Cells have memoryPosted: July 26, 2010
I guess I better write about baseball as my interest will definitely drop soon unless the Red Sox have an incredible August, they are on life support right now and the plug will be pulled barring a major hot streak. The abitlity to hit a baseball requires unbelievable athleticism and quick reflexes. The movement of chemicals can’t be fast enough for this behavior to be accomplished. Once the electrical signal, which moves very quickly , reaches the peripheral nervous system, the cells have to be smart enough to react. The physics of baseball is a great book, it explains this behavior well. Its like riding a bike, once you learn how, you never forget.