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Fruit flies have concussions too

The fruit fly Drosophila Melanogaster is small. The size is not important to demonstrate the points I will introduce. Fruit flies can suffer brain concussions just like people can. Remember in Nature size is a relative scaleable function within compression/tension … Continue reading

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Dr William Feindel 1918-2014

I am eternally indebted to Dr William Feindel for guiding my early research when he revealed personally to me, by recalling an operative observation from the side of pioneering neurosurgeon,  Dr Wilder Penfield during an early 1930 brain surgery that … Continue reading

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Robots don’t yawn

As we are about to enter the robot age the mechanical face peers back at us perhaps as a robonurse helping us into a hospital bed. Twilight time when the balance is gone and gravity is horizontal. We stare into … Continue reading

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Petroglyphs of the vortex

Ancient people gazed into the skies to move island to island across the expanse of their expansive zone of travel, Oceana over thousands of years. What we now call the Pacific Ocean. These ancient people left shapes on the sacred … Continue reading

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Nisga’a mask

The Nisga’a, often formerly spelled Nishga and spelled in the Nisga’a language as Nisga’a, are an Indigenous nation or First Nation in Canada. They live in the Nass River valley of northwestern British Columbia. This mask is a permanent expression covering the … Continue reading

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Vortex

The shape of energy tends toward rotation due to the presence of gravity. Rotation within the gases of the atmosphere. The shape of Nature is symbolized within the vortex. Does the vortex shape exist outside of Earth away from the … Continue reading

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Lagena gravity sensing

The structure Lagena, may serve auditory function in all non-mammalian vertebrates plus primitive vestibular function in Lamprey and in terrestrial amphibians.  Hagfish, the class Myxini (also known as Hyperotreti), are eel-shaped slime-producing marine animals (occasionally called slime eels). They are the only known living … Continue reading

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