I have been getting cankers sore all through my life and i get lots of it... and i have never been fond of it... surprise.. So lately I've been doing some research on canker sores. From what I've learned it could be from a lack of vitamin b12. So I went and bought myself some Vitamin B12 pills and taking them. And it has helped a little bit. Also its one of the symptoms of hay fever, which i have but thats only for 2 months a year. I get canker sores year round. Does anyone know and remedies or ways to prevent canker sores?
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It also makes me angry that someone wants to give up on something like that. GRRRRR Pandas have been symbolic in China for a loooong time. So Chinese scientists will never give up on their national treasure!!!! I think that Packham guy is just angry that Pandas get more attention than his bats lolz
I think its sad that someone is willing to let a species die out. Especially such an unique species of animal. I definitely want to see giant pandas saved. If we stop helping one kind of animal soon we are going to start pulling the plug on other species. And at the rate that the humans expand we're not going to have anymore wild life left on this planet. I may be exaggerating and looking far far into the future but I think if they are willing to let one species of animal die off they are willing to let other species of animals die off in the future.
AHHH I SCREWED UP! I mixed up the guy i was thinking of and William Gilbert haha. So I'll just Give out the answer. I was Thinking of Jean-Antoine Nollet or Abbe Nollet. so Points to Chemistry4me and Mr. Scientist
Abbe Nollet was a French clergyman and scientist who made his own version of the electroscope. His version i believe used a piece of paper instead of a pithball which Gilbert used. But his most interesting "experiment/show" was to test that current can travel through a mile almost instantaneously. He got 200 monks to hold hands and tied them together with wire then shocked them. All the monks jumped up and twitched in unison
I am a man of both science and religion. I am highly interesting in the study of electricity. I also invented something called an electroscope. More Importantly... I was most famous for zapping electricity through 200 monks from a monastery tied together in a row using copper wire.