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By Flame, Sep 13, 2018
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The 4 basic human necessities are air, water, food and shelter.
3* you can technically live without shelter
not really you will live but it will be the death of you. maybe in modern countries is like that. but how about south pole? in places with animals which will fuck you up?
False you also need 1 more called sleep without sleep you will die after about 5 days.
Nomadic people lived without shelter
That isn't a resource, thats an action
Nobody said anything about resource the op said necessity so sleep is a necessity.https://consumer.healthday.com/publ...07/sleep-a-necessity-not-a-luxury-611908.html
You do need love though. People can go insane if they are completely alone. And any company isn't good either, you can't just have someone who yells at you 24/7.
Yes and sleep lol.
Humans have a wide variety of needs, each of varying importance, according to Mazlow's Hierarchy of Needs. What Flame mentioned only covers the first tier of the hierarchy:
See i was right to say sleep lol
If we were going by that then blinking, breather, and every other function should be on this list
But blinking is not a necessity to stay alive yes if you don't blink you will go blind but it won't kill ya.
But breathing is
But breathing is in the OPs list lol it clearly says air
Air in not breathing
You need to inhale that air, otherwise it does nothing
Semantics Dio Semantics
You can't really stop yourself from breathing though, can you? You can hold your breath or not breathe in anything, but sooner or later your reflexes will kick in and force you to breathe.
Yeah, but that doesn't make it any less necessary, and you can choke on things
Maybe the inversion is: all you need is to wait to die.
the secondary needs: some mouth/butt/hand love, money, coffee, drugs, toilet paper (because of milk in your coffee), dank pickup lines, animal friends who make funny faces
Your eyes can dry up and split, and spread an infection to your brain. So yes, you can die from not blinking, however, it takes effort to not blink.