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Why do some people hate the taste of broccoli? › Ask an Expert (ABC Science) I have always wondered why things taste bad to some people. For example, I like the taste of broccoli but my wife can't even swallow it. How we taste things depends largely on the number and type of taste receptors we are born with, says flavour scientist and chef, Associate Professor Russell Keast from the Area School of Exercise and Nutrition Sciences at Deakin University .
David Attenborough: The evolution of the eye
(CBS) - We all sleep and dream, but how many of us fully understand the "why?" behind it and what's really going on when we're out? The above video lays out in a very clear way some of the process and science behind dreaming. Watch, listen and learn. The video was posted by YouTube user vsauce , who is kind enough to also provides links to information that further explains most of the concepts and research behind the fascinating and not-so-simple dream. Fascinating explanation and science behind why we dream - The Feed
The Internal Clitoris | Sexology 101 | Museum of Sex Consider this: In over five million years of human evolution, only one organ has come to exist for the sole purpose of providing pleasure – the clitoris. It is not required for reproduction. It doesn’t have a urethra running through it like the penis, and thus, does not urinate.
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Image from Wikipedia.com Anaximander (c. 610–546 BC ) taught that humans evolved from fish. Such evolutionary ideas were common in ancient pagan societies such as in Greece and Rome. by Paul James-Griffiths Evolution ancient pagan idea
Silver Fox Experiment
Fox behaving like dogs