Life Sciences February 2019

communication network

    A selection of several articles related to Life Sciences published in January & February 2019 (73aH*)



  • A communication network among organs and tissues

    A system of communication network exists among organs and tissues that regulate metabolism. An “atlas” reveals the highly-coordinated metabolism underlying the body’s circadian rhythms. When the system is disrupted the body will function at a lower level, leading to disease.



    Pain has both sensory and emotional dimensions

    The pain has a dimension both sensory and emotional. In the amygdala certain active neurons during painful stimulation generate unpleasant sensations. By inactivating these neurons the sensation of pain is no longer unpleasant. New pain treatments could replace opioids.



    Plants able to rapidly respond to pollinator sounds

    Plants can rapidly respond to pollinator sounds. Flowers, bowl shaped, are technically their ears. The sugar of the nectar can increase by 20% in 3 minutes when sensing the sound waves of nearby bee wings.



    Cilia helps with fluid around brain’s ventricles

    Tiny hair-like protrusions called cilia, inside the skull, help to push along fluid around the four brain’s ventricles. The flow of fluid keeps the brain healthy and promotes the development of new nerve cells. Neurons are created near the wall of the ventricles and then pushed to different portions of the brain.



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    (73aH*) : August 6th is the anniversary of the atomic bomb explosion on Hiroshima in 1945.
    This date represents the entrance of Humanity into the age of Revelation (Apocalypsis).
    Thus, since August 6, 2018, we are in 73 aH, (meanning 73 after Hiroshima).
    It is also an “atheist” and universal calendar to replace the existing ” monotheist”, religious and non universal calendars.