Man, WTF - This is some Alien type shit

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  1. HellBoy

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  2. crazyace718

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  4. Mello Mello

    Mello Mello Ballz of Adamantium BGOL Investor

    Think parasites can do the same to us?
     
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  5. crazyace718

    crazyace718 Well-Known Member BGOL Investor

    Cat poop parasite may alter human brains to reduce fear, study finds

    The bravery needed to start that business might be buried in a cat's litter box. A parasite found in cat feces may alter human minds to make us less fearful, a new study has found.

    While more research is needed, they did find correlations: People at entrepreneurial events who carried the parasite were nearly twice as likely as other attendees to have started their own businesses, while college students who picked up the bug were 1.4 times more likely to major in business.

    The study, lead by associate professor Stefanie Johnson, was published Wednesday in the Proceedings of the Royal Society B.

    https://www.usatoday.com/story/news...te-cat-poop-may-reduce-fear-humans/836380002/
     
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    The Circle of Life
     
  7. dasmybikepunk

    dasmybikepunk Wait for it.....

    :eek2: This question got me like:...
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    ...but after thinking about it how would we know:confused: o_O:(:smh:
     
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  8. mk23666

    mk23666 Well-Known Member BGOL Investor

    Toxoplasma gondii is one of the most common parasites in humans, affecting as much as one-third of the world's population. ... The researchers found that a past Toxoplasma gondii infection was linked to generalized anxiety disorder, but not post-traumatic stress disorder or depression.
     
  9. mk23666

    mk23666 Well-Known Member BGOL Investor

    Chemically. The gut also connects with the brain through chemicals like hormones and neurotransmitters that send messages. The chemical messages that pass between the gut and the brain can be affected by the bacteria, viruses, and fungi that live in the gut called the “gut microbiome.”
     
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  10. futureshock

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  11. Mello Mello

    Mello Mello Ballz of Adamantium BGOL Investor

    Man that shit is mad creepy.
     

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