The Naked Scientist (real name Chirs Smith) explains the chemical reactions happening in your body when you have 'butterflies' in your stomach.
702/CapeTalk #FridayStandIn Nomboniso Gasa, standing in for Redi Tlhabi, spoke to The Naked Scientist (real name Chris Smith), across a various spectrum of issues.
Listen to the interview below:
Where the water is shallow and in contact with hot sand, the water picks up a lot of energy and it becomes warm and increases in temperature.— The Naked Scientist
Your body has what we call an autonomic nervous system... Your sympathetic nervous system shuts off your intestines and then your muscles relax, that's the sensation of butterflies in your stomach.— The Naked Scientist
Most manufacturers are going to be looking for things that are going to stay locally on the skin to have an effect that is appearance related.— The Naked Scientist
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