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Part 3: “Stress, Portrait of a Killer” documentary1. “If you’re a normal mammal, what stress is about is, three minutes of screaming terror on the savannah, after which either it’s over with, or you’re over with” (Dr. Robert Sapolsky). Discuss.2. What happens to non-essential functions during the stress response, and why? Hint: “Do it later, if there IS a later” (Sapolsky).3. What are three of these non-essential functions?a.b.c.4. “This is real. This is not just somebody whining” (Dr. Elizabeth Blackburn). What does this mean?5. “You live in a place like [the African savannah], you’re a baboon, and you only have to spend about three hours a day getting your calories. And if you only have to work three hours a day, you’ve got nine hours to devote to making someone else’s life just miserable… They’re not being3