X
0
1.
Cassandra 11 month s ago
#6 It’s always the one my finger’s in.
       
5
2.
Micajah 11 month s ago
       
1
3.
Hodge 11 month s ago
Micajah,
Some idiot didn't get the science facts right, there is a DOMINANCE of one nostril, and it shifts every couple of hours to another one, but it sure is not 100% one nostril, in normal circumstances.
       
1
4.
Char 11 month s ago
#5 Doesn't explain why raised hair follicles would help with warmth. It's because the erect hair (once upon a time fur) would trap air which is an effective insulator for the same reason fiberglass wool is used as insulation in the walls in some forms of construction (eg, Canada & USA).
       
27353641acute
belayclappingdance3dashdirol
drinksfoolgirl_craygirl_devilgirl_witch
goodgreenheartJC-LOLJC_doubledown
JC_OMG_signkisslaughingman_in_lmocking
mr47_04musicokroflsarcastic
sm_80tonguevishenka_33vomitwassat
yahooshoot

Humans glow in the dark

 

The chemical reactions in the human body emit tiny amounts of light that scientists have been able to capture with ultra-sensitive cameras. Unfortunately, we cannot see it with the naked eye as it is a thousand times weaker than what we can detect.

 

X
Human Body Is Weird…
>
3/14
<