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comment How is evolution possible in contemporary humans?
No I haven't. I will add Existence to the top of my reading list. While we are on the topic have you heard of any research or peer reviewed studies referencing a theory like this one?
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comment How is evolution possible in contemporary humans?
This might be a perverse theory, but what if what we identify today as "development disorders" like autism, is actually evolution responding to modern information age pressures
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awarded  Yearling
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comment Why does the cold make us sick?
When the body gets cold, the body diverts energy away from the immune system to the effort to stay warm.
Nov
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comment 3D models of adult male brain in the Blender software? Any open-sourced version for research?
I am interested in this as well
Nov
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accepted Evolutionarily speaking, why do humans have 46 chromosomes
Nov
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accepted Will a bone marrow transplant change one's blood type?
Nov
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asked Will a bone marrow transplant change one's blood type?
Oct
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asked What are the biochemical interactions between human body and Polyethylene?
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revised Evolutionarily speaking, why do humans have 46 chromosomes
Clarified the question
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asked Evolutionarily speaking, why do humans have 46 chromosomes
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comment Can Naegleria fowleri enter through wounds into the bloodstream?
I know antibiotics would not help. But that is never a concern since it is rarely (if not ever) identified in time to save a life.
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accepted Is it possible for any animals today to have more than one brain?
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comment What happens to dextrorotatory amino acids in humans?
Don't most viruses rely on the availability of some amino acids that humans don't need or use? For example it is to my belief that the herpes virus relies on the availability of a amino acid that is not used by humans and is commonly found in chocolate?
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asked What gaseous substances do humans emit?