not very contributory but meh...

Discussion in 'Biology & Genetics' started by visceral_instinct, Apr 21, 2008.

  1. visceral_instinct Monkey see, monkey denigrate Valued Senior Member

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    You know when you get an adrenaline rush, that sensation near your diaphragm that's like a mild electric shock? What is that exactly?

    Tell me to fuck off if you want, but I've always wanted to know...
     
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  3. Kadark Banned Banned

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    Fuck off.
     
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  5. visceral_instinct Monkey see, monkey denigrate Valued Senior Member

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    Ok then

    *goes and fucks this man named Off*
     
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  7. skaught The field its covered in blood Valued Senior Member

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    Muscle spasms, possibly bile squirting into your stomach,
     
  8. draqon Banned Banned

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    membrane hyperpolarization
     
  9. visceral_instinct Monkey see, monkey denigrate Valued Senior Member

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    does that feel like a muscle spasm to you?? :confused:
     
  10. visceral_instinct Monkey see, monkey denigrate Valued Senior Member

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    and what exactly is membrane hyperpolarization?
     
  11. Hercules Rockefeller voltage gated ion channel Moderator

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    Adrenaline. :cool:
     
  12. draqon Banned Banned

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    it has to deal with sodium ions...its very complex thing
     
  13. ElectricFetus I'm just going for a walk... Valued Senior Member

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    I always thought it was my adrenal glands shirting out adrenaline, I would figure for a brief moment the adrenaline levels in the local area of the glands after discharge would be outstandingly high, high enough to stimulating local nerves into sending electric shock like sensations to the brain.
     

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