Thursday, June 10, 2010

Today's Chatter Post - June 10th, 2010

Remember, only 2 rules

  • Keep it clean
  • No spoilers

So - today's question is:

What's most interesting scientific fact you've learned from the show?

Hey, after all, we are all watching this show for educational reasons, right? :-)

4 comments:

Deborah said...

I know it's not even close to scientific, but I like how a heart can't be broken, but it can be crushed.

Anonymous said...

hmmmmm...
first thing that poppedinto my mind: macerals (?spelling) are components in dirt that fluoresce in such away that one can locate the origin of the dirt with great specificity....i never really thought about DIRT before.... i learn cool stuff from Hodgins... i already know the anthropology and pathology/medical information, for the most part....OH, and I think I could be learning some interesting things from 'guest stars' such as marine biologists, crazy postdocs working at private foundations...

thanks for the question: it's a fun one...

Anonymous said...

not totally scientific, but the fact that a boat is a she and it cant be bought until one knows that it has sexual fengshway(sp?)

Carrie said...

In "Mayhem on the Cross" I learned that "supinator" (sp?) is the term for people who walk on the outside edge of their feet, and that 1% of people have this quality. I found this meaningful, because I tend to walk more on the outside edge of my feet (this is intentional, because my legs are slightly misaligned, and otherwise I get back pain).

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