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  2. page Morgan Wilcox edited ... BIOLOGY 111 {biology_cartoon.gif} After seeing this I thought.... what are the effects of …
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    After seeing this I thought.... what are the effects of being hit in the "groin" on males???
    When a male is hit in the testicles, a male experiences extreme pain, accompanied by several other symptoms. The reason why it is so painful, is because a male's testicle have many nerves on them, which when struck cause pain. Simultaneously, when a male is hit, the violent and involuntary abdominal muscles contract, which causes loss of breath, which is often interpreted as the voice becoming higher. Male's also usually double over because of the muscle contraction and to prevent further damage to the testicles. Males also experience the majority of pain not in the testicles, but in the abdominal cavity, this is because the nerves run to the abdominal cavity, from which the testicles descended so it is where the pain runs. Some males also experience nausea, sometimes leading to vomiting. Often times there can be a persistent pain for anywhere from minuets to hours depending on the severity of the strike. Also, if a male's testicles are struck wit sufficient force, can cause testicular rupture, causing possible infertility and pain.
    http://www.godlikeproductions.com/forum1/message845446/pg1
    Infectious mononucleosis aka Mono
    The characteristic symptoms of mono include fever, fatigue, malaise, and sore throat. The designation "mononucleosis" refers to an increase in one type of white blood cells (lymphocytes) in the bloodstream relative to the other blood components.
    Mono is most often diagnosed in adolescents and young adults, with a peak incidence at 15-17 years of age. However, it is also seen in children. Generally, the illness is less severe in young children and may mimic the symptoms of other common childhood illnesses, which may explain why it is less commonly diagnosed or recognized in this younger age group.
    Did you know that most people, by age 40, have antibodies built up in their bodies to fight against mono... Which means in our lives, approximitley 95% of us will be infected with some form of mono!! Wow
    http://www.medicinenet.com/infectious_mononucleosis/article.htm

    Post #7
    Pheromones: what are they and how do they work?
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    There are many different types of pheremones, some of them are:
    Aggregation
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    Alarm
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    Epideictic
    Epideictic pheromones are different from territory pheromones, when it comes to insects
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    Laid down in the environment, territorial pheromones mark the boundaries of an organism's territory. In cats and dogs, these hormones are present in the urine, which they deposit on landmarks serving to mark the perimeter of the claimed territory. In social seabirds, the preen gland is used to mark nests, nuptial gifts, and territory boundaries with behavior formerly described as 'displacement activity'.
    Trail
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    Information
    Information pheromones are indicative of an animal's identity or territory. For example, dogs and cats deposit chemicals in and around their territory, which then serve as an indicator for other members of the species about the presence of the occupant in that territory,
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  3. page Jaden Rook edited WELCOME TO JADEN'S WIKISPACE {biology-chemistry-physics.jpg} THIS IS Why Do Our Feet Smell …
    WELCOME TO JADEN'S WIKISPACE
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    THIS ISWhy Do Our Feet Smell
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    And Our Nose Run?
    Temperature changes, changes in weather, humidity, strong odors, and smoke all cause one thing to happen. They give you a runny nose also called vasomotor rhinitis. Vasomotor rhinitis is does not have a specific trigger, but almost anything that irritates your nose can cause it. The symptoms are
    Stuffy nose
    Runny nose
    Mucus (phlegm) in the throat (postnasal drip)
    Don't get this confused with being sick, or an allergy. It is simply caused by anything that irritates your nose. Personally, I believe that you can be born with it, because I have had a stuffy nose my entire life. AND I HATE IT.
    So in addition to why our noses run i have added a list of things rumored to cure a runny/stuffed nose.
    Drink Sassafras tea to shorten the length of your nose irrigation.
    Or try this Indian cure, slice some onions and then make them into a necklace.
    The number one grandma cure is chicken soup.
    An Arabian cure is to eat pomegranates.
    The Russians recommend drinking an ice-cold glass of vodka with two teaspoons of black pepper!
    Another is to use a salve made of kerosene and lard for any symptoms.
    Garlic contains a natural antibiotic.
    A SECRET MESSAGEIF YOU SEE THIS COMMENT ON THE DISCUSSION THINGY good way to get rid of a runny nose is to cut up some garlic and ginger into a cup. Get enough so that the cup is about 1/4 full. Add half a lemon (diced) and fill with hot water. Stir and let set for 1 minute. Strain and add honey for taste. Drink and go straight to bed.
    Another one that I read about was old time remedy for the common cold: Supplies needed for cure; a four poster bed, a bottle of whiskey and one hat. The cure; Hang your hat on the bedpost at the foot of your bed. Get into the bed and drink whiskey until you see two hats.
    I doubt that some of these work, but in my opinion the best cure for the cold is time and rest.
    Daniel More, Initials. (2007). Cold weather causing a runny nose?. Retrieved from http://allergies.about.com/b/2007/11/04/cold-weather-causing-a-runny-nose-it-isnt-allergies.html

    Shamu and her Cruel Cousins 
    Im going out on a whim here and am going to say that at least a one person in our bio class have been to Sea World. And at Sea World, they probably saw Shamu the Killer or Orca Whale. Right? Well, I did and Shamu seems really social and funny. However, I bet you didn't know that Shamu comes from the arguably cruelest species on earth.
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    {070221_bionicEyes_hmed_10a.grid-6x2.jpg} Ginger Snaps
    But Bionic vision is not it! Scientists are also using brainwaves to control robotics. What this means it: Computers can analyze the brain signals to control a robotic arm. This opens up many possibilities for future improvements in the lives of others. The following video represents how even a monkey can utilize this technology.
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    2011. <http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/17248417/ns/health-health_care/>.
     PIGEON BRAINED.
    Has anyone ever been called pigeon brained? If so, well..thats unfortunate, but it may not be such a bad insult after all. A recent study has shown that pigeons have conquered the infamous Monty Hall problem within a few attempts. This problem was once featured on game shows, and has stumped even some renown mathematicians. If you are unfamiliar with the Monty Hall Problem, I suggest watching the video below.
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    Post #10
    8 Of the Most Unusual Plants in the World
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    So, I decided to do it on some unusual plants!
    1.Rafflesia arnoldii: this plant is a parasitic on that develops the world's largest bloom, which can grow over three feet across. This flower has a fleshy color with spots and does not smell good. It has a hole in the center that can hold between sox and seven quarts of water. It also doesn't have any leaves, stems or roots.
    {http://www.parasiticplants.siu.edu/Rafflesiaceae/images/RafflesiaArnFlw1.jpg}
    2.Hydnora africana: this plant has an unusual color, and is a parasitic flower that attacks nearby roots of shrubbt in arid deserts of South Africa. Also, the smell of the putrid blosson attracks herbs of carrion beetles.
    {http://www.metrolic.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/10/hydnoraafricana3.jpg}
    3.Dracunculus vulgaris: This leaf-like flower smells like rotting fles, has a burgendy color, that projects a slender, black appendage.
    {http://www.greenislandgardens.co.uk/phdi/p1.nsf/imgpages/ew06_dracunculus06small.jpg/$file/dracunculus06small.jpg}
    4.Amorphophallus:The name for this plant comes from the shape of the protruding black spadix and it means "shapeless male genetalia.
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    5.Wollemia nobilis: Before 1994, this weird looking tree was only known from 120 million year old fossils leaces. In the wild, fewer than one hundred exist in the wild. Their bark is strang looking that looks like bubbles of chocolate, multiple trunks, and leaves that grow in spirals which kind of look like fern. They can grow to be 125 feet tall.
    {http://www.rbgsyd.nsw.gov.au/__data/assets/image/0008/73736/Wollemi-track-002.jpg}
    6.Welwitschia mirobils:This plant only has two leaves and a stem with roots. It's leaves grow until they look like an alien life form. Rather than getting higher, the stem gets thicker, although, this plant can grow almost as tall as six feet high and twenty-four feet wide. They grow in Namibia, they are thought to be a relic of the Jurassic period and their estimated lifespan is 400-1500 years.
    
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    7.Drakaea glyptodon (an orchid): These plants are pollinated by male wasps and are the color and smells like raw meats.
    
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    8.Wolffia angusta:This is the world's smallest flower. A dozen of these plants would easily fit on the head of a pin, and two plants in full bloom are able to fit inside a small printed letter "o".
    
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    Nakamura, M. (N/d). Eight of the world's most unusual plants. Retrieved from http://www.divinecaroline.com/22167/37205-eight-world-s-most-unusual-plants
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    Number 5: The Crocodile
    The Crocodile is one of the world's deadliest animals and can mostly be found in Africa and Australia. They have an extreme speed and they also have a bone-crushing jaw force. Since one meal will last a crocodile a while, they can wait under water to plan their next attach.
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    Personally, I wasn't expecting the mosquito to be the number one killer; I expected it to be a much more vicious animal. Reason why the mosquito made it to number one is because its ability to spread diseases with an alarming efficiency. It is best known for spreading Malaria, but it can also spread elephantiasis, yellow fever and the West Nile Virus.
    When I think about it, I believe that humans are the number one most dangerous animal. They kill aniamls and also other humans.
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    from http://scienceray.com/biology/zoology/10-most-dangerous-animals-in-the-world/ PostPost #8Hunger Pains
    As I was sitting here trying to think of an idea to do a wiki post on, I got hunger pains, and my stomach started to growl. I thought to myself, why do I can such pains when I am hungry? What goes on inside my stomach to let me know that I need some food? So, I decided to research it. As everyone knows, hunger pains, also known as hunger pangs, are our bodies way of telling us that we need some nutrients and is upset that we have left it unfed. The pain is related with the desire and need for food. psychological factors or physiological factors or both can be the cause for the hunger.
    The psychological factors are an active role in causing hunger pains. Eating habits that most people have learned through out their life are rooted in our subconscious. A number of people have the tendency to become hungry because of the behaviour and patterns they have become accustom to over time. An example of this is how some people become hungry because it is lunchtime. Others will eat not because they are hungry, but because eating during a certain activity has become a routine.
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    Something I find quite odd, and I'm sure a number of other people do to, is that different colours can also trigger hunger pains. The most known colours to do this triggering are green, yellow, red and orange; this can explain why a lot of popular restaurants use those colours in their logo. There are also colours that are known to suppress ones appetite such as blue.
    Normally, a number of different factors, both physiological and psychological, can trigger hunger pains. Even though hunger pains can be distracting and annoying, try not to cave into them if you have just eaten and know you have eaten enough. Try to drink a big glass of water and wait a few minutes for the pains to leave.
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    from http://www.weight-loss-center.net/weight-loss-blog/2009/03/what-causes-hunger-pangs/ PostPost #7Why do
    Everyone sweats, or another known as perspire. It is just a matter of why some people sweat more than others. When a person sweats, it is a natural way for their body to cool itself off. The sweat that appears on the skin evaporates causing the body to cool down to its normal temperature. Everyone has a different sweating pattern and how much you sweat is affected by gender, genetics, age, fitness level, and environment. The human body contains as many as 2 to 4 million sweat glands and normally the more you have the more you will sweat. When the body temperature rises when doing physical exercise, in a stressful situation or when the air temperature is higher than what is comfortable for the body, we will perspire, that is the bodies way of cooling down.
    As a general rule, people believe that men sweat more because their glands are more active than women's sweat glands. Also, women normally sweat less because they are better at regulating the amount of water that they are losing. People who keep themselves in good shape, doing regular exercose and a healthy diet, will most likely sweat less than someone who is not in as good as shape. If you are fit, you'll sweat more efficiently by sweating sooner into your workout, when your body temperature is lower. But, if a sedentary person did the same intensity workout as a fit person, they will get hot a lot faster and it is possible for them to sweat more. Someone who is overweight will generally sweat more profusely than individuals of a normal weight because the fat will act as an insulator causing the core temperature to rise.
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  6. page Stacy Cho edited ... [Lovett, Haley. "Fish Get Seasick Just Like Humans, New Study Shows." 23 April 2009.…
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    Post #8
    10 amazing animal abilities
    1. Bats---They use ultrasonic squeaks and the echo that the sound waves make after bouncing off object in the environment (echolocation)to avoid obstacles or insects on the wing. Dolphins also use to navigate in the water.
    2. Shark---Sharks have special cells in their brains that are sensitive to the electrical fields that other animals generate. Some of them even can find fish under the sand by signal from them
    3. Boa--- They have temperature sensitive organs located between the eyes and nostrils and pit vipers which allow them to sense the body heat of their prey. Also, those are located on both side of the head so that they can perceive depth and strike with accuracy even in complete dark.
    4. Hummingbirds---Birds' eyes are adopted to wavelenth of light outside the visible range that human can see. The color when we see in near-ultraviolet light that we don't even have a name for it can be seen by them.
    5. Cats---Cats have mirror-like membrane (Tapetum lucidum) at the backside of their eyes that allows them move with no problem in the complete dark.
    6. Snakes--- Snakes sticking tongue out and making sizzling sounds are just same as the animal sniffing around. The smell are sent to the brain through tongue, roof of the mouth (Jacobson's organ) and then translated into electrical signals in order to go to the brian.
    7. Moths--- The term "love is in the air" is to be taken literally for moth. The furry insects could detect chemical love signals called pheromones emitted by the opposite sex up to seven miles away. Some studies show humans also detect pheromones but the effect seems to require close encounters.
    8. Rats---Most of them have poor eye vision but whiskers on their snouts cover some to make up for it. They use the long hair called vibrissae as well like how blind people use canes to indicate obstacles in front of them.
    9. Drum fish--- Drum fish hear using their air bladders. The bladders detect sound vibrations and relay them to the inner ear by a set of bones in the middle ear called the Weberian apparatus.
    10. Migratory birds--- They can use the "Earth's magnetic field" to stay their course during long flights. Scientists still didn't figure out how they do it, but one recent study suggests birds may have form of synesthesia that let them see the planet's magnetic lines as patterns of color or light that is overlaid on their visual surroundings. Humans must rely on familiar landmarks or the sun's position to locate North, and many can't even manage that.
    Post #9
    Identical twins not so identical
    Identical twins are not really as identical as once you think of it. For example one might get cancer but the other one was not likely. Many of identical twins clearly behave in different way as they get older and some of them even look alike lesser than before. They get different not because that something's changing in their identical DNA. it's because of the differences stem from chemical modifications in the genes over years. Some studies shown that identical twins' brains even look different with close view of the wiring. So there would be prbably more differences found in the identical twins.
    [Britt, Robert. "Identical Twins Not So Identical". Livescience 08 July 2005 http://www.livescience.com/health/050708_identical_twins.html]
    Post #10
    Why you can't tickle yourself
    Our brian aniticipate unimportant sensation such as your own touch so that it can focus on like more important input, for example, a spider crawling up your neck. In the study, 30 people used a right finger to touch a left finger by tapping a device directly over the left finger and could instantly relay the tap and researcheres used another button to introduce externally generated taps. As the result, the sensation in the left finger was less during window of time centered on the instant any self-tapping would have occurred naturally.
    {http://www.livescience.com/images/050628_brain_tickle_03.jpg} When their brains expected a tap and the tap came as expected, the brain noticed it less. The information we get from our senses is always a late, because it takes time for the electrical signals to travel from the finger, ear or eye to the brain. But the delay is only fraction of a second which is enough time to make impossible anything that involves accurate control over our body or moving objects such as catching a falling objects from the desk.
    [Britt, Robert. "Why You Can't Tickle Yourself" Livescience 28 June 2005 http://www.livescience.com/health/050628_tickle_yourself.html]

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  7. page Andreas Marquis edited ... Andreas Marquis Biology 111 Imagining the tenth dimension So this isn't really physical sc…
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    Andreas Marquis
    Biology 111
    Imagining the tenth dimension
    So this isn't really physical science but it's still something that I really care about: dimension theory. I absolutely love the concept of higher and lower dimensions, ever since I started looking up the stuff online and reading flatland I've never lost interest. There are several videos on YouTube that helped me understand but it's still very confusing if you've never even thought of it. Right now I understand about 8 of them. You see it starts out when you stop and think that if you lived in two dimensions (and not three) and a three dimensional object passed by you, all you would see would be slivers of the object in its entirety at a time.
    Like this: {file:///tmp/moz-screenshot.png} {http://photos.travelblog.org/Photos/60274/415262/f/4009932-MRI-scan-of-my-brain--looks-pretty-big-um-1.jpg} http://photos.travelblog.org/Photos/60274/415262/f/4009932-MRI-scan-of-my-brain--looks-pretty-big-um-1.jpg
    This is what a three dimensional person passing through your two dimensional plane would look like.
    Now this applies to higher dimensions too! Lets take us for example. We're three dimensional, so we only perceive TIME(the fourth dimension) one sliver at a time as it passed by us. We can never see all of time, the same way that a two dimensional being could never see a whole human, because we can never entirely enter their plane.
    If you really want to get crazy it keeps going up. The fourth dimension would be all of time, from the start of the universe to its end, but if you wanted to go to a different timeline in which everything was different you would have to go through the fifth dimension: that's what they do in Back to the future. To be able to see all possible timelines from the start of the universe would be the sixth dimension and to jump to an other possible universe would be the seventh dimension.
    That's the start of the insane stuff, If you don't understand its ok, I'm just typing to see myself write now. So the eights dimension is being able to see all possible universe's that can exist and that's where i get lost, I don't understand much after that but I'm sure these videos will help you...maybe.

    This is cool, shows the extent of the BP oil spill
    http://www.ifitweremyhome.com/disasters/bp
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  8. page Mark Garland edited ... How many friends do we really need? Studies by Robin Dunbar of Harvard have shown that we real…
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    How many friends do we really need? Studies by Robin Dunbar of Harvard have shown that we really cannot handle many. He has done studies with many species of birds which have a relative results. Birds, like the Lune for example; mate for life and have much larger brian sizes in comparasin to thier bodies then birds who are permiscuous in large colanies.
    His studies have shown that a human should have up to a maximum of 150 relationships at one given time. This includes family members, good friends, neighbors even brief aquaintences. Some scientists believe this is what gave humans our large brains. If you have too many relationships going at once it can be hard on your brain and stress you out.
    Bures, FB. (2010, November 19). How many friends does one person need?. Retrieved from http://www.scientificamerican.com/article.cfm?id=mind-reviews-how-many-friends
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    The amino acids found on the meteroite were quite special. They are either very rare or non existant on earth. Also, amino acids on earth can only be formed when there is water around. So this could lead to a discovery of alternate ways of amino acid fabrication.
    The discovery of this has brought alot more motivation and feul to the fire for scientists who are trying to find life beyond earth. With this one asteroid we can assume or investigate many things which could lead to exciting advances in science!
    Muir, HM. (2009, March 23). Amino acids!. Retrieved from http://www.newscientist.com/article/dn16779-watery-asteroids-may-explain-why-life-is-lefthanded.html
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    I would like to introduce to you the cutest, dumbest and funniest little rodent you will ever encounter. I will show you their migrating patterns and strange habbits. Firstwill brief you with this video
    Lemming migration occurs every 25 years in places with few trees and can be found in the arctic and northern reigons of Canada. They are small rodents who migrate in gigantic numbers. The thing that is so interesting about these little creatures is their determination in their migration. As you saw in the video they will go to great lengths to reach their destination. Lemmings can overcome impressive obstacles, they can swim across a river or a lake up to 1km long. They migrate when numbers become too large and food is scarce. Many lemmings die from drowning in lakes or impact from jumping off cliffs. These furry animals have a huge list of predators because their low level of defense. They can be sniffed out by coyotes, picked off by snowy owls. Lemmings are a prime example of lack of evolution and stupidity. They will swim until exhaustion and jump off cliffs blindly. In the end they are cute, furry and fun.
    David, DU. (2003, July 23). Migration patterns of a lemming. Retrieved from http://www.propertyinvesting.com/forums/treasure-chest-past-forums/the-treasure-chest/2118
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    I would like to present to all of you the theory of deevolution. Most of us have visions of a highly advanced future with flying cars and robots roaming the streets; but has it ever occored to you that humans may go on a downward slope and de-evolve and become less advanced? Personally I think it's possible. At this point I will be getting a little bit contraversial and do not want to offend anyone. But the theroy is this: The educated people in society generally do not have a large number of children. This makes it so their line of genes becomes less and less because of lack of reproduction and would eventually completely die off. Generally, the uneducated may have children with multiple partners regardless of purpose, marrige or any sort of commitment. This means that the male bloodline (the father) is passing on his genes with several other bloodlines mixing his genes all around to be passed on further and further. In theory this would make many babies with lower IQs. So if you've been following along closely you will be able to pick out the moral of the story. The uneducated will eventually outnumber the educated and we will become a dying breed. Within a thousand years or so if this theory follows through our world will be run by monster truck drivers and rodeo clowns.
    I appologize if I offended anyone this is a theory I found on the internet.
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Devolution_(biology)
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    Scientists have long known that humans percieve scent differently. In the olfactory section of the brain have over 400 receptors that eventually mutate over time. When a gene has mutated enough to become a pseudogene then it no longer encodes a functioning receptor. After doing a experiment with 400 people giving them 66 different odors and they were told to mark them on intensity, pleasent or un pleasent. The studies showed that through years of of mutation that almost everyone has a olfactory blind spot. This means that some smells you do not pick up at all!
    Spinney, LS. (2010, January 20). You smell flowers, i smell stale urine. Retrieved from http://www.scientificamerican.com/article.cfm?id=you-smell-flowers-i-smell
    FINALLY DONE :D

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    I would like to present to all of you the theory of deevolution. Most of us have visions of a highly advanced future with flying cars and robots roaming the streets; but has it ever occored to you that humans may go on a downward slope and de-evolve and become less advanced? Personally I think it's possible. At this point I will be getting a little bit contraversial and do not want to offend anyone. But the theroy is this: The educated people in society generally do not have a large number of children. This makes it so their line of genes becomes less and less because of lack of reproduction and would eventually completely die off. Generally, the uneducated may have children with multiple partners regardless of purpose, marrige or any sort of commitment. This means that the male bloodline (the father) is passing on his genes with several other bloodlines mixing his genes all around to be passed on further and further. In theory this would make many babies with lower IQs. So if you've been following along closely you will be able to pick out the moral of the story. The uneducated will eventually outnumber the educated and we will become a dying breed. Within a thousand years or so if this theory follows through our world will be run by monster truck drivers and rodeo clowns.
    I appologize if I offended anyone this is a theory I found on the internet.
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    Scientists have long known that humans percieve scent differently. In the olfactory section of the brain have over 400 receptors that eventually mutate over time. When a gene has mutated enough to become a pseudogene then it no longer encodes a functioning receptor. After doing a experiment with 400 people giving them 66 different odors and they were told to mark them on intensity, pleasent or un pleasent. The studies showed that through years of of mutation that almost everyone has a olfactory blind spot. This means that some smells you do not pick up at all!

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