Discussion in 'Forensic Science' started by Guest, Aug 9, 2006.
58. Superglue seals wounds. Athletes use it on wounds because it stops the bleeding instantly.
I believe that. When ever I try to glue pieces of wood or ceramics together, the only thing superglue sticks to are my fingers.
not realy, i have know cases where people has not susstaned cuts on there hands
59. Your hair can record the drugs that your body takes in. Example: If you do cocaine or smoke pot then your hair will show that.
CSI: LV. It was the episode where Catherine Investigates the death of a girl on one of the love boat rides at a fair.
60. If a person was poisoned with heavy metal (I think), his or her fingernails will show Mees lines.
61. That you can lift a print from an apple. You just need to use electromagnetic print powder. (Thanks Eric, because that was our goal in life, to lift a print off an apple :lol
62. The 3 main types of asphyxiation are strangulation, suffocation, and choking.
Yeah, over the years I've watched CSI, I have started to understand what they're talking about when they start to go off in scientific technical mode...
63. Peat moss can preserve a body for many years without the body deteriorating.
I have learned several things on CSI.
64. Rule of 3, 3 minutes without air, 3 days without water, and 3 weeks without food.
65. The human body has over 200 bones.
66. An adult human has about 5 quarts (4.7 liters) of blood.
67. A dog's sense of smell is about 25 times more powerful than ours. (although it’s said on Internet that it’s 50 -100 times more powerful than ours).
68. Identical twins have the same DNA.
I already knew some of these things but I got confirmation to that, that they are true.
There are 206 bones to be exact.
69. There are certain types of bugbites that you can put nail polish on it and it would stop the itching.
70. cocaine stays in your body for 3 weeks.
71. you can take teeth impressions with plasta of paris
72. A staple gun leaves stria (spelling?) on a staple like a gun does on a bullett
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