I recently got a gum graft where connective tissue from the roof of my mouth was grafted into the gums on my lower teeth. How did my graft get "plugged back into" the blood supply? How long would it have taken for the capillaries to have connected, and what is the specific mechanism by which them lil' blood pipes found each other?
This is within context of the KSTAR project, but I'm curious how a material can contain that much heat.
100,000,000°c seems like an ABSURD amount of heat to contain.
Is it strictly a feat of material science, or is there more at play? (chemical shielding, etc)
Once I watched the autopsy of two elderlies.
One basically never took care of himself, died at 76, in a wheelchair. During the autopsy, they cut a cross-section of his thigh to show the exact muscle mass VS fat mass. I have to say that it shocked me. This man had less than 10% of muscle left in his thighs, making it completely impossible to walk.
On the other and, the other cadaver died at 74 and was very sporty. His whole life. His tight cross-section was pretty impressive to say the least. Full on regular muscle mass, few fats. He died in a car accident. He was still able to go on a run several times a week.
So people, please remember that you only have one body and once it's fucked, it's irreversible past a certain age. In all honesty it doesn't take much to stay in decent shape. Limit the shit food, have a physical activity 3 to 4 times a week for one hour and you are done.