Isn't it just silly when someone thinks they know why women live longer just bc they have a "biology degree"?
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Isn't it just silly when someone thinks they know why women live longer just bc they have a "biology degree"?Talking about how it's because estrogen has protective benefits. Boom. Mystery solved! lol It's only something every scientists on earth is debating. But hey, one guy has a biology degree! All we know about estrogen is that it has protective benefits before they turn old and hit menopause.
Men work harder and so die quicker! :-D lol
Some with "degrees" say that having multiple partners lowers a woman's immune system. You can't really do much with a BS in Biology besides flip burgers with a sense of pride.
Nope. It's not silly.
I wonder what job a biology degree can get you. They're probably tossing signs on street corners.
I wonder who's more qualified to say, someone with the degree or someone without. Sure laymen (as I am) can come to some interesting and insightful conclusions based on observable facts and phenomena, but I would have to think someone with even a percentage of my mental ability (here we go, narcissism, delusions of grandeur) with a degree would be capable of coming to some interesting conclusions themselves and have the experience, knowledge, etc. to back it up with actual facts.
yes, it's so silly that someone who devoted a large portion of their life to studying the way the human body works would go making comments on human physiology. How ridiculous! Why, that would be like an electrical engineer trying to tell you why your lights aren't working.
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