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Body temperature is usually 37 ° C, whatever the temperature of the environment. It is controlled by a feedback system, ie information on body temperature, eg, receptors sensitive to the temperature of the skin is returned to the hypothalamus, the center of temperature regulation in the brain. The ...

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Science is observation. Record keeping. Data collection. If and only if you are objective, you ARE a scientist. If not, then you are a data collector.

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In a word, yes. Drinking too much water can lead to a condition known as water intoxication and to a related problem resulting from the dilution of sodium in the body, hyponatremia. Water intoxication is most commonly seen in infants under six months of age and sometimes in athletes. A baby can get ...

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I think you mean Pleiku. There was an air base there.
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