No, it will die. Well, maybe it will die, it depends on the depth of cut, how much damage has been done.
by momster 18 months ago
If you cut your finger down to the nerve, how long do you think it will take to heal?I cut my finger on a knife at an angle. It sliced a ways in and looked deep. It was bleeding really good for awhile. It feels like I hit the nerve in my finger. How long do you think it might take to heal with a...
by mcbel 5 years ago
How many cigarettes a day will cause me to die?
by Virginia Davis 4 years ago
Where do we go when we die?I know the christian answer but that is not what I am looking for. I would really like to know where ghosts come from, if they exsist. Where do we really go when we die, are there other demensions? Do we astral project all over the universe... or do we just cease to...
by shashnk 21 months ago
"People die when they cut the veins of their wrist but it is not so when the whole hand is cut" Why?Related to biology..................
by Gomarchant 8 years ago
Sports are good to your body?When you practice a sport you could think that it's good for your health, isn't it?.
by Steven Escareno 7 years ago
I was watching a documentary the other day where a guy believes that the only reason people or anything dies is because...THEY ACCEPT DEATH AND BELIEVE IN IT! Therefore, he thinks that by not believing in death, and calling it a superstition that he'll miraculously live forever. I think this...
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