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 why do the stars come out at night

why do the stars come out at night

Why is the sky so high? Why do fish swim? Why do small children ask so many questions? A young boy out for a walk with his grandfather receives some satisfying answers to all those child's eye mysteries. Why do stars come out at night? Because the Why is the sky so high? ...

 why do sperm and egg go through meiosis

why do sperm and egg go through meiosis

Meiosis is a type of cell division that reduces the number of chromosomes in the parent cell by half and produces four gamete cells. This process is required to produce egg and sperm cells for sexual reproduction. During reproduction, when the sperm and egg unite to form a single cell, the number of chromosomes is restored in the offspring. Meiosis begins with a parent cell that is diploid, meaning it has two copies of each chromosome. The parent cell undergoes one round of DNA replication followed by two separate cycles of nuclear division. The process results in four daughter cells that are haploid, which means they contain half the number of chromosomes of the diploid parent cell. Meiosis has both similarities to and differences from mitosis, which is a cell division process in which a

 why do we have gingerbread houses at christmas

why do we have gingerbread houses at christmas

The gingerbread bakers were gathered into professional baker guilds. In many European countries gingerbread bakers were a distinct component of the bakers' guild. Gingerbread baking developed into an acknowledged profession. In the 17th century only professional gingerbread bakers were permitted to bake gingerbread except at Christmas and Easter, when anyone was allowed to bake it. In Europe gingerbreads were sold in special shops and at seasonal markets that sold sweets and gingerbread shaped as hearts, stars, soldiers, babies, riders, trumpets, swords, pistols and animals. Gingerbread was especially sold outside churches on Sundays. Religious gingerbread reliefs were purchased for the particular religious events, such as Christmas and Easter. The decorated gingerbreads were given as

 why do my nipples hurt so bad before my period

why do my nipples hurt so bad before my period

Premenstrual breast pain can be treated effectively with over-the-counter, such as: These medications can also relieve associated with PMS. Women with moderate to severe breast swelling and discomfort should consult their doctor about the best course of treatment. can reduce swelling, tenderness, and. However, diuretic medications increase your urine output and can also increase your risk of. Use such prescriptions carefully under your doctorБs direction. Hormonal, including, could also calm your premenstrual breast symptoms. Ask your healthcare provider about these options if you experience severe breast pain and are not interested in becoming pregnant in the near future. If your pain is severe, your doctor may recommend the drug, which is used to treat and symptoms of fibrotic breast

 why do the leaves fall in autumn

why do the leaves fall in autumn

In temperate forests across the Northern Hemisphere, trees shed their leaves during autumn as cold weather approaches. In tropical and subtropical forests, trees shed their leaves at the onset of the dry season. Many types of trees shed their leaves as a strategy to survive harsh weather conditions. Trees that lose all of their leaves for part of the year are known as deciduous trees. Those that donБt are called evergreen trees. Common deciduous trees in the Northern Hemisphere include several species of ash, aspen, beech, birch, cherry, elm, hickory, hornbeam, maple, oak, poplar and willow. In tropical and subtropical regions, deciduous trees include several species of acacia, baobab, roble, ceiba, chaca and guanacaste. Most deciduous trees have broad leaves that are susceptible to

 you gotta believe in something why not believe in me

you gotta believe in something why not believe in me

Why not believe in Her? from on. In this episode of Seder-Masochism, Moses is confronted by the goddesses the Patriarchy is about to crush. Directed animated etc. by Nina Paley (me) Music: You Gotta Believe written by Norman Whitfield, sung by the Pointer Sisters, circa 1976 Free goddess gifs atб The lyrics are extremely clear in some places and hard to decipher in others. At two points the Pointer Sisters sing, why don t you let the Wilson Sisters set you free? б Who are the Wilson Sisters? ...

 you are what love means to me

you are what love means to me

Craig Bickhardt was born in in 1954. His father Harry worked at WIP radio in Philadelphia and moonlighted as a big band musician. Craig performed as a local musician during his teenage years, including in a local band called Wire and Wood, which opened for and others. He moved to in 1974, where he and Michael Sembello began writing songs, including some which were recorded by. A re-established Wire and Wood later recorded for October Records, but never completed an album due to financial problems. Bickhardt signed to a publishing contract with EMI in 1982. Among his first musical recordings were two songs for the soundtrack to the 1983 film, one of which ("You Are What Love Means to Me") charted at No. P86 on the country singles chart. He also sang on 's 1984 album,. From there, he found

 why do we leave cookies and milk for santa

why do we leave cookies and milk for santa

Part of the magic of Christmas is the wonder and delight on childrenвs faces at all of the sights and sounds that surround them during the holidays. The twinkling lights, the letters to Santa, the stories and carols are all part of the tradition that marks Christmas as a very special time. In every part of the world, kids prepare a plate of cookies for Santaвs snack when he visits their homes on Christmas Eve. Itвs hard for children to sleep that night anticipating his visit, but good little boys and girls know he wonвt come until theyвre tucked snugly in bed with eyes shut! The tradition of leaving cookies for Santa is believed to have started at the time of the Great Depression by parents wanting to inspire their children to share with others, especially during a time of great need.

 you just don t realize how much i love you

you just don t realize how much i love you

How many times have I told you love you? And do me all this wrong, girl what's going on? Right out of my face, right out of my place But. [Chorus] Would it be another day, be another way Would it be another day, be another way How many times have we sat at the table? ...

 why do some ladybugs not have spots

why do some ladybugs not have spots

The spots on the back of Ladybugs over the surface is defense mechanism to avoid predators. The spots come in different shapes and different numbers. Some say that those dots tell us their age. Since some ladybugs have 24 spots which means its age would be 24 years and that is not at all possible. So this is a popular misconception running around us. The number of spots on a ladybug does have significance. The spots and other markings do help you identify the species of ladybug. Some species have no spots at all. The record-holder for most spots is the 24-spot ladybug ( Subcoccinella 24-punctata), which has 24 spots, of course. Ladybugs aren't always red with black spots, either. The twice-stabbed ladybug ( Chilocorus stigma) is black with two red spots. So now we know that the number of