Monthly Archives: October 2013

Space station time

If you had told me 6 weeks ago that I would spend all my time in my house not leaving it except for a brief few trips for diagnostic trips then another coronary artery intervention in the hospitals near me. … Continue reading

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Dalmatian Pelican eye concussion

The shock of impact was felt into the neck of the majestic bird. Diving into the glint of ocean waves toward the speckle of a school of fish the gravity descending bird did not perceive the hidden log just below … Continue reading

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Octopus concussions

The octopus brain is evolutionarily different to mammalian brain by not being surrounded by a bony case. So can an octopus have a brain concussion ? Lets investigate. If we define a concussion as the rapid deceleration in a gravity … Continue reading

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Müller vesicles: detecting up from down

Every single life form can detect the presence of the gravity vector. Gravity has asserted itself into this constancy by its presence since life evolved on our Planet Earth. If you want to understand how a gravity accident, like a … Continue reading

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