on page 2
  • Harry Potter and the Curse's cure Now on Page 36- beautiful Tonks sasy Wotcher, Voldemort has a homonculus body. I love the different Point-Of-Views! The bashing is annoying, but the story is overall a 7/10! Lily's alive. Heart of Davy Jones. Similar to a Horcrux. Bill encountered some in egypt.

The item is known as a Horcrux, and it is one of the foulest, darkest, most terrible magics ever created. Though not quite accurate, the essence of a horcrux is that a magical person tears their soul, and attaches one piece to the object. The torn part is not completely separate, however. Think of a tree limb, branching out, with the end of each branch attached to an object while the ‘trunk' remains in the original body. The process to create a horcrux - in particular, tearing the soul - is a murder-based ritual. But not just any murder. It has to be a murder of an ‘Innocent soul'. 31 Veela, by their nature, were sensual beings, but a little known fact about them was the fact that when aroused, they tended to ‘broadcast' that feeling on a wide band. Anyone in the vicinity of a Veela feeling the mating urges would feel an echo of their passion. It was why Veela usually tried to mate well away from others, as often their broadcast caused others to act on those impulses, with potentially embarrassing consequences. A Veela could learn how to minimise their broadcast, but it took years of training. Fleur shivered and felt a mini-orgasm flush through her in sympathy to the climaxes her friends... lovers... mates, had. Subconsciously, on a purely primitive level, Fleur's inner Veela had already determined that Harry was her Alpha mate, and the other witches were sister mates, equal partners in their family.

page 38 As highly sexual beings, Veela's had a deserved reputation as being promiscuous. Etched runes. The sides of the bullet had runic symbols etched into it, dozens of them. Each had been filled with silver, allowing for near permanent enchantment of the round. Feeling his fingers deaden, he scowled before hurling the bullet into the sink where it clattered about before finally coming to rest. Magical suppressant runes, much like the ones used on the cuffs the Auror's used, only more insidious, and much more powerful. 35 Tracey becomes Harry's whore. The pity shit in this story is unbearable to the point of being abnoxious. Grimmauld 12 place.

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  • Harry Potter Artemis Fowl Now on Page 14
  • Page 1
  • Artemis reminds me of Voldemort.
  • Page 2
  • Artemis gains the invitation to a magic school.
  • Angeline is a lestrange. His dad a Fowl.
  • Welcome to Magic
  • Page 3
  • Magic stuff
  • More magic
  • Page 4
  • Fowls cherish the slytherin way.
  • Artemis Fowl is simply badass!
  • Ollivander is a man who simply knows everything and can keep it a secret. Quite possibly immortal too.
  • Hecate is the goddess of magic, witchcraft, necromancy, and crossroads, often associated with the goddess Artemis in Greek mythology. The cypress is also the tree of the goddess Artemis.
  • Page 5
  • Magic combo with Muggle Science was used to kidnap Artemis' Dad.
  • Artemis knows How to do the space expansion charm
  • Artemis is like a very cool magical spy.
  • Artemis. Meet Draco Malfoy.
  • Page 6
  • Fight?
  • Blaise Zabini in the house!
  • House chat
  • dark hair, blue eyes, suit to kill, all that IS being a Fowl
  • Butler might be large.
  • "I'm afraid you'll sink our ship, Draco," Blaise said. "Crabbe and Goyle can stay, though." Blaise could really be cruel when he wanted.
  • Artemis is not a supporter of following rules.
  • The sorting ceremony is about to commence!
  • Page 7
  • Welcome to Slytherin.
  • Page 8
  • Serious welcome.
  • Wonderful example of Slytherin. Where people need to stick together, stick together.
  • Page 9
  • Flight class.
  • Again. Just noticed, this fic is quite short.
  • Theodore Nott joins the crew. 
  • Page 10
  • Awesome! Trolls already!
  • Slytherin bravery right now. Awesome!
  • Why do I feel that some greater deity is controlling this plot-line? Artemis thought.
  • Moments of awesome. A lot of them.
  • Mcgonnal is behind them. Busted!
  • Page 11
  • Dumbledore moments of cool.
  • Rumors are spreading.
  • Artemis likes being anonymous. Blaise not so much.
  • Artemis realizes alot of things.
  • People in slytherin are plotting. 
  • Page 12
  • Alot of theories put to the test.
  • Artemis made the 3 griffins look like imbecile children. Not too much bashing, Harry was just a little OOC. But given their limited evidence, it was a logical thing to do.
  • It would make a wonderful plot if the trio are acting as well for their own benefit.
  • Dark thoughts.
  • Page 13
  • Indubitably.
  • A thief's trade.
  • Russia has a corrupt ministry of magic.
  • Philosopher's stone = Fairies.
  • My how greedy Artemis is.
  • Page 14
  • Game on.
  • It's not Draco's fault for being arrogant. He just wanted his father to be proud of him. And there's a wide definition of proud.
  • Draco's point of view.
  • cool pov. Draco's human side.
  • Sparkling vampires LoL.

Young Justice Beta

  • Now on Page 52
  • 48
  • kissing!
  • 49
  • Wet dream Maddison
  • Dream Dante woke her up. Damn that's some imaginary friend!
  • Ethan has a funny dream.
  • Ending commeth.
  • 51
  • Ethan is so funny.
  • Wally and Artemis quit being heroes. Following canon.
  • meh- Artemis
  • They're betting on wether Ty gets Emma. I bet yes.
  • Fuck yes!!! I was right! I was a wise mon! FUCK YEAH!
  • Love is in the air for emma nad tyreese.
  • The light shall set you free.
  • 52

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Powers and abilities: Mr.Mxyzptlk[edit]

Mr. Mxyzptlk has access to fifth-dimensional technology that appears to be magical to third-dimensional beings. His abilities are limited only by his willpower (he could, for example, make Superman morbidly obese by snapping his fingers). His only apparent weakness is that whenever he speaks his name backwards, he is shunted back to the fifth dimension, and all effects of his "magic" vanish, making everything as it was before he appeared. Although Mxyzptlk's gullible nature often makes it easy for Superman or other individuals to trick him into saying his name backwards, it is only a temporary deterrent; after ninety days, he can again visit Earth at will.

Though easily the most powerful of Superman's recurring enemies, Mxyzptlk is simply a fun-loving prankster who prefers to use his power for childish antics and light-hearted harassment rather than intentional malicious evil, as he would get bored very quickly by doing so; thus he is more of an annoyance to the Man of Steel than a true threat.

Paradoxically, Mxyzptlk (at least in his pre-Crisis persona) is actually somewhat protective of Superman because, in his opinion, Superman's generally serious demeanor makes him an exceptionally entertaining target for pranks. For example, in DC Comics Presents #34 (June 1981), Mxyzptlk, prompted by his endless search for distraction, teams up with Captain Marvel's archenemy Mister Mind to double-team their foes, not realizing that Mind, unlike himself, is a ruthless murderer. When Mind threatens their enemies with death, Mxyzptlk, who until that point was mostly indifferent to Mind's intent on world conquest, emphatically declares,"Superman lives, or I want out!" When Mind, deeming Mxyzptlk no longer necessary to his scheme, threatens the imp, Mxyzptlk voluntarily says his name backwards, shunting himself back to the Fifth Dimension and undoing everything he had done to help Mind thus far.(the story also unexpectedly involved Hoppy the Marvel Bunny. Mr. Mxyzptlk also made an unexpected save when the Kryptonite Kid had defeated Superboy and was about to kill him. He wished to keep Superboy (and Superman) around so he could go on pestering him .

Though the exact limits of Mr. Mxyzptlk's powers are unknown, his power apparently dwarfs that of even third-dimension cosmic beings. During Grant Morrison's Justice League run, the higher-dimensional nature of Mxyzptlk's fellow genies was played to its logical conclusion of possessing power 'two degrees of infinity' higher than any normal beings; Qwsp refers to himself as encompassing both time and hypertime in addition to our spatial dimensions, and another djinn named Lkz overcame and imprisoned the hostless Spectre without apparent trouble. Later, during the Emperor Joker storyline, this is expanded upon: the Joker, possessing the same powers, is able to unweave the very fabric and laws of the cosmos, and render the less powerful than normalHal Jordan Spectre into a deranged puppet, Mxyzptlk explaining that he has the power to do what the Joker is doing to the world but never uses it because he would run the risk of destroying reality from the strain he would be subjecting it to and thus leave himself with nothing to do the next day. In the Day of Vengeance miniseries, the Spectre easily overpowered Jakeem Thunder and his 5th dimension genie, Thunderbolt. However, the Thunderbolt is limited by its master's ability to verbally frame a wish. Also as seen in the an issue of Adventures of Superman during the Ruin story line, Mr. Mxyzptlk's was weakened because of the Spectre's attempt to destroy magic, so much so that he could not remember how to say his name backwards to go back to the 5th Dimension.

Also, Annataz Arataz was able to prevent Mxyzptlk from using his powers while Superboy-Prime's prisoner, preventing the imp from escaping (Prime himself being immune to all magic). Though Zatanna of the normal DC Universe was shown to have been equal to Zor, the Rogue Time Tailor during Grant Morrison's Seven Soldiers of Victory (Zor being an entity capable of bending space and time with magic). The 5th and 6th dimension beings' power levels have not yet been fully explained.

A point as to the nature of Mr. Mxyzptlk has been raised in Batman #680. Batman asks his 5th Dimension counterpart, Bat-Mite, if he is really an imp from the 5th Dimension or just a figment of his imagination. Bat-Mite responds that the two are one and the same: the 5th Dimension is imagination.

Mxyztplk is virtually omnipotent due to extremely avdvanced "Super-Science" that works like magic, allowing him to perform virtually anything imagineble - though he has not killed Superman and has a weakness in the form of whenever someone tricks him into speaking his name backwards he will be banished to the Fifth Dimension for a short while.

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Though most often portrayed merely as an annoyance, the true powers of Mr. Mxyzptlk are some of the greatest there is. As a 5th dimensional imp, like the Bat-Mite and the Thunderbolt, he is capable of virtually anything he wants to do, having once created and destroyed a fully functioning dimension just for a game he played, summoned Darkseid and survived it. He is also powerful enough to utilize the seemingly all powerful, toon force, in certain occasions and his kind is also immune to time manipulation as Hourman One Million was unable to unmake the calamity caused by Lkz (A djinn from 5th dimension). Despite being a prankster, rather than a malevolent entity who either seeks to dominate or annihilate all reality, he is capable of destroying multiverse and all space and time as it was stated by The Spectre and himself when the infamous event known as Emperor Joker took place.

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