Bruce Carleton, mandarin, points the way.
Better get in line, little buddy!FACT:
A WHO study in 1992 estimated that there were 100 million acts of human sexual intercourse every day. At about four million spermatozoa per load, with each of the little guys measuring in at about 20 microns, all of the sperm cells ejaculated each day lined up end-to-end would reach to the moon and back five and a fourth times (somebody check my math). This calls to mind a question: What happens to the ones left out there only a quarter of the way to their destination? But I guess a spermatozoon has to be ready for that.


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