|MadSci Network: General Biology|
The main point : 1. I want to know if the more a man's have more fat in a curtain area, he is more protected against a melee attack like maybe a small knife attack? would the attacker have to use a longer knife to harm a fatter man ? 2. The same question in the case of muscle tissue. 3. which of the two (muscle/fat) is more effective for this protective task (if at all). 4. Is fat or muscle tissue blurs the sensation transmitted to the brain by neurotransmitters ? if a fat/muscular guy gets hit by a punch, would he feel it more blurry than the average guy ? I'm asking this question because I'm interested to know more about the differences between fat and muscular people. I enjoyed to read the answer about the survival of the fat man in the desert. thank you, Greetings from Israel.
Re: Is a man's fat/muscle tissue protects effectively against a melee attack ?
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