Discussion in 'Science and Technology' started by CrusaderFrank, Sep 15, 2010.
If we evolved from the oceans, how come we can't drink salt water?
Because it's been at least a billion years since the first animals crawled out of the sea and we've evolved further. Our renal system has been accustomed to fresh water and drinking sea water causes more water to be excreted than the amount taken in, leading to dehydration.
Who said you can't? Drink all you want.
People did evolve. CornHole is proof positive that Negro people engage in sexual activities with apes.
our bodies are the same percentage of salt and water as the ocean.
a mind is a terrible thing to waste.
You are wrong.
you know, you're right. i'm not being exact. our bodies are 65% water... the earth is 98% water... but only about 2% of the water on earth is fresh ...
frank is so ignorant, i let my standards down. lol..
Thank you for the apology. It is nice to know that there are still women who know-their-place. I hope you have a nice day.
LOL is this really true? what if people take lithium?
drawing correlations and making assumptions on them can be dangerous.
Try fucking an ape and see if you scream out 'momma' or 'daddy'
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