Is the human body symmetrical by weight? Would any part of the body have same weight corresponding to other half despite not being internally symmetric.
In fact, isn’t much of the body actually very UNsymmetrical?
Breasts, testicles all tend to be different sizes. Your lungs are asymmetrical because the liver is higher up which pushes the right lung up. The heart makes less room for your left lung so that’s smaller than the right.
Not to mention how in general one half of your body lacks the organs the other half does have.
No, the human body is not symmetrical by weight. Different sides can have different muscle mass, bone density, fat distribution, and internal organ size, leading to differences in weight. The body’s center of mass also changes based on weight distribution and position.