During my years of volunteering for the Mad Scientist Network, I've answered many questions on a wide variety of subjects. Here are a few of my favorites:
- How much actual iron is in the human body?
- Strange phenonenom between sleeping and waking
- Odd Names Given to Medicines (more
- How does the brain produce electricity?
- How are symmetrical physical traits stored in DNA?
- Are there any species on Earth that have three parents?
- What are the 'advantages' of developing a deuterostome pattern
- Can taking a 'Telomerase' enzyme pill reduce speed of aging?
- How is the DNA interpreted when a fetus is forming?
- evolution of homosexuality and why does it persist?
- When does adaptation become speciation?
- What criteria unambiguously define biological evolution?
- I know how DNA was first created but how did the cell first occur?
- What came first, the chicken or the egg?
- In 1,000,000 years what do you think homosapians will look like?
- Biochemistry & Chemistry:
- A mole of M&M's would fill how many holes the size of Lake Erie?
- What elements make up the human body? (more
- 2 different mRNA sizes for one gene
- Why does adenine have more mobility in a chromatograph then cytosine?
- What exactly makes a lobsters exoskeleton turn red when cooked?
- Why does uracil replace thymine in RNA?
- How can I test the enzyme effectiveness of papain (papaya extract)?
- Science History:
- who discovered pH and when and how?
- What is the story behind the naming convention of stop
- Where can I find more info on the history of Plasmid research?
- questions regarding mRNA codons
- How do objects ever touch?
- Why do people use the expression 'chemistry' when describing relationships
- Probability of people with the same birthday
- How can purple exist?
- Who came up with the names/words Mitosis and Meiosis?
- probablility of a forth point being contained within a triangle