Strangest Unsolved Mysteries of The Human Body – How Are We Walking Around in These Things?

  • The human body has remained unchanged for thousands of years. Then Botox was discovered.
  • Evolution theorizes humans are descended from monkeys. Making us all a chimp off the old block.
  • Despite all our advanced technology, poop and farts will always be hilarious.

Throughout history, the human race has made some great advances in biology, with significant scientific discoveries proved by intuitive logic, successful hypothesizing and irrefutable empirical evidence. And, oh yeah. Just plain old dumb luck. Still, some mysteries of the human body have yet to be solved.

Here are some of the last remaining few…

Why do men have bigger noses than women? According to eminent noseoligist Dr. Grande Schnozzola, “The nose functions as an extension of the lungs and helps circulate oxygen to nourish muscle. Bigger noses enable men to bring more oxygen into their bodies, which in turn helps to grow and maintain their energy-hungry muscles.” Makes sense. But, there are exceptions. For instance, have you ever checked out the lungs on Barbra Streisand?

Anti-biotic Microbes: 10 pounds of our body weight is made up of disgusting microbial organisms which mostly digest our food. Except for Cheez Doodles…

What is the appendix for? So doctors can finance a second summer home, what else? Seriously, doctors still don’t know. Although they suspect it has something to do with the 10 pounds of microbes we’re all schlepping around…

Why are most people right-handed? Because that’s the only version basketballs come in. Duh. Actually, it’s a genetic thing. Like having blue eyes. And long legs. And…

Why do we have pubic hair? Mainly so we have a place for Cheez Doodles crumb dust to get trapped in. Actually, scientists believe it’s nothing more than a sign to the opposite sex that we are ready to procreate successfully. And to trim them in some wacked-out shapes…

Why aren’t we as strong as apes? Well, it has mostly to do with massive, dynamic muscle tension. Plus, if we were as strong as monkeys, Tim Burton would be out of a job…

Heightened senses: When one or more of our 5 senses is lost or diminished, the others sharpen. It’s a defense mechanism throwback to when we were living in the jungle. You know. Around the early to late ’70s…

Permanently enlarged breasts: Other female mammals develop slightly enlarged teats to feed their young after giving birth. But, they don’t look anywhere near as sexy (or nourishing) as they do in an 8-page Mrs. America centerfold spread…

What’s up with Spontaneous Human Combustion? This a real mystery, since the actual cause may have burned up in the fire, leaving only the charred remains behind. However, scientist do say that SHC may also be the result of heightened internal body heat igniting after being triggered by an external source. And, that those who are prone to the condition are more likely to be invited on camping trips by Survivalists and Doomsday Preppers.

Yawning: Yawning is a response to a lack of oxygen in the blood. And binge watching the last season of American Idol. Again…

Jiggy legs: Some of us twitch as we fall asleep. Because that’s usually the time we can’t stop fretting over paying off that massive student loan…

Why do we sleep? Because it’s the only time we can truthfully say, “Not now. I’m busy.”

Why do we dream? Dreaming is a way for us to process the lessons we learned that day while awake. Like, too much alcohol will make you sleepy. And twitchy…

Why are we here? There’s only one answer to that question which makes any logical sense. It’s to manifest our immortal souls within a fragile, physical shell until the moment we become One with the Universe.

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Reid Moore

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