As for the second question, I came to see it in this:
I've been to elementary school more recently than you so don't argue.
Also you must be really old if you think PEMDAS stands for Please Excuse My Dear Aunt Sally. All the hip kids know it stands for Penguin Escalators Make Dogs Angry & Stuff
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Ah I have a question. How do animals learn instinct? I mean of course it's done through selective breeding, but how do the genetic traits slowly develop to cross a gap so huge?
That's just selective breeding. I'm questioning how an animal goes from having to learn a particular behaviour, to being born with it. Neurological impulses aren't passed down genetically.
Thank you for that answer. I really did not know.No, it doesn't. Sound is a perception of vibrations made by our eardrums. Without ears around to hear it there's no sound, but just vibration.
Edit: The answer is a quieter clap. It is possible to clap with one hand. Not everyone can do it, but it is possible. It has a strange sound that I can't escribe as a quieter clap though...