"Lorenzo L. Love" <lll...@thegrid.net> is repeating his usual nonsense in
> >>Not hardly! Remember, sweating ONLY makes sense in a dry hotenvironment! And sweating is one hominid characteristic that we can agree
> > Dry & hot?? I'm only reading 1 thing & bk is producing his usualnonsense... Don't you know, bk, that the most sweating mammals known are
furseals on land at air Tps of c 10°C? Very logical: where else is water +
sodium (= sweat) as abundant than at the coast? By neglecting the facts
one can prove anything, even savannah sceanarios... Sad...
> Is this statement from Victor Scheffer the seal sweating you refer to""When a heat lamp is focused on the naked flipper of a freshly killed seal,
the black epidermis soon begins to blister. Before it does so,
> droplets appear on the surface of the skin in a fairly regular pattern.These are assumed to be secretions of the sweat glands."
Sigh. Inform a bit, my boy, instead of writing outdated nonsense. You still
Still unable to find 1 argument against Hardy's hypothesis that a sea-side
- The pope in Gallileo's time "saw" that the sun turned around the earth.
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