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revised What determines excrement's caliber?
I'm asking specifically about humans.
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comment What determines excrement's caliber?
As this post isn't about cross-sectional diameter, it doesn't seem to answer the question.
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revised What determines excrement's caliber?
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revised What determines excrement's caliber?
replace the important part of the info that was removed in the preceding edit. (See, it wasn't gratuitous.) Also replace "often" as more certainly accurate
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comment How well do we notice asynchronicity?
@jamesqf Well, assume we don't know that: assume it's not necessarily true.
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comment For how long can a raven stay airborne (a week or more)?
@fileunderwater many thanks.
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comment For how long can a raven stay airborne (a week or more)?
@terdon, I could just ask "Can it be true that either a raven flies for more than a week straight or doesn't mind ground as wet as a dove minds?" but that is a very odd question absent the background. Note that my question as currently worded does ask something specific about an animal's behavior -- but does so with some background to indicate why I'm asking.
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comment How well do we notice asynchronicity?
Thanks for the info, @seaotternerd. I figured it varies widely by individual, which is why I asked for a confidence interval rather than a straight answer.
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asked How well do we notice asynchronicity?