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What you need to know about the largest organ in the body?

We know that there were 79 organs in the human body but recently scientists found the largest organ in the body.

They have identified a new human organ hiding in plain sight called  Interstitium, it is the shock-absorbing organ. These are a series of fluid-filled compartments. It helps us to understand the spread of cancer in the body. It carries 20% of the total fluid volume making it the largest organ in the human body.

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This whole discovery makes us wonder how did it go unnoticed even though it is one of the largest organs in the human body. People think that science is just flawless and science already knows everything but look there’s a whole organ in our body that they didn’t about.

Isaac Newton used to say ‘The more I study science the more I believe in god.

Nowadays scientists are trying to develop supercomputers but have you ever thought about who developed the supercomputers?

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The brain.

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Think about the one who created the most sophisticated computer in the universe. Our human brain can store more information than all the libraries in the world. If there’s a competition in recalling the data, human recalls it way faster than any computer could. The hard disk may take time to gather information but humans within a blink of an eye are like Oh, yes I remember this smell, this taste, this picture, etc. Fascinating isn’t it?  All neuroscientists believe that they know next to nothing about the human brain. We have no control over anything. We can’t order our body to digest the food, we don’t even breathe consciously. Everything thing is happening very naturally in our body. So there’s a ton that we still have to learn and discover about the human body.

We don’t know it all.

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Shubhi Mishra
Shubhi Mishra, Author Worldly Voice

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