Monthly Archives: November 2011

Helmets tethered to necks are both involved with brain trauma injury ?

NationalGeographic.com http://s.ngm.com/2011/02/big-idea/concussions-graphic-160.jpg If you go to this National geographic location you can spin the players impact image around to see the huge variety of impacts sustained during a football season, 537 hits to the head to be precise. This is … Continue reading

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Sea sponges and Max Pacioretty, what is the connection?

Mitchell Sogin, an evolutionary biologist working at Woods Hole Biological Institute has diligently catalogued by back tracking the evolutionary taxonomy underlying all animal diversity into descending from one primal animal, the sea sponge. But if this is the Mother or … Continue reading

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Max Paccioretty Foundation

Ask any Montrealer about Max Pacioretty, immediately they will recall the evening they watched in horror the terrible, savage hit by Zedno Charra, sending Max Pacioretty contacting with head and neck into the vertical stanchion, between both players Bell Center … Continue reading

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Mechanotransduction

When I have mentioned the term tensegrity I will source from the following article: The FASEB Journal • Review October 2010 Vol 24 No 10  3625-3632 Mechanotransduction in bone repair and regeneration Chenyu Huang*,†,1 and Rei Ogawa* *Department of Plastic, … Continue reading

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Water is the creation of form into shape

Last blog was for the importance of water on our planet Earth. the Scientific American article showed  a planet with thousands of oceans circling a star. Where there is water there is the potential for life. Water flow creates complex … Continue reading

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Water is shapes in motion-water motion’s shape is the design blueprint for Nature

Soggy Solar System: Exoplanet Nursery Holds Massive Amount of Water A protoplanetary disk 175 light-years away looks to contain enough water to coat newborn planets with oceans thousands of times over By John Matson  | October 24, 2011 | 9 ICE … Continue reading

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