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Yan-Chee Yu replied to george tseng's discussion 'challenge to our Biomechanical concepts: what do we stand on?'
"Andrew, you are wrong - when you say that when you pressurise a balloon with water, it gets rounder…"
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Andrew Cook replied to george tseng's discussion 'challenge to our Biomechanical concepts: what do we stand on?'
"Hi Gary - I was talking about the arm being raised and extended in a relaxed (non-forced)…"
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gary lutz replied to george tseng's discussion 'challenge to our Biomechanical concepts: what do we stand on?'
"Fully relaxed is not absence of contraction. The neuro muscular component that generates heat…"
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Andrew Cook replied to george tseng's discussion 'challenge to our Biomechanical concepts: what do we stand on?'
"So - extend your arm by loosening/relaxing the muscles - where is the bunching, where is the…"
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gary lutz replied to george tseng's discussion 'challenge to our Biomechanical concepts: what do we stand on?'
"Muscles only contract or relax. The resultant of that contraction can be push as well as pull if…"
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Andrew Cook replied to george tseng's discussion 'challenge to our Biomechanical concepts: what do we stand on?'
"I've been thinking for a while that the standard model of muscles only contracting (and not…"
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gary lutz replied to george tseng's discussion 'challenge to our Biomechanical concepts: what do we stand on?'
"The problem with that model for me is that anything past B (technique?) comes up as metaphysics. If…"
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george tseng replied to Ronan O'Brien's discussion 'Antibiotics touted as cure for chronic back pain'
"I remember at the bottom of the paper, in small print, was a sentence saying "high correlation…"
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