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Myths And Facts About Weed
Quintuplets: The dionne quintuplets were taken from their parents and between 1934 & 1943 they were used by the canadian government as a tourist show at the hospital where they lived. The hospital in ontario and was called “quintland”. It is a very sad story. I know of no traveling road show. Two of them died in young adulthood. ...Read more
Most likely: By physics and physiology probably YES . You have to check with a trainer in a gym ...Read more
Total myth: If you can accomplish a visual task in dimmer light, that will not harm the eyes in any way. If the dimmer light makes you more comfortable than go ahead and use it. Abraham Lincoln was said to have read by the dim light of a fire which seemed to cause him no eye or brain damage. ...Read more
I have thought for many years based upon reading that the majority (or close to it) of people meet their demise upon waking in the morning. A myth?
Mostly a myth but...: We can meet our demise any time of day. At least in hospitals, many people seem to die in the middle of the nite. Research suggests that sudden cardiac death outside the hospital most often occurs between 7 and 11 AM but this is not a particularly common form of death. Ultimately, the grim reaper (or angel of death) can visit at any time. See http://circ.ahajournals.org/content/75/1/131.full.pdf ...Read more
Absolutely not: Aids is a disease caused by a virus - HIV (human immunodeficiency virus) that destroys the immune system of the patients, leading to severe infections, special cancers and death. The virus is transmitted by contact with infected body fluids of infected patients: blood, semen in men, vaginal secretions in women, anal secretions, and lesser with saliva. People who claim it is a myth may pay dearly. ...Read more