Human Being


Human Being

If we look at the world and life as it exists today, there does not seem to be any real difference between the people of today and their ancestors. Humans are not, of course, limited to the lifestyle of our ancestors, which has been passed on almost unchanged for hundreds of generations. We are a hybrid of humanity that is expanding exponentially in a way that is already changing what it means to be "human".

We may have little time to figure out what it means to behave humanely, but it also means that we need to think about how we should show our humanity. It would be easier if the human species were not simply driven by the ethics of humanity. Ethical behavior is not attributed to an individual person, but to the human nature as a whole.

Normally, it is important to assign to all people a share of a particular human value, but it is not important that we all consider them equally as such. It is that a human being is more valuable than a non-human, and some of them are equally valuable.

Humanity is human behavior that cares about other people, in accordance with the common belief that life is better than death and that a good life means being treated humanely in a relationship of mutual respect. Morality, then, consists of the ability to judge human action as right or wrong, and thus of the moral sense that is biologically determined.

Here are some unusual facts about

Human Being

  1. You will be taller in the morning

  2. Your veins could circle the globe

  3. Our nose and ears grow constantly

  4. Women heartbeat quicker than men

  5. Human are the only creatures with jawline

  6. Heart can beat outside of their body

  7. Bones are about 5 times tougher than steel

  8. When you blush, your stomach also turns red

  9. The foot is one of the most ticklish part of the body

  10. Tongue prints are as extraordinary as fingerprints

  11. ¼ bones are in your feet i.e. 26 bones in each foot

  12. At birth, kid’s body is comprised of around 300 bones

  13. Belly button develop extraordinary hairs to catch lint

  14. Our eyes remain the same size as they were during birth

  15. In extreme starvation, the cerebrum will start to eat itself

  16. You can produce enough saliva to fill two bathtubs a year

  17. The highest recorded fever ever was 115 degrees Fahrenheit

  18. The human body contains enough fat to make 7 bars of soap

  19. While awake, your brain delivers enough electricity to light a bulb

  20. About 66% of people tilt their head to the right when kissing

  21. Your strongest and longest bone is your femur i.e. thigh bone

  22. Pregnancy brain is genuine– Women brain shrink during pregnancy

  23. Scientists aren't exactly sure why we yawn, but it might help control body temperature

  24. The cornea is the only part of the body with no blood supply– it gets oxygen directly from air

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