Answer: probably yesscoliosis does not always result in uneven shouldersan easy way to tell is to band over and get someone to look at your backif your back is not flat, and one side if higher than the other, you have a curved spineits best to get a doctor to check it out
Answer: Have you ever had the door seals replaced, check for replacement. Does no ammount of thermostat adjustment [temperature control knob] make any difference. If those two factors are ok the chances are it needs regassing.
Answer: It will definitely cost more money and put the air conditioner under a higher load for a longer time. So yes it will burn out the air conditioner faster, if it is pumping out air that is significantly different (cooler and humidity) than the air coming through the window. The reality is that if a window is open the air conditioned air will go out the window and that air con air costed you time and money.
Answer: The clicking is caused by vertebrae moving around. It also reveals exactly how much muscular tension there is. Bones have no physical means to move themselves; the only way a bone moves is if a muscle moves it. Each of your vertebrae has upwards of 36 muscles attached to it that act like guide wires. If muscle tone on each side of a vertebrae ( or any other bone/joint) is equal then the bone rests in normal position. However, if tension is increased unilaterally then the bone is pulled out of normal position. That clicking and popping you here when pressure is applied to your back is the vertebrae being moved to normal position (hopefully!).
Answer: depends what body part, every human has curves on some part of there bodies. In females bodies however more curves are to be found because there hips structure is wider then males, and that is because females give birth. by Armanika
Answer: If you are fully grown, naturally skinny and have a very straight profile, there is no way to get "curves" short of altering your bone structure which is not recommended. You could do specific workout routines to try to build your muscle in targeted areas which may give the impression of having curves.
Answer: From easiest to hardest: With a saber saw. With a band saw. With a coping saw. With steaming and then bending a thin piece of wood. With cutting close kerfs in wood, and them bending it mechanically. With careful hand carving.