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IN Creative ON 31 Oct, 2015
Questions just keep on popping up in our minds and we just want an immediate answer to them. Why does this happen? How does it happen? Why did it have to happen? However stupid they may seem, they irritate you to a huge extent and don't make you do anything properly until they are answered. Science has your answers. Here are some weird questions that science answers.
Ans. When your heartbreaks, everything falls as your heart is shattered into pieces. But, we don't really like to die from this because it's emotional stress which can cause other serious problems but not death particularly.
Ans. That's a question cannibal answer best (just kidding) but we can get idea only from them so as per their opinion, it tastes like meat but stronger and better (well, that's choice though). Not all consider the taste to be like "pork" and consider it taste young but not beef.
Hiccups generally annoy people a lot and they really are irritating. If they generally last for a very long time they can be really problematic and can cause major problems but that's not a surety. It's a possibility that a person can die if the effect and reason are too severe but not every-time.
Ans. When you sneeze, you shut your eyes not because of fear of death but because of reflexes. It's extremely unlikely that your eyes would pop out if you sneeze with them open.
Ans. The blood that was there would be present but it won't flow anymore, but it would remain moist for a while.
Ans. There are around 37.2 trillion cells in your body. All these are not easy to count as some are tangled. The calculation of the method has different ways, it can be either because of the body weight of the person or the weight of the cell.
Ans. When you die, your heart stops beating (death check scene in movies) and then blood is not pumped in your body anymore. Later, your body also starts to lose colour and RBC's move closest to the ground and thus purple splotches come about which are livor mortis. It is by studying livor mortis that we get to know the time of death.
Ans. It cannot ejaculate, but the semen seeps out of the end of penises of the deceased male.