Redheads Have a Higher Tolerance for Pain Than the Non-Soulless


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Scientists in 2005 from the University of Edinburgh found that people without souls, a.k.a. redheads, have a higher tolerance for pain than normal people.  This is because the MC1R mutation, which all soulless have, triggers the excess release of pheomelanin which, among other things, stimulates a brain receptor related to pain sensitivity.

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