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Mar
27
comment Why do some people find vegetables so repellent when evolutionarily they should find them an attractive and thus tasty food?
Your view of "so repellent" may be cultural or a result of growing up in the western world
Mar
27
asked Expanding the SETI initiative to seek intelligent data within DNA sequences?
Mar
22
asked Is there an optimal illumination level for human habitats/workplaces?
Mar
20
comment Does sleep in humans re-structure based on the expected sleep time?
you are suggesting my own app... :)
Mar
19
asked How compatible are mammalian digestive systems?
Mar
2
awarded  Yearling
Feb
24
asked Can spider silk be synthesized for 3D printing with spider silk?
Feb
22
asked Does frequency of eye blinking reveal anything about human biology/nervous system?
Feb
21
comment What are the limitations of commercial-grade DNA genotyping compared to full sequencing?
This is a good point - to test only what varies the most
Feb
21
accepted What are the limitations of commercial-grade DNA genotyping compared to full sequencing?
Feb
20
asked What are the limitations of commercial-grade DNA genotyping compared to full sequencing?
Feb
20
comment Does every human eye see the same visible spectrum?
I've also read studies on intraocular lenses that suggested that the humans eye sensitivity to light changes with age.
Feb
20
comment What plastic eating organisms are there to help with plastic in landfills problem?
Thank you for a great answer!
Feb
20
accepted What plastic eating organisms are there to help with plastic in landfills problem?
Feb
17
asked What plastic eating organisms are there to help with plastic in landfills problem?
Feb
15
asked Are lactic acid and prolactin rise after exercise connected?
Jan
30
accepted Is there a normal human melatonin concentration to light level curve?
Jan
30
answered Is there a normal human melatonin concentration to light level curve?
Jan
23
comment Why do we feel tired if we sleep excessively?
People sleep in ~90minute long sleep cycles. Technically, if you decide to "sleep in" by 30-50 minutes, you may start the next sleep cycle and feel worse awakening from that. The logic behind this is that you wake up from deeper sleep. I don't know if there is hard science to back this up though
Jan
19
accepted Do neurons secrete multiple neurotransmitters, or just one type?