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revised Limb polarity such as writing handedness, golf handedness and natural football foot
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awarded  Tumbleweed
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asked Limb polarity such as writing handedness, golf handedness and natural football foot
May
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comment Why only able to close one eyelid? Genetic reason?
@jarlemag I have never had that patience, perhaps I should try without cheating with hand. Cool you are in Oslo, soon coming there -- anyway I discussed missing muscles with my medical friends and I am not sure now whether this can be totally impossible for certain people.
May
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revised Why only able to close one eyelid? Genetic reason?
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asked Why only able to close one eyelid? Genetic reason?
Feb
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comment Physiology of skin and leather: why do salt borders occur?
One thing I cannot fully understand: why does the leather only require some fats to keep it nice? Why not something more? The observation of the salt borders made me wonder whether leather requires some salt additionals, for instance.
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awarded  Scholar
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accepted Physiology of skin and leather: why do salt borders occur?
Feb
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comment Physiology of skin and leather: why do salt borders occur?
Salt is used in many points of tanning such as curing, liming and pickling (Wikipedia). So yes the salt coming from leather seems to be totally different thing to the salt coming from the living organism. So the leather maintenance only requires some fats to keep it nice, not salt additions? Then again an athletic person requires all kind of inputs such as salt, hydrocarbons, protein, oils, etc after training.
Feb
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comment Physiology of skin and leather: why do salt borders occur?
Why is salt used in taining process? To kill bacteria? To force other ions out or some other reason?
Feb
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asked Physiology of skin and leather: why do salt borders occur?
Jan
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asked What determines the thickness of Cornea?
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awarded  Popular Question
Oct
10
comment Treatments to open stucked sarcomeres in muscles like massage?
@nico thank you, not interested in dogmas. Clarified the focus.
Oct
10
revised Treatments to open stucked sarcomeres in muscles like massage?
Not interested in dogmas about qi, interested in sarcomeres and how stucked ones treated.
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asked Treatments to open stucked sarcomeres in muscles like massage?
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