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scientific explanation of the 7 actions we are familiar with from daily life

We all sleep every night, we yawn at least a few times a day. Apart from these, we slide on the ice and watching the birds migrate. What are the scientific reasons behind these events?

7 situations we are familiar with everyday life and their scientific explanations:

summary:

1. Why do we need to sleep?

2. Why are we yawn?

3. Why is ice slick?

4. Are the plants communicating among themselves?

5. How do birds understand where to migrate?

6. Why is music so effective on people?

7. Why is laughing infectious?

 

1. Why do we need to sleep?

Researchers are not sure about what is happening in our brain and body during sleep and sleep, but what we know clearly is that sleep is very important to us. People who do not sleep for a long time are beginning to experience hallucinations, heart problems and the immune system collapses. Sleep is the best way to regenerate our brain and body, creating great problems. Besides, we are not the only creatures in need of sleep, it is known that almost all vertebrates are sleeping. It seems that our brain needs a rest period in order to process the learned information and create new neural connections. Research also confirms this and shows that when we sleep, all the physiological systems in our body are strengthened.

2. Why are we yawn?

The strains we experience when we’re more tired are often associated with insomnia. But in reality, the link between insomnia and stretch is not very strong. When we are bored and we’re hungry when we are noticed. Some researchers think that when we are particularly distracted or weakened, our brains are trying to concentrate and reinforce us. Another theory, however, is that stretching allows our brain to cool down and helps to return to the ideal temperature for its work.

3. Why is ice slick?

The reason why the ice is slippery is that a very small portion of it is melted and spread to the surface in water; however, a puddle of water on the ground does not go near the slickness of a possible puddle of water. In addition, scientists, a small portion of the ice on the water to make the slippery force to lubricate and we do not have the weight to squeeze the water to reveal that we do not have. But according to a new study, there are indeed water molecules on ice. Accordingly, the reason we shift on ice is that we lose our balance by pressing on these millions of small round water molecules. You can simulate walking on the tiny marbles.

4. Are the plants communicating among themselves?

According to the experiments, plants are able to get rid of the situation while they are being eaten by an insect, emitting odors that will attract the attention of hunting animals fed by those insects. Do they have such a system among themselves? According to the researchers, the answer is “yes”. In a study published in 2013, it was discovered that the plants had communicated with each other through their fungal networks. In the experiment, the plants were divided into two groups and a group was allowed to establish connections among themselves, while the other group was prevented from connecting. When the plants that make connections between their roots are attacked by insects, all other connected plants have started to release chemicals to remove insects. In the other group, such a situation is not observed. It is also observed that plants communicate with growth, and their leaves stop growing when they come into contact with the leaves of other plants.

5. How do birds understand where to migrate?

40% of bird species are migrating regularly. Some bird species travel between Arctic and Antarctica and travel close to 80,000 km each year. Even when birds are taken to different locations by experts, they are able to migrate to the same areas with clear accuracy, even though they are not familiar with the route and the region. But how? According to the researchers, birds use magnetism to find their way over long distances and are moving according to the magnetic field of our planet. How the planet’s magnetic field is determined is still a matter of curiosity; a special protein in his eyes is likely to be helpful at this point.

6. Why is music so effective on people?

While listening to a song we love, we experience intense emotions, sometimes we can be crying while we can’t stand dancing. According to the researchers, it is because we are social beings that we evolve to respond to rhythmic sounds within our groups. Rhythmic sounds are thought to coordinate and coordinate the people in the group in terms of behavior. In other words, each individual in the group may be synchronized. Therefore, the reactions we give to rhythmic sounds have become stronger and this seems to cause us to feel intense feelings towards music.

7. Why is laughing infectious?

According to researchers, as we have just said, strong emotions are effective in synchronizing different people. The laughing act is thought to be the result of our being social beings. When we’re with people, we tend to laugh 30 times more than when we’re alone. There are also theories that one of the reasons why laughter is contagious is that we are creatures that build empathy. In addition, during the laughing endorfin in our body is secreted and we feel both safe and happy. In summary, although it is not yet clear why laughter is infectious, each of us knows that it feels good Özet

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