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World and analogies
The world is much more interesting if we not only watch what lies on the surface, but also tryopen up some invisible to the eye side.
For example, a tree at first glance looks very much like a spoon, although there is little in common between them. Our organ of vision can build its own associations: what does the trunk with rounded crown contours look like? Our eye perceives the tree in a shape similar to a spoon. But under the ground there are approximately the same number of roots invisible to our eye as the branches of the crown.Our brain builds this picture, not taking into account the structure of the tree.
After all, the brain in most cases forms images, receiving signals from the eyesand not during the study of images in books on botany, where the tree structure is fully shown. And driving along the road along the forest massif, every now and then a thought arises: “Spoon! A spoon! A spoon! Another spoon! "
The brain, receiving associative signals from the organ of vision, forms our understanding of objects and phenomena.
While stepping through life, we sort things “by spoon type,” amazing things and events pass by us.Under the skin of our body all sorts of processes occur around the clock: something flows, pumps, absorbs, releases, bursts, repairs and builds again.
And the team in the form of organs and cells, their components, works so smoothly, flawlessly and productively that for a normal activity an adult’s body per hour requires exactly as much energy as a 100 watt incandescent lamp consumes.
Every second, the kidneys filter our blood on the basis of the filter in a coffee machine - and, as a rule, the kidneys are able to do their work throughout our lives.
And the lungs are so cleverly designed that energy is required only while inhaling. Exhalation, as we know from the school course, is effortless.
If we were transparent, we could observe the mechanism working continuouslylike a car's mechanism, only the picture would have been enlarged and in 3D mode. While someone is sitting and harassing himself with thoughts like “no one loves me,” “no one needs me,” his heart makes the 17 thousandth blow in the last 24 hours and has every right to be offended and feel insulted.
Just imaginewhat a vast world lives inside each of us!
If we could see hidden from the human eye, we could also observe how the accumulation of cells in the mother’s stomach turns into a small person. Studying this process, we would understand that initiallyeach of us consisted of only three tubes.
First tubepermeates through and folds in a knot in the middle - this is our cardiovascular system, in the center of which is the main node - our heart.
Second tuberuns parallel to the first and is concentrated in the area of our spine, it forms a bubble that migrates upwards and remains there for life. This is our nervous system: the spinal cord, from which the brain and nerves that penetrate every part of our body further develop.
Third tuberuns downwards and is called the intestinal tube.
The formation of the human body begins withThe three main systems: cardiovascular, nervous, digestive.
The intestinal tube forms our insides, like the buds that bloom on a branch, and gives rise to the lungs; just below it develops the liver. It also forms the pancreas and gallbladder.By itself, the intestinal tube is capable of many tricks: it is involved in the formation of the oral cavity, the esophagus, which, in turn, gives rise to the stomach. And only at the very end of its development, the intestinal tube forms the organ, the name of which it, in fact, bears, the intestine.
As you already understood, thanks to the intestinal tube, the digestive system of our body is formed.
The objects of the creation of the other two tubes - the heart and the brain - are very popular and have a heightened interest on the part of both scientists, doctors, and man.A heartIt is considered a vital organ, as it performs the pumping function and supplies blood to all parts of our body.Brainfascinates us with his work related to the formation of thoughts, images and emotions. And hereintestinesas many believe, is intended only to relieve the need. In the intervals between going to the toilet, he is not busy with anything - he just lies in our stomach and from time to time gives off gases. As far as this is an amazing organ, practically no one knows. Can say that
And not just underestimate, and even ashamed of him:
"Shameful intestines"! Why does this discrimination of the organ, which, in fact, is the main in the human digestive system?
The task of my book - in the rootchange the stereotype of bowel perception.We will try to do the incredible - to see the reverse side of visible things. After all, the tree is not a spoon.