Genetics as it applies to evolution, molecular biology, and medical aspects.
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is a 'cute' definition for us is inherited in our gene?? I aske this because all human can define 'cute' and when we compare that, there're not much different...
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A: They have all the solutions.
Cute is what a baby looks like. As social animals we're embedded with a definition of cute to protect and love our offspring.
Look at any disney cartoon, the cutesy characters have huge heads, huge eyes and short stumpy limbs.
Living one day at a time;
Enjoying one moment at a time;
Accepting hardships as the pathway to peace;
Very accurate. The babyface is deeply embeded in our genetic information. If you compare a picture of Bill Clinton with the one on the posters when he ran for congress you will see that his features are modified s he will have more of a babyface
"As a biologist, I firmly believe that when you're dead, you're dead. Except for what you live behind in history. That's the only afterlife" - J. Craig Venter
The old people's features changed to babyface like is to be more attractive for us and embeded in our mind as MrMistery said. Do u want to vote who the old people's feature and also bad health which nearly going to heaven.....to run for the country?(Not said to any specific president or future president here, hehe). Sometimes the attitude of the old people can be said to be cute. I think this is recycle back to their childhood and later on slowly to baby's attitude.
Hmm, yea, and cute is a little subjective at times - some people might not find old people cute, while others who have a different idea of what 'cute' means might think otherwise
Cute is a good example of how a shortened form of a word can take on a life of its own, developing a sense that dissociates it from the longer word from which it was derived. Cute was originally a shortened form of acute in the sense "keenly perceptive or discerning, shrewd." In this sense cute is first recorded in a dictionary published in 1731. Probably cute came to be used as a term of approbation for things demonstrating acuteness, and so it went on to develop its own sense of "pretty, fetching," first recorded with reference to "gals" in 1838.
Hope that answered that questioned pretty well. let me know. alright take care bye...
I would like to become a pediactirc doctor. I also want to get into med-school. I attend UCLA.
You must be really fun at parties...
Seriously now, did you know all those things by heart?
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