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Hello everyone, let's play a game!   Really easy, all you have to do is to answer the Question precedent using the form 'because ...' and again ask a Question using the form 'why...' 

Maybe Because @Addict is lazy to learn lol why do we dream?

Because God make me so      Why you  are so sweet  ?

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Because '' Scientists conducted an experiment to see how woodpeckers' brains are protected from damage. First, the scientists chose two types of birds to use in their experiment: the Great Spotted Woodpecker and the Eurasian Hoopoe. The Eurasian Hoopoe is not a woodpecker, but it does peck at soil. Soil is softer than wood, so scientists wanted to compare soil pecking behavior to wood pecking behavior. 

The birds were placed in metal cages with high-speed cameras. The cameras let scientists watch birds peck in slow motion. There was also a force sensor in each cage for the birds to peck. The force sensor measured how hard the birds were pecking. You can see what the experiment looked like in the image on the right.

The scientists learned a lot about the path, timing, and speed of woodpecker and hoopoe pecks. They then used that information to see just how it is that woodpeckers can peck all day without giving themselves a massive headache. '' 
Why are you so beautiful? @Addict

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1 hour ago, Shizuo said:

Because '' Scientists conducted an experiment to see how woodpeckers' brains are protected from damage. First, the scientists chose two types of birds to use in their experiment: the Great Spotted Woodpecker and the Eurasian Hoopoe. The Eurasian Hoopoe is not a woodpecker, but it does peck at soil. Soil is softer than wood, so scientists wanted to compare soil pecking behavior to wood pecking behavior. 

The birds were placed in metal cages with high-speed cameras. The cameras let scientists watch birds peck in slow motion. There was also a force sensor in each cage for the birds to peck. The force sensor measured how hard the birds were pecking. You can see what the experiment looked like in the image on the right.

The scientists learned a lot about the path, timing, and speed of woodpecker and hoopoe pecks. They then used that information to see just how it is that woodpeckers can peck all day without giving themselves a massive headache. '' 
Why are you so beautiful? @Addict

Because that’s a rumor as well. :$ 

 

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