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Curious Science Questions of Wonderment
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RE: Curious Science Questions of Wonderment
(28th December 2016, 18:47)Catholic_Lady Wrote: Why is poop brown?

Mine's purple. What's wrong with your poop?
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#12
RE: Curious Science Questions of Wonderment
(28th December 2016, 18:47)Catholic_Lady Wrote: Why is poop brown?

Stercobilin, a bile pigment. If you have a condition that prevents bilirubin (sort of the parent chemical of stercobilin) from reaching the small intentine, your poo will be sort of a yellowish colour.

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#13
RE: Curious Science Questions of Wonderment
When I had the bad e coli (both times) my poop was almost white.
If any email controversy impacted the election, it wasn't Russian hacking of the DNC and  John Podesta's email, it was Hillary Clinton's decision to have her own email server and the subsequent FBI investigation which raised all the same  questions  Hillary Clinton has justifiably faced for decades about her trustworthiness and honesty.


















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(28th December 2016, 18:58)vorlon13 Wrote: When I had the bad e coli (both times) my poop was almost white.

You probably got an infection in your butt hole because you are gay.
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RE: Curious Science Questions of Wonderment
(28th December 2016, 18:58)vorlon13 Wrote: When I had the bad e coli (both times) my poop was almost white.

That'll do it. So will some types of jaundice.

Boru
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#16
RE: Curious Science Questions of Wonderment
my liver was shutting down. Whites of my eyes (and most everything else on me) turned orange.

Till I had the West Nile it was the sickest I had been as an adult
If any email controversy impacted the election, it wasn't Russian hacking of the DNC and  John Podesta's email, it was Hillary Clinton's decision to have her own email server and the subsequent FBI investigation which raised all the same  questions  Hillary Clinton has justifiably faced for decades about her trustworthiness and honesty.


















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#17
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E coli has evolved a new method to resist antibiotics. It produces an enzyme called extended spectrum beta-lactamase which breaks down the antibiotic. The war on microbes is escalating.
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wonderful
If any email controversy impacted the election, it wasn't Russian hacking of the DNC and  John Podesta's email, it was Hillary Clinton's decision to have her own email server and the subsequent FBI investigation which raised all the same  questions  Hillary Clinton has justifiably faced for decades about her trustworthiness and honesty.


















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#19
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I've always quietly wondered why meteors always land in craters?
Must be the work of God or something.

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(29th December 2016, 03:03)ignoramus Wrote: I've always quietly wondered why meteors always land in craters?
Must be the work of God or something.

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Now you are thinking like an ID creationist.
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