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Originally posted by artistpoetI recall going for walks with a girl friend and her dog in Mid Winter - I shivered with the cold and said to my gf Why is your dog not bothered by the cold she replied Becuase he is connected to the Earth.
Most dogs, let alone any animal, are designed to be in the cold. Im sure they have some sort of internal way to increase their body temperature that humans dont, or dont know how to use yet.
Im sorry but generate heat = increase heat no? You cant generate x amount of heat and save it in your body somewhere
Its feet are feathered to the toes (hence its scientific name, lagopus, meaning "hare-footed") as an adaptation to its arctic home range.
Originally posted by BelowPublicKnowledge
Despite our increased understanding of the functions and mechanisms of action of the pineal gland in the past few decades, the precise mechanism at a cellular level whereby electromagnetic radiation can produce biological effects was, until recently, unknown. However in the past decade or so, studies of the ferrous mineral known as magnetite, have shown that it can act as a transducer linking ambient electromagnetic activity to cellular function. In addition – in both animals and humans – magnetite has been identified in most tissues examined, including the pineal gland (Lohmann & Johnsen, 2000; Schultheiss-Grassi & Dobson, 1999).