Subject: Can a human body GAIN weight over night?
Date: Fri Mar 19 15:11:32 1999
Posted by David Christy
Grade level: nonaligned
School: No school entered.
City: Lake Wales State/Province: FL
Area of science: Medicine
Can a human body GAIN weight over night? ie. weigh yourself before you go to bed
and then again in the morning, assuming that you didn't eat or drink anything
after you were first weighed.
I think the law of conservation of matter would apply and you would weigh less
simply due to perspiration and expiration.
Re: Can a human body GAIN weight over night?
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