I've read stories about the advancements of vet's compared to human research.
And hey let's look at this example: "In the case of ruminants, the gas (wind) expelled is actually methane produced as a byproduct of the animal's digestive process.This methane is produced exclusively by a narrow cohert of methanogenic archaea produce this effect" they claim the cuase can be: "One reason that domesticated cows belch so much is because they are often fed foods that their digestive systems do not process, such as corn and soy." and it states from methane producing microorganisms
Yet for the pathophysiology for humans is "drinking carbonated drinks or food allergy, gallbladder problems, acid reflux disease, H. pylori, and gastritis."
Hmm... What about indigestion from foods humans can't process like in cows or from methane producing bacteria?
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on April 02, 2013
at 01:40 AM
I mean... by logic the only possible answer to such a vague question is 'yes'.
on February 18, 2013
at 11:54 PM
To directly answer the question humans aren't as selective in their breeding...
We're sloppy. Love struck fools. Not as regimented as our cattle herds.
Shame on us.