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Everyday our body superpowers

24 Jul

superpowersThe human body the amazing complexity of the mechanism. This was always known, but modern medical research only confirms this, regularly supplying us with new facts that seem not just amazing, and truly wonderful. In some of them hard to believe, but they all take place inside you right now.

In the human body as blood vessels, their total length would be enough to wrap the Earth two and a half times.

The human eye is so sensitive that if the Earth was flat, you could see a candle flame for thirty kilometers.

Nerve impulses from the brain moving at a speed exceeding 350 kilometers per hour, which is faster than Formula 1.

When you blush, your stomach turns red with you.

The human brain is able to visually perceive to 1000 words per minute.

Inside the navel tens of thousands of live bacteria that make up its own ecosystem.

When a person is in love, he gets the release of neurotransmitters and hormones that are similar in action to drugs. This leads to increased heart rate, loss of appetite and sleep, and a strong sense of excitement.

People can see ultraviolet light, but it is filtered through the lens of the eye. Some have undergone surgery on the lens can see the ultraviolet spectrum with the naked eye.

Our muscles are actually incredibly powerful than they seem. Human power is limited, in order to protect the tendons and muscles from harm. This limitation can remove adrenaline during which some people may raise multiton boulders or cars.

People, better than other creatures adapted to run long distances, but rarely use this skill. Even four legged sprinters wildlife preredvizhenie spend much more energy than that obtained in humans.

For thirty minutes, the human body emits as much heat as would be enough to boil a liter of water.

We have so much body hair, like chimpanzees. But most of them do not carry any practical problem, and often almost imperceptible.

Human bones are very durable. Piece of bone the size of a matchbox can withstand the pressure of ten tons without much damage.

If the human brain is a computer, it could carry 38 thousand trillion operations per second. The most powerful supercomputer in the world Blue Gene, may issue rate of 0.002% of this figure.

For every kilogram of the added fat or muscle, the body creates ten kilometers of new vessels.

One sperm contains a store of information, which is estimated at 37, 5 megabytes. This means that on average per ejaculation passed about fifteen hundred terabytes of data.

Your body produces 25 million new cells every second. Every 13 seconds you produce more cells than there are people in Russia.

People have bio luminescence and glow in the dark. Only here it is about a thousand times weaker than light that the human eye can notice.

People wear out for the life of a few tens of kilograms of skin epithelium completely changing once a month.

About 90% of the cells of the human body have nothing human in its basis. For the most part we like fungi and bacteria.

Along with the traditional five senses: sound, sight, touch, smell and taste, people also have 15 other senses. These include the balance in space, temperature, pain, sense of time, as well as inner feelings, signaling about suffocation, thirst and excess weight.

The human brain uses 20% of the total calories and the consumed oxygen, despite the fact that about 2% of the adult body weight.

Some women see more colors than all the rest. Most people have three types of color receptors to distinguish colors, while some women have four or even five of these receptors, which allows seeing a wide range of colors.

A condition called synesthesia can make your feelings mingle. In other words, some people can taste words or hear colors.

The need to breathe due to accumulation of carbon dioxide is greater than the need for oxygen. If there was another way to get rid of carbon dioxide from the blood, we could inhale approximately once per minute.

Chemical structure of tears varies depending on the cause of crying. Tears of sorrow, hope or pain will dramatically differ molecular structure.

 
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