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General Science

WHY do people talk in their sleep?

Sleep talking is a common sleep disorder and, according to some researchers, occurs in 50% of young children. Sleep talking in adults occurs in about…

WHY do people snore in their sleep?

All muscles relax during sleep. If the lumen of the pharynx was originally narrowed, then the relaxed walls of the upper airways, sagging, touch each…

Who has a thousand teeth?

Snails and slugs have evolved to eat just about everything; they are herbivorous, carnivorous, omnivorous, and detritivores (eating decaying waste fr…

300 GENERAL SCIENCE QUESTIONS (PHYSICS, CHEMISTRY AND BIOLOGY) FOR RAILWAY EXAMS

General Science is a very important part of various Railway Exams like RRB NTPC, RRB Group D, RRB JE, etc. In this section, basic questions on variou…

WHY shouldn't unwashed dishes be left overnight?

The thing is that the remains of food, which are certainly present on the dishes, overnight react with each other, begins the process of rotting. All…

WHY do baby teeth fall out?

One important function of deciduous teeth is that they "point" to the molar teeth where they will erupt. If a baby tooth falls out prematur…

How many colors of blood do animals have?

The color of blood depends on different chemicals that special proteins of the blood contain. Because some of the chemicals change color while reacti…

Why we dream?, Why are dreams so hard to remember?, Does dreaming affect sleep quality?

The conditions of the brain during sleep do not allow the dream to be transferred to long-term memory upon awakening.  In addition, a lack of the hor…

WHY is blood taken from the ring finger?

The fingertips are easily accessible, hairless, rich in blood vessels, easy to disinfect, and even squeeze if necessary. The skin on the ring finger …

WHY is one of the proteins in the human eye named after Pikachu?

In 2008, Japanese scientists from the Osaka Institute of Biological Sciences discovered a protein playing a crucial role in transmitting signals betw…

WHY do we shiver when cold?

Shivering is the body's defensive response to a drop in body temperature. When the temperature drops, biochemical reactions slow down, and the lo…
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