Tuesday, February 07, 2006

She Has a Point


I visited "Explora" yesterday. That's our local children's museum. While there, I watched a presentation about internal organs and body parts. One astute girl offered this observation:
    "Without your blood, you don't really function very well."

1 comment:

Jimmy Carlozzi said...

LOL!! Quite a simplistically intelligent child, indeed!
However, if your own body was absent from blood, you may have less problems, due to lack of free floating iron. In contrary, you need your blood in order to sustain vital tissue oxygenation, and life-supporing acivity.
Perhaps, "Catch 22?"

Food for thought.
I now leave you to decide if medical research is necessary. If so, would you like to venture, or shall I?

Thing that make you go, hmmmmmmm!

J.