After a night of hurling (non alcohol induced) I had plenty of time to wonder about it...
It looks like this has been asked here before, but most of the answers weren't very helpful for me.
For example - a 110lb woman can be prescribed the same dosage of any given medicine as a 220lb woman. How is it possible that the medicine will remain equally effective at the same dose with 100+ lb weight difference?
So we have two situations:
A; Condom breaks. A relatively small amount of sperm breaks through, one ends up fertilizing the egg.
B; No condom. Higher sperm count. More sperm competing to fertilize the egg.
Does the baby in situation B have a higher chance of inheriting 'better' genes as there is more competition, with the fastest sperm winning?
I know you can take old drugs back to the pharmacy and have them safely disposed of. Just wondering if they do the same with seized illegal drugs? If they do what process do they use? I'd think burning but also wondering if the fumes are also intoxicating?
Wouldn't it reduce drag and make the vehicles more fuel-efficient?
I'm under the impression that the motor and sensory neurons for each side of the body are routed to their respective side. If this is the case, when one half of the brain is removed, wouldn't that half of the body be permanently "unplugged"?