Hermann Ingjaldsson

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Dec
28
comment Does body temperature affect human lifespan?
So advanced animals seem to be really capable of cooling.
Dec
28
comment Does body temperature affect human lifespan?
And frogs are relatively advanced animals, there are those who can just freeze in the autumn and thaw back in the spring: youtube.com/watch?v=Fjr3A_kfspM
Dec
28
comment Does body temperature affect human lifespan?
A boat sank close to Icelandic shores in march 1984, all died but one who managed to swim to land, took him five hours and the ocean was around 4C. So there are people who can tolerate unbelievable drops in body temperature and suffer no long term harm.
Dec
27
awarded  Student
Dec
27
comment Does body temperature affect human lifespan?
Epic, so u just put them in the fridge like food u want to last longer? How much longer do they live at 18c compared to 25c?
Dec
27
comment Does body temperature affect human lifespan?
okey then, 32. Could even keep them a bit warmer in the beginning.
Dec
27
asked Does body temperature affect human lifespan?
Oct
3
comment Why insects are so energy-efficient while flying?
According to the square-cube law the wingspan decreases with size but the mass decreases even more. Which means flying requires less push-up force per surface area for smaller animals.
Oct
2
comment Why insects are so energy-efficient while flying?
Well it's just the square-cube law: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Square-cube_law.
Sep
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revised Why have humans evolved much more quickly than other animals?
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Sep
13
answered Why have humans evolved much more quickly than other animals?
Aug
19
comment Why did life not evolve to use radio?
Life did evolve to use radio, we use it all the time.
Aug
4
awarded  Peer Pressure
Aug
4
comment Is the theory of evolution being disproved by bats?
Theory of evolution is not being disproven by anything and therefore it must not be being disproven by bats.
Aug
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awarded  Commentator
Jul
21
comment If body temperature is 37°C (98.6°F), why are most people more comfortable at around 21°C (70°F)?
It is quite a substantial amount of heat, and it is more when we are active so therefore more during the day. I don't have the resources available nor how to calculate those amounts.
Jul
20
answered If body temperature is 37°C (98.6°F), why are most people more comfortable at around 21°C (70°F)?
Jul
20
revised Why insects are so energy-efficient while flying?
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Jul
19
answered Why insects are so energy-efficient while flying?
Jul
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revised How did the first self replicating organism come into existence?
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