Searching for new sources of natural fertilizer is an ongoing process, and a University of Michigan research project is exploring use of an unending source. Listen Listening Urine contains nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium—nutrients that are essential for plants to grow.
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A woman wanted for allegedly peeing on potatoes in a Pennsylvania Walmart has turned herself in, authorities said. Police said surveillance video showed Brown entering the West Mifflin store around 10 p. Store detectives called police, who identified Brown after releasing portions of the store video.
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Remember that whole ice cream licking debacle? We thought humans couldn't get any worse, but then they went and proved us wrong. The West Mifflin, Pennsylvania Police asked for help identifying a woman caught peeing on potatoes at a local Walmart.
And the answer seems to be a confusion between signals in the Autonomic Nervous System which oversees the process of urination and controls many other automatic bodily functions, such as temperature and heartbeat. When the body is given the green light to pee receptors in the bladder wall detect the bladder stretching and activate a set of nerves in the spinal cord called the sacral nerves. These trigger the PNS into action, which causes the muscular bladder wall to contract, preparing it to push urine out of the body.
By Hannah Frishberg. July 30, pm Updated July 30, pm. Police have nabbed the woman who peed in a bin of potatoes in a western Pennsylvania Walmart last Wednesday.
You already know that someone of course not you is peeing in the local community pool, but just how much urine can be found in there? Researchers at the University of Alberta in Canada conducted a study to determine the average amount of urine in community pools, and the answer is you don't want to know. The researchers tested two different-sized public pools over the course of three works for an artificial sweetener called acesulfame potassium ACE.