Does sleeping less make me older faster?

Yes!it took me 22 days to study books, research reports, and doing various studies along with asking from spiritual gurus, sleep scientists, Physiologists, Psychologists, and many other key people. and then tested upon myself.quality sleep is very important for the productivity & better health of the personand it is achievable

Which body part catches fire the easiest?

your hair.Hair is keratin which is composed of approximately 51% carbon, 21% oxygen, 17% nitrogen, 6% hydrogen, and 5% sulfur.When some heat is applied then the chemical bonds which hold those elements in their place in complex molecules, start to break down,

Why do viruses and bacteria attack humans?

Viruses and bacteria are very specific about their host. So all virus and bacteria don't attack human. Those who have receptor site for human only they able to attach and proliferate in human body.Why do they so! Well, it's all about chance, think about HIV, if you never come contact with the virus, it can't attach

What happens in your brain when you sleep too much?

Unlike computers, sleep for the brain is a very active combination of many different processes. During sleep, our brains generally go through several types of processing, this is usually indicated by attaching electrodes to the scalp and measuring electrical activity. In most cases, the measured electrical activity occurs at predominant frequencies, with

Can viruses be said as cell organelles?

Thanks for A2A,No, viruses cannot be called as a cell organelle.A cell organelle is defined as a part of the cell which is membrane-bounded and carries out some basic metabolic process inside the cell (except Ribosome, which is not a membrane-bounded organelle). Viruses are not a cell organelle, instead, they are just the assembly of proteins,

Can viruses be said as cell organelles?

Thanks for A2A,No, viruses cannot be called as a cell organelle.A cell organelle is defined as a part of the cell which is membrane-bounded and carries out some basic metabolic process inside the cell (except Ribosome, which is not a membrane-bounded organelle). Viruses are not a cell organelle, instead, they are just the assembly of proteins,

What are some mind-blowing facts about biology?

Mind blowing facts about human sensesThe primary means by which we interact with the world around us is through our senses. Here are some interesting facts about these five sensory abilities.After eating too much, your hearing is less sharp. If you're heading to a concert or a musical after a big

Can viruses be said as cell organelles?

Thanks for A2A,No, viruses cannot be called as a cell organelle.A cell organelle is defined as a part of the cell which is membrane-bounded and carries out some basic metabolic process inside the cell (except Ribosome, which is not a membrane-bounded organelle). Viruses are not a cell organelle, instead, they are just the assembly of proteins,

What are some mind-blowing facts about biology?

Mind blowing facts about human sensesThe primary means by which we interact with the world around us is through our senses. Here are some interesting facts about these five sensory abilities.After eating too much, your hearing is less sharp. If you're heading to a concert or a musical after a big

What related jobs are available for a current science undergraduate?

There are a hundreds of ways you could go. What is your area of study? What are your interests? Plans to return for graduate school? What sort of job experience do you have? An employer needs to see what your capabilities are.

If all the photosynthetic organisms on earth die now, how long can human beings survive?

If it happens the human being an animals wouldn't exist and microscopic living things would be left. In the case of plants, they obtain their energy directly from sun. But in the case of animals they do this indirectly. If there was no photosynthesis, plants

Is there any substantial scientific evidence for the existence of ghosts, or any other extra-physical phenomena involving consciousness?

Is there scientific proof that ghosts aren't real?This is known as shifting the burden of proof. The real question should be: Is there scientific proof that ghosts are real?The reason this question makes more sense is because, in a world where ghosts did exist, they would be easy to prove, especially when you consider how

Do you think that humans are just an invasive species on earth? If so, who does the earth belong to?

Is an interesting point of view, and - Yes, humans behave as an invasive specie for Earth, and I hope, for the rest of the Universe...Like everything else, Earth belongs to whoever is able to grab it first. In absence of a higher arbitre for morale or value, in these times, Earth belongs to

Can bacteria survive without moisture?

If the particular culture that you are interested in can be successfully freeze-dried, then, up to a point, the drier the better for keeping them in suspended animation. Over-drying, however, can damage cell membranes, by extraction of water molecules from structures that require water molecules,

Why were we born on this earth?

In spiritual world God is the enjoyer and we all are to be enjoyed by him. But somewhere we all created the desire to enjoy ourselves and not to be enjoyed by god. So God has to create this material world to let all of us to enjoy seperately if we want

Can zombies live without food or water?

I don't believe living organism can survival without energy input. There has to be some sort of food taken by zombies to sustain its own life.I heard some virus can exist millions of years in frozen soil and can still

What would happen if hippos went extinct?

Hippos live mainly on grasses, which they eat at night, so really, they do not play a crucial central role in the ecology of the areas in which they live.  If hippos were gone, the grasses would still be eaten.  No real hippo predators, so no carnivores would

Can bacteria survive without moisture?

If the particular culture that you are interested in can be successfully freeze-dried, then, up to a point, the drier the better for keeping them in suspended animation. Over-drying, however, can damage cell membranes, by extraction of water molecules from structures that require water molecules,

Which is the most damaging alien plant species in New Zealand?

Clematis vitalba is a noxious vine that kills forests. NZ listed this as a dominant and nasty invasion.

What senses do cockroaches have?

Cockroaches CAN'T hear at the frequencies that mammals can hear. They don't have ‘ears'.2. They can see light and dark with their compound eyes. Their vision is extremely poor. They can perceive motion but not images with their eyes.3. They have a sharp smell (olfaction) with their antennae.4. They

Is there any substantial scientific evidence for the existence of ghosts, or any other extra-physical phenomena involving consciousness?

Is there scientific proof that ghosts aren't real?This is known as shifting the burden of proof. The real question should be: Is there scientific proof that ghosts are real?The reason this question makes more sense is because, in a world where ghosts did exist, they would be easy to prove, especially when you consider how

How did the first species survive on Earth?

Presumably, the first species of life was the first self-replicating cell to organize out of a soup of organic matter. This primitive organism would not survive today because it was poorly formed and any modern competitor would quickly destroy it. Let's call this first

Did the Bible mention micro organisms?

Critics sometimes claim the Bible "should  have" given us more specific scientific details. The absence of some  specific fact is then held up as evidence of the Bible's merely human,  primitive origins. In reality, this is less indicative of a Biblical  problem than a critic who isn't thinking the issue through.

If all the photosynthetic organisms on earth die now, how long can human beings survive?

If it happens the human being an animals wouldn't exist and microscopic living things would be left. In the case of plants, they obtain their energy directly from sun. But in the case of animals they do this indirectly. If there was no photosynthesis, plants

Is it possible that someone's gene or DNA is not the same as his/her father's?

Yes, because only half of the genes come from the father, and the other half from the mother:Mendelian inheritance - WikipediaAlso, occasionally you can have non-disjunction or mutations, that can eliminate the father's chromosome or gene, respectively, although it is very rare.

Did life once thrive on Venus, Mars, and Earth?

There is currently no evidence of past or present life on either Venus or Mars.  Nor is Venus suitable for biologically-interesting chemistry.  But there is considerable evidence that environments in which life may have appeared were extremely common early in Mars' history - even as the surface of the planet is currently to all appearances

Was the "Arecibo answer" geniune or a elaborate hoax?

The "Arecibo answer" is a crop circle (well, crop rectangle, to be accurate) that is purported to be a response to the "Arecibo message", a piece of coded information about Earth and humanity which was first beamed into space in www.years.it appeared in 2001 near the Chilbolton radio telescope in Hampshire, UK. Despite

What are the best popular science books on human physiology?

Based on your description, the first book that comes to mind is Adventures in Human Well-Being by Gavin Francis.If you want something that goes deeper into the biological aspects of physiology then I recommend that you get The Ross Anatomy and Physiology Study

What would a 'planet making machine' need to create an atmosphere and make it susceptible for humans on Europa?

See the Wikipedia article, Terraforming.  As a general process, the, "primary stage of ecosystem creation is usually restricted to the initial seeding of microbial life.  As conditions approach that of Earth, plant life could be brought in,  and this will accelerate the

How common is it that a virus can mutate to a species relatively dissimilar to the host?

Do you mean that a virus isn't in any way similar to its host? Well that's always the case - hence it's a virus, as opposed to cannibalism. Or do you mean that a virus could change one species to another, dissimilar one? Well I'm not sure if

Has life been discovered on the moon?

No. No life has been found outside earth's biosphere. The discovery of extraterrestrial life, even in the form of the simplest microorganism, would be one of the major events in history, changing forever how we look at the universe.

Can bacteria survive without moisture?

If the particular culture that you are interested in can be successfully freeze-dried, then, up to a point, the drier the better for keeping them in suspended animation. Over-drying, however, can damage cell membranes, by extraction of water molecules from structures that require water molecules,

Could we consider planet Earth as a single living organism?

This concept has has been previously proposed and argued quite convincingly by James Lovelock and Lynn Margulis, in the 1970's. The Gaia hypothesis. Gaia hypothesis - Wikipedia

What are parasitic organisms?

Parasitic organisms are those that depend on another organism(host) for their food, shelter, and would live either within the host or on the host's body for a significant period of their life. A parasitic organism is called a parasite.The Lice is a parasitic organism that lives in the hair of humans.The

Is there life in earth's underground water?

Yes. Caves support a wide variety of life, and in cave water you can find fish, bacteria, and other kinds of life.In fact, bacteria have been found up to two miles deep in the ground:Two miles underground, strange bacteria are found thriving

What species are able to interbreed? Why?

This answer is somewhat complicated. Basically, any two plants can interbreed and produce offspring. That's how you hear about all these different types of apples, or tangelos, and the such. Animals are a different matter completely. Animals can only interbreed when they have the same number of chromosomes, if I

What are scientists' favorite movies related to their field of study, and why? Life sciences are of special interest.

The favorite movie of Scientists is INTERSTELLAR.This is because it shows maximum number of science_related things along with historical events like Dust bowl, etc.Study terms include Worm-hole, Time-machine, and much more .............such that nearly all the sci_fi topics are included in it.Watch full movie without forwarding, and with full concentration.

Do you think an alien species more intelligent than us can be morally inferior to us?

Intelligence and moral superiority are not related, and in fact, it seems in many cases, seem inversely proportional. :-(Some of the smartest people are also the most immoral, unethical and opportunistic.

Will alien women reproduce with human males in the future?

The big problem is that alien's almost certainly don't have a biochemical make up sufficiently similar to ours for it to mix properly. Maybe, for example, they use L glucose instead of D glucose as we do. Or maybe, they don't use the Krebs cycle to generate ATP. Or maybe they use GMP instead

How many new species have humans made?

I don't think we've ever tried to make a new species although we've created, by selective breeding, pseudo-species which can't interbreed.At least one species has arisen while

Is consciousness related to biology?

Yes, consciousness is related to biology to the extent it affects our bio-consciousness, i.e. the way it manifests through elan vital or the vital energy, metabolism and anabolism, thought and feelings generated by way of neuron firings, information processed from sensory stimuli and