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James Maxwell, Gigachad.

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*Snicker* *Snicker*

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Ever wanted to know about modern undersea cables and the ships that lay them? I gotta say I'm pretty impressed.

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Female emission at orgasm confirmed to release fluid from the bladder (New Scientist)
Some women release a large amount of clear liquid from the urethra at orgasm, a process that is distinct from female ejaculation, which involves the release of a small amount of milky liquid. Now the source of both liquids has been identified

The “squirting” that some women are known to experience at orgasm has been confirmed to be liquid that is expelled from the bladder, helping to clear up a long-running mystery.

Women can produce several types of fluid during sex. At the arousal stage, lubricating fluid is released by the vagina. Then, as orgasm is reached, two other types of fluid can sometimes be expelled from the urethra: a milky fluid secreted in small amounts, and a clear fluid released in large volumes, often hundreds of millilitres.

Until recently, both orgasm fluids were described as female ejaculation. However, this term is now reserved for the milky fluid, while “squirting” is used to describe the release of the clear fluid.

About 5 per cent of women in Western countries are thought to experience squirting, but what the fluid is and where it comes from has been uncertain.

A 2014 study led by French gynaecologist Samuel Salama, now at the Poissy Saint Germain en Laye Hospital in Paris, suggested that squirting involves the expulsion of urine from the bladder, since ultrasounds on seven women who could squirt showed their bladders were full just before squirting and empty directly afterwards.

To find out for sure, Miyabi Inoue, a urologist at Miyabi Urogyne Clinic in Japan, and her colleagues injected blue dye mixed with water into the bladders of five female volunteers who could squirt. A male volunteer then sexually stimulated the women until they squirted and a researcher caught the ejected liquid in a sterile cup.
Japanese science FTW! 8)

So that's what "squirting" is, definitively proven. But what about the other one? The "milky" liquid that some women ejaculate?
At the time of squirting, four women in the study also appeared to experience female ejaculation. This distinct physiological process involves the secretion of a few millilitres or less of thick, milky fluid from small glands next to the urethra called Skene’s glands, or the “female prostate”. The fluid contains prostate-specific antigen (PSA), which is also present in the ejaculate produced by the male prostate.


So women do have glands that produce "a few millilitres or less of thick, milky fluid" similar to male ejaculate.
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This is beyond awesome:
Does ワイフ様 Know his Search History wrote: Tue Sep 20, 2022 4:23 am Female emission at orgasm confirmed to release fluid from the bladder (New Scientist)
A 2014 study led by French gynaecologist Samuel Salama, now at the Poissy Saint Germain en Laye Hospital in Paris, suggested that squirting involves the expulsion of urine from the bladder, since ultrasounds on seven women who could squirt showed their bladders were full just before squirting and empty directly afterwards.

To find out for sure, Miyabi Inoue, a urologist at Miyabi Urogyne Clinic in Japan, and her colleagues injected blue dye mixed with water into the bladders of five female volunteers who could squirt. A male volunteer then sexually stimulated the women until they squirted and a researcher caught the ejected liquid in a sterile cup.
So that's what "squirting" is, definitively proven. But what about the other one? The "milky" liquid that some women ejaculate? They could just ask . . . HIS MOM!
At the time of squirting, four women in the study also appeared to experience female ejaculation. This distinct physiological process involves the secretion of a few millilitres or less of thick, milky fluid from small glands next to the urethra called Skene’s glands, or the “female prostate”. The fluid contains prostate-specific antigen (PSA), which is also present in the ejaculate produced by the male prostate.


So women do have glands that produce "a few millilitres or less of thick, milky fluid" similar to male ejaculate.
Do not tell WeakPussy, but male and females develop from the same basic pattern with female being the "default."

So . . .




. . .





. . . did you swallow?








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Anything for Science my friend. :D
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Science is science, and there is a lot of things that just do not get studied.

Still, I would love to read the research proposals.

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Anaxagoras wrote: Tue Sep 20, 2022 6:19 am Anything for Science my friend. :D
So she blinded you with . . .

. . .

. . . science?

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You could say that. :wink:
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Heh. Reminds me of an OLD joke:

"How do you know you're about to get fucked by a":
"This may hurt."
"We are going to do this again, and again, and again, until you get it right!"
"Place over your nose and mouth and breath normally."
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Doctor X wrote: Tue Sep 20, 2022 7:00 am Heh. Reminds me of an OLD joke:

"How do you know you're about to get fucked by a":
"This may hurt."
"We are going to do this again, and again, and again, until you get it right!"
"Place over your nose and mouth and breath normally."
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Lawyer:

Well, it's going to be a bit more than you thought.
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Look, you should always know you are going to get fucked by a lawyer.

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Nimble cyborg cockroaches may join rescue team at disaster sites
Researchers converted a cockroach into a robot that could be someday deployed in disaster areas too dangerous for human search and rescue personnel to enter.
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Someone in the comments here posted the link to that:

https://www.reddit.com/r/funny/comments ... arfetched/
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https://www.npr.org/sections/health-sho ... -game-pong

Mouse brain cells not as good as human brain cells at playing pong.

Well, I could have told you that without millions of research $$$. Dipshits.
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Lot of FREEDOM right there.

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So the most powerful gamma ray burst ever recorded was seen recently. Fortunately it came from about 2 billion light years away.



The good news is that our atmosphere actually provides a lot of protection from this kind of radiation. Cannot say the same for people on the moon or Mars perhaps. I wonder how the people on the ISS fared?
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Anaxagoras wrote: Tue Oct 25, 2022 10:24 am I wonder how the people on the ISS fared?
https://i.ibb.co/pnjvbw9/5025da1debf7e7c06af55a135a6306f6.jpg
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Anaxagoras wrote: Tue Oct 25, 2022 10:24 amSo the most powerful gamma ray burst ever recorded was seen recently. Fortunately it came from about 2 billion light years away.
Did it reach and penetrate . . . *snicker snicker*

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