The Egg – An inspirational Story by Andy Weir

You were on your way home when you died. It was a car accident. Nothing particularly remarkable, but fatal nonetheless. You left behind a wife and two children. It was a painless death. The EMTs tried their best to save…

Creating Abundance with Deepak Chopra’s 21 day Meditation Challenge

  Fulfill your deepest desires and effortlessly attract anything you wish with Creating Abundance What would you like to have more of in your life? Whatever you desire – more love, happiness, wealth, anything at all – it can be…

Did you inherited your intellect from your mother or your father?

6 interesting facts from the world of genetics: 1. The intellect is not transmitted from the father to the son. If you are a genius, then you can be 100% sure that your son will not inherit these genes. 2.…

Food cravings that actually mean something

A food craving is an intense desire for a specific food. This desire can seem uncontrollable, and the person’s hunger may not be satisfied until they get that particular food. Some experts believe food cravings last only about 3-5 minutes.…

11 Incredible Facts About The Human Brain To Care For Everyone Must Know

1. The nerve impulses from the brain and to the brain are transmitted at a speed of about 170 miles per hour. Have you ever wondered how you can react so quickly to things around you or why your stinging…

Semen secrets: How a previous sexual partner can influence another male’s offspring – telegony

Newly discovered non-genetic mechanisms break the link between genes and inheritance, thereby also raising the possibility that previous mating partners could influence traits in offspring sired by subsequent males that mate with the same female (‘telegony’). In the fly Telostylinus angusticollis, males transmit their environmentally acquired condition via paternal effects on offspring body size. We manipulated male condition, and mated females to two males in high or low condition in a fully crossed design. Although the second male sired a large majority of offspring, offspring body size was influenced by the condition of the first male. This effect was not observed when females were exposed to the first male without mating, implicating semen-mediated effects rather than female differential allocation based on pre-mating assessment of male quality. Our results reveal a novel type of transgenerational effect with potential implications for the evolution of reproductive strategies.

The amazing legend of a Rottweiler, a true life lesson

Many centuries ago a king lived in a castle with his beautiful wife, newborn child and their loyal Rottweiler. Every morning the king would go hunting with his dog. They leave at dawn and return for lunch. One day, the…

Why are we getting sick?

Most people regard the disease as a misfortune in their lives, an injustice, especially if it is a hereditary disease or taken from someone. Any illness or accident that occurred in your life was caused by you. Disease is simply…

Juicing explained the miracle that cures cancer, hepatitis and most chronic diseases

Juicing have become very popular lately, they are used primarily by those who want to lose weight or take a detox but what is not known is that they were initially used to treat chronic diseases, even terminal cancer. Of…

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