I Respond

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:

Medicine:
How much actual iron is in the human body?
Strange phenonenom between sleeping and waking
Odd Names Given to Medicines (more here)
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:
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 here)
2 different mRNA sizes for one gene (more here)
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 codons?
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