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isJustMe works as an enterprise developer for a Fortune 500 multinational information technology corporation, he is passionate about programming, specially Web Development & Business Intelligence.


Jun
28
comment Shouldn't evolution have taken care of baldness already?
using that premise you can link pretty much anything you want, for instance if high testosterone causes that men have more sex than usual would that mean that sex causes cancer?
Jun
28
comment Shouldn't evolution have taken care of baldness already?
the article actually talks about the level of testosterone, baldness is consequence of high testosterone but the baldness itself holds no correlation with cancer
Jun
25
awarded  Scholar
Jun
25
accepted Shouldn't evolution have taken care of baldness already?
Jun
22
comment Shouldn't evolution have taken care of baldness already?
fish never grow hair, they don't get bald within their lifespan I don't see any correlation between a fish and my question.
Jun
22
comment Shouldn't evolution have taken care of baldness already?
+1 nice and full explanation
Jun
22
comment Shouldn't evolution have taken care of baldness already?
I voted up man, must be someone else
Jun
22
awarded  Supporter
Jun
22
comment Shouldn't evolution have taken care of baldness already?
+1 The fact about africans having less tendecy to baldness is interesting
Jun
21
awarded  Student
Jun
21
awarded  Autobiographer
Jun
21
asked Shouldn't evolution have taken care of baldness already?