According to scientists, the human immune system is largely determined by the environment, not heredity. This means that the immune system changes over the years depending on what people experience. During the implementation of laboratory tests, the group of experts involved identical and different-egg twins. Blood twins were allocated more than 200 different components of the immune system. Experts say that the environment plays a huge role in how the immune system is formed over time. The experts also noted that half of the laboratory measurements the researchers found no influence of genetic factors. Thus, the immune system of each of us with age, becoming more personal touch, and our behavior, daily habits, place of residence and so on depends on much more than sometimes assumed.
Researchers from the University of Surrey found that turning a blind eye witnesses to the crime can remember many more details. In research took part 178 volunteers. They were invited to view a video about how a lineman who committed the theft in the apartment, where they made repairs. Then experiment participants had to answer questions about what they saw with closed and open eyes. It turned out that the subjects responded to 23% better if they had their eyes closed. During the second stage of the experiment, the scientists decided to find out what the volunteers had seen and heard. It turned out that visual and sonic detail the subjects also were able to remember better if you were with your eyes closed. Experts believe that this approach allows you to better remember details of events that had a person to see or hear.