Men in Love
“In his book What Could He Be Thinking?, Michael Gurian explains that levels of the bonding chemical oxytocin are normally far lower in males than in females, but that this changes in orgasm, leading men to associate sex with a strong emotional connection…
When a man ejaculates, he bonds utterly with her. One of the primary reasons that men want sex more than women (on average) is because it feels so good to them to have the high oxytocin – it feels great to feel so bonded with someone. All humans get an explosion of joy, fun brain chemistry – oxytocin being a major player – when we achieve bonding. In male biochemistry, sex is the quickest way for a man to bond with a woman.
So one of the major reasons why men want sex more than women is that it feels great to have a high oxytocin level, to feel so connected to someone else. Women can have that feeling all the time; men need to have sex to achieve that intense emotional bonding. Cut off from sex with a loved partner, men yearn for that ultimate connection…”
Bettina, A. and Arndt, B. (2009). The Sex Diaries. 1st ed. Carlton: Melbourne University Press.
Research on Animals being made out of Breast implants and the Earth’s crust being alive
“Of all the sea sponges, the relatively uncommon glass sponge (class Hexactinellid)… Recently, hexactinellids have become the focus of technological research. Glass sponge spicules, made of silicon dioxide (like sand and glass), have excellent strength, flexibility and optical transmission properties, and can grow over two metres long in some species. Researchers are investigating their application to fibre optics and materials engineering.” Animals made from Silica.
“Silicon dioxide, also known as silica (from the Latin silex), is a chemical compound that is an oxide of silicon with the chemical formulaSiO2. It has been known since ancient times.” Silica is Silicon Dioxide
“To give this matrix some structure, most sponges also have an organic and inorganic skeleton as well. This skeleton may consist of spongin fibres (thick strands of smooth collagen deposited in concentric layers that may form very complex meshes), collagen filaments (which are microscopic protein strands often in tangled bundles), and a mineral skeleton composed of spicules (made of silicon dioxide or calcium carbonate).” Silica making up actual body structure.
“Over 90% of the Earth’s crust is composed of silicate minerals, making silicon the second most abundant element in the Earth’s crust (about 28% by mass) after oxygen…” Earth’s crust hypothetically being classified as life itself.