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We take for granted the simplicity of procreation. Sperm + egg = baby. Sure there are superfluous operations often wedged within the greater formula, generally including + alcohol, – inhibition, or / legs (and in my case so many nights spent as the remainder), but there are three sex laws we have always been certain of, right? 1) Spermatozoon hunts for ovum, 2) ovum receivWe take for granted the simplicity of procreation. Sperm + egg = baby. Sure there are superfluous operations often wedged within the greater formula, generally including + alcohol, – inhibition, or / legs (and in my case so many nights spent as the remainder), but there are three sex laws we have always been certain of, right? 1) Spermatozoon hunts for ovum, 2) ovum receives spermatozoon, and 3) sex leans toward brevity, both in the bedroom and in the dictionary (before shortening further to “sperm,” “spermatozoon” had seven additional syllables and drove a NYC taxi). But procreation, like math, isn't so simple. How was sperm discovered? What did scientists think the role of sperm was in procreation? Did people really believe that women were little more than semen food? These questions and more are explored in this short essay from Caleb J. Ross, author of numerous books and short stories. Join Caleb as he uncovers interesting facts about the most basic of animal instincts: boning. Printed length: about 5 pages...

Title : tiny people in your semen the discovery of sperm funny learning series book 1
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ISBN : 23481563
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Number of Pages : 174 Pages
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tiny people in your semen the discovery of sperm funny learning series book 1 Reviews

  • Jason
    2018-11-27 00:09

    A short history on the discovery of sperm. Brilliantly funny, not enough time is spent wondering why scientists start looking into things like sperm.

  • Whistlers Mom
    2018-11-19 23:12

    A lighthearted look at sperm....I'm on a roll with this "Funny Learning" series, but there are only two of them and they're both short, so WTH. This author seems to specialize in comic novels, but takes time occasionally for semi-serious educational non-fiction. His writing style could best be described as droll-whimsy-meets-raunchy-locker-room-humor, and you're the best judge of whether or not that appeals to you.All of us come into contact with semen at some time: producing it, receiving it, using it for hair gel, whatEVER. So it's a subject of universal interest. It's always fun to look back at our ancestors and snicker at their bumbling attempts to understand the natural world. After all, people will someday be looking back at what we proudly hail as OUR great scientific achievements and laughing at how naive and ignorant we were, so we should snicker while we can.The only thing I can add to this learned treatise is that I suspect the reason that early scientists dissected more animal parts in cold weather is that more parts were available then. Before the advent of refrigeration (the greatest of all scientific advances) people slaughtered animals in cold weather because the meat didn't start stinking quite as rapidly. Sometimes the simplest explanation is the likeliest.

  • Caleb Ross
    2018-11-19 19:32