Are the red blood cells of whales larger than those of mice?

Red blood cells: also called erythrocytes.

It is the basic building block of all living things: the cell. An adult human being, for example, has around 100 trillion cells, which is 100,000,000,000,000 individual cells. In the human body there are more than 200 different cell types with the most diverse forms and tasks: red blood cells transport oxygen, neurons pass on… Continue reading Are the red blood cells of whales larger than those of mice?

Is the Sense of Taste Inherited?

Is our taste in the genes or has it been acquired?

Is the Sense of Taste Inherited? Over time, people often approach their parents’ taste preferences and eating habits. But does that also mean that taste is inherited? is it the genetics? The question of whether genes or environment are crucial for food preferences is not an easy one to answer. Because, our meals in childhood… Continue reading Is the Sense of Taste Inherited?

What is the Big Bang? A Short Answer.

Scientists believe that the current universe was created by a big bang 13.7 billion years ago.

The Big Bang is massive explosion that according to a scientific theory, gave rise to the universe. This theory indicates that the universe is 13.8 billion years old, expanding thanks to the explosion in question. What is the Big Bang theory simple? After the expansion, the universe began to cool down. So the first subatomic… Continue reading What is the Big Bang? A Short Answer.

Dog barking and snarling when you are not there may be a sign of stress

STRESS IN DOGS: SIGNS AND TRIGGERS.

The fact that barking and snarling when you are not there may be a sign of stress and anxiety. Due to the fact that the dog is too dependent on you and becomes nervous when you are not there. Dog barking and snarling sign of stress This I say on the nose. To really understand… Continue reading Dog barking and snarling when you are not there may be a sign of stress

Active and Passive Immunization – What is the Difference?

Immunization.

Difference between active and passive immunization: The aim of active vaccination is to establish long-term effective protection. For this purpose, the body receives inactive or only fragments of pathogens. Weakened pathogens can no longer cause serious illness. So, the vaccine simulates infection. The body reacts by producing antibodies and so-called memory cells. If a person… Continue reading Active and Passive Immunization – What is the Difference?

Simulation of the spread of SARS-2 Coronavirus with confinement

The new simulator is called Epigraph and allows studying the evolution of the SARS-2 virus.

This animation shows how the new Coronavirus is spreading in Spain. Under the same model and two different scenarios: with and without confinement. They used real data on how this propagation takes place. Data from the census, from the 62 most populated cities, from the Ministry of Health, etc. Covering a total of 20 million… Continue reading Simulation of the spread of SARS-2 Coronavirus with confinement

What is science simple definition

What are the features of science?

What’s special about science? Knowledge can be of different types. Knowing where the nearest store to your house is, is empirical knowledge. A herbal remedy is traditional knowledge. There are some who say that a divine being can reveal knowledge to you. But when it comes to distinguishing what’s true regardless of any circumstances or… Continue reading What is science simple definition

Why Coronavirus Mortality Rate is Lower in Germany?

Germany COVID-19 coronavirus.

Germany ranked 5th in terms of infected with SARS-CoV-2. However, the death rate from Coronavirus in Germany is much lower than in most of the countries affected by the virus. The world anti-leaders in the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic – USA, Spain and Italy have more confirmed cases. Germany has more than 108,000 confirmed… Continue reading Why Coronavirus Mortality Rate is Lower in Germany?

What is time?

What is the concept of time?

What’s time? It’s hard to explain. Time is actually a sequence of moments. Time has always been there, and originated at the beginning of everything. It’s hard to explain, I know. Time can be measured, with a clock, a sundial, or an hourglass. But is that time right? Measure time? In the past, people tried… Continue reading What is time?