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posted on Feb 05, 2011, 11 am

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psudonym, Feb 05, 2011, 11 am

Well that took a while. Apologies for that. Anycase, it was getting to the point where I could rush for a midnight deadline or just take it slower tomorrow morning.

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Your Comments:

Blue Rose, Feb 05, 2011, 11 am

Aw, hot chocolate for the little ducky x]

Korbeh, Feb 05, 2011, 11 am

Depending on your religion(or lack thereof) this question has multiple answers.

Snager, Feb 05, 2011, 06 pm

We are 98.6 degrees because that is the temperature that most fungi that can infect animals cannot survive at. if we were any hotter, we'd need more food.

you know how that is. *looks up the body temperature of a duck*

Klonoa64, Feb 06, 2011, 01 am

cause we fat

:P

Neon-J, Feb 06, 2011, 05 am

Farenheit?

webcomiclover, Feb 07, 2011, 09 pm

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Thrudd, Feb 09, 2011, 12 pm

A world traveler and he/she uses the Fahrenheit scale? or as some of us in the geek science community like to call it "Degrees Fred."

sbdrag, Feb 10, 2011, 04 am

beacause water has a high specific heat and a lot of blood is water and if it were hotter it could boil (not fun, not fun)

Kanna (Guest), Dec 05, 2011, 07 pm

How does that duck not die from drinking hot chocolate?
Chocolate is BAD for birds!

Ishtar (Guest), Jul 01, 2014, 06 pm

It is a temperature that protects us from a variety of cold climate infectious organism, without requiring too onerous an energy burden to mantain that temperature in a vast majority of the Earth.

It also is the temperature at which our proteins and enzymes work best at, though they may have developed that way due to our temperature, or our temperature may have developed because of the proteins.

Either way a change in temperature of just a few degrees in either direction can severely affect the effectiveness of our proteins.

Nahtanojrepus (Guest), Apr 19, 2015, 10 pm

The duck is fine with the hot chocoloate most likely because it is coffee. Or tea. Or some other dark-coloured hot beverage. Come on, don't be so certain of something that there is no proof of.

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