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94. Stupidity & Memory FailureOnly to a very minor extent, the stupidity of a person could be an inherited character. That too should be through cellular transfers (somatic) rather than genetic. In my view, most part of stupidity in a person should have relevance to the impeded oxygen availability (medically describable as shortage in ventilation,

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93. Spontaneous FractureBones in the elderly people tend to break suddenly, resembling osteoporosis. This again is not due to any shortage of calcium in the body. The excess calcium that accumulates within the body because of under-urination induces the brain to shed them off rapidly, before any damage could occur. This results in the formation

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