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revised Can someone identify this plant?
As asked by a comment, made "WV" understandable by non-locals, plus link to geography/climate on WIkipedia
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comment In Japan, the official average body temperature is 36.0 °C. Why so different from that of Europe?
Hi Remi.b: Interesting, feel free to propose it as answer! I see two points: 1) Well-accepted means are erroneous 2) Mean depends on the group's age and potentially other parameters.
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comment How long can a naked human survive on Mars?
That sounds like the fastest factor so far, thanks! Is there any reference or research on the topic? Accepting this answer.
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comment Method to recognize the age of a firebug from the pattern on its back
Nice referenced info. The first image would be even better if indicated the patterns too :-)
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comment How long can a naked human survive on Mars?
U.S. standards limit an astronaut’s lifetime radiation exposure to 1 Sievert and news.discovery.com/space/… says "even the shortest roundtrips to Mars would get radiation doses of about 662 millisieverts". While the number is impressive, it also means that UV-death won't occur before a few days, which means long after suffocation.
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