Category: DIY & How To

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Why do our fingers snap? – 180 Seconds

Some people make a sound by stretching their fingers together and stretching them. We think our voice is coming from bones, we are disturbed, but why do they seem to be happy with it The places that we have the most and easily cleared places are the most abrasive joints in our bodies. In this...

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What happens to our brain while we sleep? – 180 Seconds

If you connect a device with the name 'electroencephalograph' to a person, you can record the waves of the brain that the person hears. A brain in a wakeful and inactive state emits 'alpha' waves that oscillate 10 times in a second. During sleep, the brain emits two types of waves, the 'tetra' and 'delta'...

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Why sobriety? – 180 Seconds

Our lungs are like bags inside our ribs. When we breathe, these bags swell as much air as they can. The diaphragm, which separates our breast from our stomach and is a large muscle adjacent to the bottom of our lungs, causes the enlargement of our lungs to shrink and help us to breathe. When...

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How's the cargo hold? – 180 Seconds

People feel a nauseous disturbance within the means of movement, regardless of how fast and how far they go. The task of our outer ear is to provide hearing, but our inner ear is unevenly responsible. When we are on the move, the fluid in our inner ear is shaken and signals to our brain...

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Why are we laughing? – 180 Seconds

That's the question, of course, you can say we are laughing at funny words, funny words and events. But research shows that it's not that simple. Of course you can be right. Laughing is not as complex as it has been explored by researchers for years, but it can also be a form of behavior...

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How can people swim? – 180 Seconds

In order to stay on a cismin of water, it must be lightweight. But you have seen many times that a 120-pound man has been lying on his back very comfortably in the water, and a very weak person has been struggling to stay on the water. What matters here is density, not weight. That...

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Why do we see haze under the water? – 180 Seconds

When we dive into the sea and open our eyes, we see blurry surroundings, but when we put the sea glasses on, everything becomes clear. It is understood that, unless there is air in the sea in front of our eyes, there is a hindrance in seeing in the water. The convex outer surface of...

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Why are some people lefty? – 180 Seconds

It is not yet known why most people use their right hand. If half of the world's population were lefty, or if there were no lefty in the world, this would be more appropriate for the rules of nature, but it is surprising that even single twins use their different hands. It is certain that...

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Why are we sleeping? – 180 Seconds

Here is a surprise answer to a very important question about our life! "No one knows." The answer is easy, you can say that we charge our energy in sleep, but scientific research does not show it. In the research it has been observed that a 70 year old woman in the UK could sleep...