Here is why: we breathe heavily when we cry, and as you can't breathe
underwater, you would end up drowning from swallowing too much water. So you
It depends how deep you go. Eventually, the pressure would be too much for any
tears to exit your tear ducts. That's assuming you could even go that far down ...
Ok, let's explore this scientifically: Seventy feet below the surface, the water is
cold but invigorating, your adrenaline coursing with the thrill of the dive. You
Nov 12, 2010 ... Why doesn't glue, stick to its bottle; can someone please answer these, thankyou
:) ... Best Answer: 1-of course u can cry underwater, u just dont notice ..... to
survive, then how were they milked before humans were around?
However, crying is the most natural thing in the world for humans to do. Studies
show ... You can cry underwater and no one will figure it out. If you want to cry, ...
Can we stay underwater for a long time? Yes, we can. Fabien Cousteau, son of
the famous explorer Jacques Cousteau, managed to live 31 days in the ...
Oct 30, 2012 ... This Atlantic wolffish does not seem to be the crying type. ... very much that fishes
engage in anything like crying," Webster told LiveScience.
Nov 16, 2011 ... Shailene Woodley on The Descendants, Crying Underwater, and ... a “face of the
future” in its "young Hollywood" issue), but the kid can act. ... Not a crush — I'm
enamored by his human being-ness, and who he is in this world.
Apr 29, 2014 ... Joel asks: Why do humans cry? crying Anti-bacterial, nutrient-rich, ... the eye . . .
will have affected, through reflex action, the lacrymal glands.
May 30, 2016 ... Humans are the only species that cry for emotional reasons (there was some ...
One can only assume that Richard Gere had begged the ...