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How much do you know about your body I for one have had my body nearly my entire life and I have no idea how it works or why it does what it does and more importantly why it chooses to do what it does at formal dinner parties in many cases The whole biology thing seems a bit complicated The largest brains in our country and around the world spend a lot of time and government grant money trying to figure out what makes us tick Medical professionals devote volumes simply to naming body parts You cant just call it an ear Theres the cochlea utricle Eustachian tube and vestibule You cant just call them teeth--its the bicuspid incisor canine or molar Even brains arent just brains Youve got the hypothalamus corpus collosum medulla pallium and several other parts that sound like members of the Roman senate But no amount of naming and labeling and designating it seems brings us any closer to answering some of the most commonly asked questions about our bodies Like the nipple question Since I am male and it is unlikely that I will ever need mine why do I have them I also had an appendix I rarely if ever used I eventually traded it in for a scar that is my only physical imperfection especially if you exclude my spare tire--that from certain angles looks as though it might have been the spare tire for a DC-3 Why do we have appendices in the first place Why do we see stars when we receive a sharp blow to the head Why not something else Although I understand you do see something else when your blow to the head comes from members of the LAPD and is recorded on videotape--namely you see dollar signs Why does yawning seem to be contagious And if it is why do there seem to be greater outbreaks in
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