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The biophysics of the protection of the brain by cerebrospinal fluid

In terms of buoyancy, you are correct in your understanding that CSF creates a micro-gravity environment around the brain. This buoyant force essentially counteracts the downward pull of gravity on ...
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Can you have a higher nitrogen load in your tissues after travelling over a hill?

Normally the proportion of nitrogen does not change perceptively with altitude/depth. Divers tanks run off compressed air usually, so the composition doesn't change. Altitude doesn't change the gas ...
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Can you have a higher nitrogen load in your tissues after travelling over a hill?

After a lot of discussion with my diving officer, we've agreed that the following might be true. I'm not going to accept this as an answer until I've had some affirming opinions though. The diagrams ...
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