Biology Doesnt Care About Your Feelings Stephanie Kolodij

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Biology Doesnt Care About Your Feelings  by  Stephanie Kolodij

Biology Doesnt Care About Your Feelings by Stephanie Kolodij
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Someone once said to me, “You throw your heart at people and wait for them to stomp on it. And you’re always surprised when they don’t.”This book is me throwing my heart at you. This book contains all the stories I need to tell. This book alsoMoreSomeone once said to me, “You throw your heart at people and wait for them to stomp on it. And you’re always surprised when they don’t.”This book is me throwing my heart at you. This book contains all the stories I need to tell. This book also contains scientific articles from a series I wrote called “Host-Parasite Interactions.”I meant for this book to represent me as a person.

I am a scientist as much as I am a woman, a writer, a daughter and a sister.Science is as much a part of my heart as anything, but it keeps me grounded. I feel that no matter how rough my life gets, what goes on or what happens to me, the science part of me remains intact and untouched.Science waits while life happens.

Facts stay the same no matter the person learning them. Data doesn’t change based on your opinion.Biology doesn’t care about your feelings.Exerpts from Biology Doesnt Care About Your Feelings:I ran down our driveway. I waved my arms over my head. The gravel on the driveway bit into my bare feet.HES UPSTAIRS.

PLEASE GO GET HIM! I yelled. Two large men in EMT jumpsuits carried an orange plank out of the ambulance. I ran after them. Please, I whispered. Dont let my Daddy die.-From MetastisisedMales are costly, in terms of mating. An organism uses less energy on reproducing when it can perform the whole affair alone. Selfing produces as many, if not more, offspring than mating does. Finding a mate, the act of copulation and the resources taken up by a male do not seem particularly worth it, given this. Why then, are males so prevalent in many plant and animal species?-From Host-Parasite Interactions: The Red Queen



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