The 36-year-old accountant, suffers from a chemical imbalance that triggers anxiety and hypersexuality. She is said to need to masturbate for at least fifteen minutes every two hours. The condition, that requires the sufferer to orgasm to relieve stress and anxiety, caused Ms Bezerra difficulty at work. At the peak of her condition she was having to masturbate up to forty-seven times a day. Guanabee.com quotes Ms Bazerra as saying: “I got so bad I would have to masturbate up to forty seven-times a day. That’s when I asked for help, I knew it wasn’t normal,” Now on on a variety of tranquillisers, Bezerra reportedly (only) has to masturbate around 18 times a day.
Scientists turn blood cells into stem cells in 30 minutes with a dose of acid. It’s like the ending of 2001: A Space Odyssey
In an amazing scientific breakthrough, scientists turned mouse blood cells into stem cells by giving the cells a little bit of acid. The process only takes 30 minutes, which could mean a future of creating stem cells quickly and easily.
According to Dr. John Bradshaw’s new book, “Cat Sense,” your feline friend likely thinks of you not as a parent, but as “a larger, non-hostile cat.”
Bradshaw, a biologist at the England’s University of Bristol, has studied cat behavior for 30 years, and his book offers new insights into the ways cats interact with humans.
The starting point of his analysis is that cats are basically still wild animals.
Unlike dogs, which have been bred for specific purposes, cats essentially domesticated themselves.
Scientists discovered that dogs across a variety of breeds align their body axis with the Earth’s magnetic field (MF) when relieving themselves. 70 dogs out of 37 different breeds were observed going number two 1,893 times and number one 5,582 times over the course of a two-year period. And they preferred to excrete when their body was aligned along the north-south axis under calm MF conditions, and will get confused if solar flares temporarily disrupt the field, according to a new report in the journal Frontiers in Zoology. So now, just as our ancient ancestors must have learned out hunting with their dogs, you can use pooping dogs as a compass to determine which way you’re headed.
A new Pew Research study finds that 48 percent of Republicans continue to believe that “humans and other living things have existed in their present form since the beginning of time,” while 27 percent of Democrats continue to deny that species change and adapt.
One-third of adults are complete fucking morons. Happy fucking new year.
Dolphins share a lot of personality traits with humans, including apparently an enjoyment of getting fucked up. For the first time, scientists have filmed bottlenose dolphins chewing on toxic pufferfish, getting a buzz from the fish’s poison. Have you ever swam in the ocean on pufferfish, dude? It’s awesome.