2 months ago+4 4 0
I don't know.... I understand it's hard work to be a farmer. I also understand you need to make money in order to live a modest/good life.
What I don't understand is the lack of responsibility and your own interest at the risk of sickening the population. You produce food! This food reaches the table of thousands of people including children. You must take responsibility. You must be cautious and careful with the food you are growing and the methods you are using for growing it.
All in the name of money, because everything revolves around money...
2 months ago+1 1 0
Commented in What Happens to the Brain in Zero Gravity?
I read this in another news source. I thought the article was about Chris Hadfield, but it was only a picture with him in the article.
Anyway, some tests were done in a special aeroplane nicknamed the “vomit comet”. After a few days of testing on a bunch of individuals, this was the conclusion: nitric oxide levels increased following repeated bouts of weightlessness, and this coincided with increased blood flow, particularly through arteries that supply the back of the brain. This forced the blood-brain barrier open, although there was no evidence of structural brain damage.
Interesting read, especially when you think of men ambition to send humans on Mars by the 2030s.
1 year ago+12 12 0
The month in which you were born may be linked to what diseases you develop later in life, a new study suggests.