10 Body Functions That Continue After Death
The body going back in a matter of minutes, hours, days or even weeks after
his death. Yes, the article is not intended for people with weak stomachs.
01. The growth of hair and nails
The growth of hair and nails is more of a technical function. The body no longer
produces fabrics for the growth of hair and nails, but they both continue to
“grow” and after his death. In fact, the skin loses moisture, and just recedes,
exposing the hair and nails seem more compelling long. Since we measure the
length of the hair and nails from their ends, to the point where the skin
starts, then when the skin is receding, they begin to seem longer.
Top 10 Amazing Facts About Colors
It’s in everything we touch, taste, smell, and feel. It evokes emotion
without asking for prior thought. It can be the focus of our careers, the way we
live, the choices we make, and the fun we have. We are all familiar with color
and its basic concepts, but did you know…??
10. Men and women see the color red very differently
While those of us who are estrogen producers tend to see maroon, cardinal, and
crimson, men typically just see red. No varying tones, hues, or shades–just
color-crayon, fire engine red. The explanation is actually quite simple and all
falls back on basic DNA. Researchers from Arizona State University found that
there’s a specific gene that allows us to see and interpret the color red. Women
have two X chromosomes, while men only possess one. Because the particular
“red-seeing gene” sits on the X chromosome, it only makes sense that women would
have a full understanding of the red spectrum, while our counterparts only have
half the pieces to the racy red puzzle. Therefore, ladies, if you’re one of
those gals who just cannot make a decision when picking out a shade of lipstick,
don’t put so much pressure on yourself. It’s really of very little importance.
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