How many other of my fellow writers here come up with oddball wonderings, and out-of-the-blue weird questions? How many of you have rapid-fire brains that come up with multiple oddball and unrelated questions within a few moments of time?
Well, at the risk of being thought weird, here are tonight's offerings, most of which fall under some branch of science:
1) can fish drown?
2) why do heat rash and razor burn both seem to manifest as comedones?
3) If, as we are told, REM (dream) sleep causes a "paralysis" so you don't act out your dreams, then how do you explain sleepwalking?
4) Why can deer (and other herbivores) eat poison oak/ivy/sumac with impunity?
5) How can some animals eat prickly, thorny plants (e.g., cacti; berry brambles), without injury?
And yes, I could Google it all, but where's the fun in that? What other weird wonderings can you folks come up with?...Let's keep a running number tally, of how many questions we can come up with.
The next person to post questions starts their list at #6, through however many questions they have, and ending with that number; i.e., 7 or maybe 9, and so forth. The person after that, starts their list one number past the previous person's post, etc.
Then, the fun begins, as a challenge, to see who chooses to take on any of the offerings as the basis for an article. ;-)
by cascoly 7 years ago
why can't we sort unanswered msgs by date posted? they appear random;ly, and i'm not interested in questions that havent been answered in 8 monthsi searched for this topic but didnt find any relevant previous topics; sorry if i've duplicatedsteve
by Rebecca Graf 9 years ago
Why don't we have a HubChallenge to clean out the Unanswered Questions? That could be fun since some of them have been sitting there for so long.
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Do you try to reply the unanswered questions here?Or you prefer to answer the best or hot questions here?
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