As social animals, we learn best and develop neural connections by interacting with others. So what happens when our brains are isolated – when we don't see or interact with other people for... months?
Entropy or disorder, is a scientific measure of things spreading out, of uncertainty, or of the information required to describe something. Entropy always increases, so what impact does it have on our universe, our materials, and our concept of exist
Superfetation (Things We Don’t Know about Pregnancy Series #21)
14th June, 2020
Superfetation – the phenomenon of becoming pregnant whilst already pregnant – is reported in humans, hares, fish and other animals. But much of the evidence is dubious, and remains controversial. Because it’s rare, we don’t know any symptoms to look out for, and diagnosis is by elimination.