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Jun
9
comment What gaseous substances do humans emit?
Would these gases be extreated from the body in gasous form?
Apr
13
comment Before Evolution was proposed by Charles Darwin, what were the leading secular theories to explain how life developed?
Wow this was really fascinating, I did not know this.
Apr
13
comment Before Evolution was proposed by Charles Darwin, what were the leading secular theories to explain how life developed?
@Remi.b I did not know that all theories before Darwinism were listed under the umbrella of evolution. For example the theory of Spontaneous generation, did that ever have any mainstream acceptance within the scientific community?
Mar
23
comment What is the blood ejection speed outward from human body vein?
Does this question have anything to do with needle "blow-out"?
Mar
13
comment How did bullying arise evolutionarily?
What you might find interesting is now many domains of study can contribute to your answer. For example economics and culture might play a part in the onset of behaviors deemed oppressive or intimidating.
Feb
27
comment During famine, does the human body do anything to prioritize which organs receive nutrients?
Are you sure this is right: "ketone bodies in the liver and to be used by the brain as fuel". If I recall correctly the human brain uses glucose as fuel.
Dec
13
comment Are there genetic similarity between humans and pigs that don't exist in chimps?
This is a great question. Looking forward to the answers.
Apr
1
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?
Feb
11
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
Dec
10
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
25
comment 3D models of adult male brain in the Blender software? Any open-sourced version for research?
I am interested in this as well
Aug
22
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.
Aug
14
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?
Jun
28
comment Why does the butterfly have a cocoon stage in its life cycle?
Fyi, if one wanted to be technical, the pupal stage of butterflies is called a chrysalis not a cocoon.
Jun
22
comment Is it possible to live without health problems sleeping one day and not the other?
You may be interested in Why do humans practice monophasic sleep cycles? biology.stackexchange.com/q/319/238
Jun
22
comment Why hasn't mother nature made us aware of our lizard brain?
I just looked this up. I am blown away by all the websites on lizard people. How can anyone believe David Icke.
May
30
comment What makes a wet dog so stinky?
I would say this would have to do with the proliferation of fungi...
May
29
comment Is it possible for any animals today to have more than one brain?
Oh I thought if someone could show me where it occurs, then it would be possible. I am interested in either.
May
29
comment Is it possible for any animals today to have more than one brain?
Would siamese twins count as two organisms?
May
29
comment Did dinosaurs have more than one brain? If so, why?
Oh so it was a stegosaurus. Any current scientific findings that you are aware of?