My Project for this Week
I'm deciding to start a project this week and pretty much every week as along as I can remain inspired to do thus (I like using words like thus, and per se, afore mentioned...etc...)Well the project was inspired because I saw on this other website www.monosyllabic.com
that this guy made a personal project of photographing everything he ate...well I decided that personal projects are cool and that I can think of some stuff I think...so I'm going to write down every questions that pops into my head this week and find the answers and post them here...you will probably learn a lot about me just from the questions...like obviously I was digging in my ear when I decided to ask myself -+-
- Where does ear wax come from?
It comes from a gland (ceruminous glands) and is much like sweat in it's reactionary functions. I.e. if you sweat you probably get ear wax as well. The color can sometimes give you indications of the toxins in your body. Really yellow is really bad.
Do broken bones cause arthritis?
"Absolutely!", according to Dr. Leanord Scholl. It is the major cause of arthritis in younger people. The bone once broken, especially joint bones, tend to heal differently and sometimes incorrectly in conjunction with castes and settings. Whoopee! I'm screwed!
Why does hair fall out?
Well oddly enough, I actually feel better about losing my hair knowing that testosterone causes hair loss. Apparently when your testosterone isn't driving you to fight or get laid it works against you causing the anti-hair nemesis dihydrotestosterone.
Is there a color we haven't seen?
Well since the colors we see depend on our own rods and cones the answer according to "Wildman" Karl Glazebrook is bunk. He basically states that all the colors are inthe stupid strips you see everywhere. What a piece of crap that is. Damn photoshop communist color huggers. (that was the craziest thing I have written this week...no one has ever said that sentence!) He didn't give me an answer but he does ask the question of "What is the color of the Universe?".
His answer, "Cosmic Latte". Kinda gay if you ask me but it looks like off white pink. So his answers were technical and gave me no hope as my question pertains and is confined by our own limits. But it is a dream of mine to see a color no one has ever seen before. A new color! Like if my rods and cones on a different planet reacted in some weird way to the atmosphere and could now pick up rediculous gama rays or something. Wow!
So yeah that was kinda fun and I feel fuller of info. I like that I'm going to write down questions all day. Thanks monosyllabic guy!