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Aug
18
comment How come that we “feel” it when someone's watching us
This may be a better fit on the Cognitive Sciences SE [cogsci.stackexchange.com]
Aug
17
comment Are there any studies on the fertility levels of humans/mammals as a function of their stay at Antarctica?
Agreed on your final remark. A study would still be atleast partially relevant with the ATS coming up for renewal in a decade or so ...
Aug
16
asked Are there any studies on the fertility levels of humans/mammals as a function of their stay at Antarctica?
Jul
27
asked What use a pair of lips?
Jul
25
accepted How does a new species survive without suffering inbreeding?
Jul
20
comment In what animal species is the sex ratio skewed in favour of the fertile female?
@Oreotrephes: Yep. Thanks. Just updated the title
Jul
20
revised In what animal species is the sex ratio skewed in favour of the fertile female?
Narrowed the scope a bit
Jul
20
asked How does a new species survive without suffering inbreeding?
Jul
20
asked In what animal species is the sex ratio skewed in favour of the fertile female?
Jul
15
comment Are human eyes equally sensitive to AC, and DC lamps?
@WYSIWYG: The link to the other post was helpful. ty (+:
Jul
14
asked Are human eyes equally sensitive to AC, and DC lamps?
Jun
20
revised What nutritious insects exist to farm that require the least attention?
Replaced 'most minimal' by 'least'
Jun
20
revised What is the life-span of the various organs in the human body?
fixed spelling millennium plural nia
Jun
10
awarded  Yearling
Apr
17
awarded  Popular Question
Mar
28
comment Expanding the SETI initiative to seek intelligent data within DNA sequences?
+1: I had the idea about DNA as database too, but it didn't occur to me to marry that thought with distributed computing initiatives! Well done!
Mar
27
accepted Is stereo olfactory ability restricted to humans?
Mar
26
asked Is stereo olfactory ability restricted to humans?
Mar
6
comment Is there any evolutionary/physiological advantage to multi-lateral symmetry?
@Kevin: Thank you. The question you found is very similar; it didn't appear in my search for 'symmetry' 'physiology' when i looked - hence this question posted.
Mar
6
revised Is there any evolutionary/physiological advantage to multi-lateral symmetry?
Additional detail on use of the word multi-lateral symmetry