I've seen dozens of pregnancies and have been pregnant myself twice.
Every time, I might've marveled at a woman's size (or lack thereof), her grace (or lack thereof), or her waddle (rarely is there a lack thereof).
Never have I wondered why a pregnant woman doesn't topple like a Weeble-Wobble.
But apparently I'm just not curious enough. Some scientists did ask, and some yahoo at Forbes and the Associated Press felt that the answer was worthy of publication.
Guess what they learned? Disingenuously enough, scientists learned that women are built differently from men and these differences allow women to adjust to a different center of gravity.
Huh. Who would've thunk it?
Read more: http://www.forbes.com/feeds/ap/2007/12/12/ap4433083.html