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Title: How do resultant force work among different angles?
Post by: oemBiology on Jun 1, 2022
Referring to following link, I would like to know on how resultant force works among different angles, in order to determine on whether planets are attract or repel each other.

(https://biology-forums.com/gallery/45/94679_01_06_22_1_00_18.png) (https://biology-forums.com/index.php?action=gallery;sa=view&id=45152)

Does anyone have any suggestions?
Thanks in advance




Title: Re: How do resultant force work among different angles?
Post by: bio_man on Jun 1, 2022
Does this help?

(https://biology-forums.com/gallery/45/6_01_06_22_11_03_27.png) (https://biology-forums.com/index.php?action=gallery;sa=view&id=45154)


Title: Re: How do resultant force work among different angles?
Post by: oemBiology on Jun 2, 2022
As we stand on green dot (Earth), I would like to know which case would generate more gravity pulling us toward the center of Earth.

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Title: Re: How do resultant force work among different angles?
Post by: bio_man on Jun 2, 2022
What does the black and orange circle represent?


Title: Re: How do resultant force work among different angles?
Post by: oemBiology on Jun 4, 2022
Orange is Sun, Black is Mar or Venus.
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Title: Re: How do resultant force work among different angles?
Post by: bio_man on Jun 4, 2022
Gravitational pull increases as an object gets closer to another.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9jT3v0r9CQc

Notice that the formula in the video has r^2, where r represents the distance from their centers.

C therefore would have the strongest pull out of the four shown.


Title: Re: How do resultant force work among different angles?
Post by: oemBiology on Jun 6, 2022
If Mars is above us and get closer to Earth, when we stand up on Earth, would blood flow more easily upward to Brain because of increasing Gravitational pull from Mars?

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Title: Re: How do resultant force work among different angles?
Post by: bio_man on Jun 6, 2022
Because Mars distance is so far away, its gravitational pull has very little impact on Earth. This is why the Moon, which is significantly closer than Mars, yet significantly smaller, has a bigger impact, influencing things like the tides.


Title: Re: How do resultant force work among different angles?
Post by: oemBiology on Jun 6, 2022
Do you find any related study on how moon effects on human? such as blood flow or any other.

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Title: Re: How do resultant force work among different angles?
Post by: bio_man on Jun 7, 2022
Whatever effect the moon plays in our lives is likely already factored into our evolution. The moon isn't a novel thing that appeared after the evolution of humans, this is why I think the Moon's roll in human physiology is absent at best. But I'm just editorializing here, there's a whole article on Wikipedia discussing the lunar effect on human beings, from fertility, to birth rate, to blood loss, etc.

Lunar effect article (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lunar_effect)

Also read this interesting article attached below. It is referenced in the Wikipedia article too!


Title: Re: How do resultant force work among different angles?
Post by: oemBiology on Jul 2, 2022
Referring to article's summary, "The release of neurohormones may be triggered by the electromagnetic radiation and/or the gravitational pull of the moon."

What happen if we get more release of neurohormones during above period?
What make we feel differently with more  release of neurohormones?

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"Lunar phases also affected patient requests for appointments at a thyroid outpatient clinic [49]. Requests for follow-up appointments had their highest peak three days after the full moon and requests for new appointments were most frequent five days afterwards." p.3

How does increasing release of neurohormones related to appointments at a thyroid outpatient clinic?
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Neurohormones are secreted into the blood for transport to target cells
neurohormone messages travel more slowly
The purpose of this is to send messages to distant neurons in other areas of the body, i.e. from the hypothalamus to the pituitary glands
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n4a32o6DVr8 (2;26)

Adrenaline can enhance the consolidation of long-term memories of emotionally arousing experiences.
This means that emotionally significant experiences are more likely to be well remembered for both pleasant and unpleasant events.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n4a32o6DVr8 (4.24)

Increasing Adrenaline would increase heart rate and perspiration breathing, which allow us to fight off a threat.

During gravitational pull of the moon, increasing release of Adrenaline make us feel overwhelmed related to both pleasant and unpleasant events, correct?



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"The author concluded that the increased percentage of crimes on full-moon days may be due to “human tidal waves” caused by the gravitational pull of the moon." P3


Title: Re: How do resultant force work among different angles?
Post by: oemBiology on Jul 3, 2022
Do you find any related articles about how gravitational pull of the moon effects human?
1) effected by changing gravity
2) effected by changing atmosphere pressure
3) other

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Title: Re: How do resultant force work among different angles?
Post by: bio_man on Jul 3, 2022
I still believe that whatever the moon does to our physiology has already been factored into our evolution has species. Unless we were some alien visiting from another planet, only then would we "feel" psychological changes due to the moon's existence. If I come across articles, I will certainly share them! 👍


Title: Re: How do resultant force work among different angles?
Post by: oemBiology on Jul 5, 2022
Do you find any related articles on how gravitational pull of the moon effects on atmospheric pressure?

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Title: Re: How do resultant force work among different angles?
Post by: bio_man on Jul 5, 2022
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Do you find any related articles on how gravitational pull of the moon effects on atmospheric pressure?

Nothing from any journal, unfortunately. I found an ordinary article suggesting the following:

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When the moon is overhead, its gravity causes Earth’s atmosphere to bulge toward it, so the pressure or weight of the atmosphere on that side of the planet goes up. Higher pressure increases the temperature of air parcels below. Since warmer air can hold more moisture, the same air parcels are now farther from their moisture capacity.

https://www.washington.edu/news/2016/01/29/phases-of-the-moon-affect-amount-of-rainfall


Title: Re: How do resultant force work among different angles?
Post by: oemBiology on Jul 5, 2022
“When the moon is overhead or underfoot, the air pressure is higher,” Kohyama said.
Where did Kohyama mention about higher air pressure? on the ground or up into air or both
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Referring to article's summary, "The release of neurohormones may be triggered by the electromagnetic radiation and/or the gravitational pull of the moon."

I would like to know on how the electromagnetic radiation trigger to release more neurohormones within body, is there any related articles talking about this issue?

Do you have any suggestions?
Thank you very much for any suggestions (^v^)


Title: Re: How do resultant force work among different angles?
Post by: bio_man on Jul 6, 2022
“When the moon is overhead or underfoot, the air pressure is higher,” Kohyama said. Where did Kohyama mention about higher air pressure? on the ground or up into air or both Do you have any suggestions?

Assuming @ ground level.

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I would like to know on how the electromagnetic radiation trigger to release more neurohormones within body, is there any related articles talking about this issue?

It was concluded that even a single 45 min of Long term exposure to low level electromagnetic radiation exposure may produce an increase in 5-HT level without changing the blood glutamate level. Increased 5-HT level may lead to a retarded learning and a deficit in spatial memory (Tab. 2, Fig. 2, Ref. 24).

-- https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/25665475/

A mechanism of how ER contributes to neurotransmitter release is illustrated below in another article: [see attachment]

The effects of RF-EMR exposure on neurotransmitters in the brain and the possible underlying mechanisms.

-- https://www.frontiersin.org/articles/10.3389/fpubh.2021.691880/full#B8


Title: Re: How do resultant force work among different angles?
Post by: oemBiology on Jul 6, 2022
EMR exposure may reduce Dopamine (DA) production in the hippocampus, affect rat arousal, and contribute to decreased learning and memory ability after exposure to EMR

long-term exposure to microwave radiation can lead to an increase in serotonin (5-HT) in the brain, indicating a disorder in the metabolism of the neurotransmitter.

serotonin or 5-hydroxytryptamine (5-HT) is massively synthesized in the gastrointestinal tract (mainly in enterochromafin cells), whereas only a small percentage is produced within the nervous system.

To synthesize serotonin,
1) amino acid tryptophan is converted to 5-HTP
2) 5-HTP is converted to serotonin (5-HT)
3) serotonin affects the rest of the central nervous system

Through above process, how is serotonin linked to mood?

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Serotonin, Dopamine and your Brain
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xkl_x6wC0Lg
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Serotonin is associated with feelings of happiness, focus and calm,
Dopamine is associated with feelings of rewards, motivation, and being productive.

Results: The exposure to EMR resulted in significant changes in DA, NE and 5-HT in the four selected areas of adult rat brain.
Conclusions: The exposure of adult rats to EMR may cause disturbances in monoamine neurotransmitters and this may underlie many of the adverse effects reported after EMR including memory, learning, and stress.
https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/23852905/
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EMR exposure may reduce Dopamine (DA) production in the hippocampus

I would like to confirm on whether EMR exposure may reduce serotonin or not.

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Thank you very much for any suggestions (^v^)

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"further studies are necessary to illuminate the role of 5-HT in EMR-induced learning and memory dysfunction and morphological changes in the brain." p.5

Our brain learns by forming new neural pathways, alter existing connections, and adapt and react in ever-changing ways.
1) is there any role for 5-HT play here for building new neural pathway activity?
2) would EMR cause disturbances in monoamine neurotransmitters? which make forming new neural pathway activity impossible?

Do you find any related articles about this issue?
Do you have any suggestions?
Thank you very much for any suggestions (^v^)


Post Merge: 2 months ago

Rewards support the brain’s learning process
I would like to know on which following case come first related to DA and 5-HT.

1) After forming a new neural pathway, DA or 5-HT release to make us feel good
2) No matter what DA or 5-HT release not related to form a new neural pathway at all



Title: Re: How do resultant force work among different angles?
Post by: bio_man on Jul 8, 2022
Serotonin has many functions. It is released from blood cells called platelets to activate blood vessel constriction and blood clotting. In the gastrointestinal tract, serotonin inhibits gastric acid production and stimulates muscle contraction in the intestinal wall. And, as you've said, its functions in the central nervous system and effects on human behavior - including mood, memory, and appetite control.

Serotonin is produced in the brain from the amino acid tryptophan. Tryptophan is transported to the brain, where it is broken down by enzymes to produce serotonin. In the process of neurotransmission, serotonin is transferred from one nerve cell, or neuron, to another, triggering an electrical impulse that stimulates or inhibits cell activity as needed. Serotonin is then reabsorbed by the first neuron, in a process known as reuptake, where it is recycled and used again or converted into an inactive chemical form and excreted. As mentioned, serotonin contribute to feelings of euphoria, thus making you feel happy and confident - not sure the exact mechanism (will need to look into it further).

Drugs that manipulate serotonin levels have been used to alleviate the symptoms of serotonin imbalances. Some of these drugs, known as selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs), block or inhibit the reuptake of serotonin into neurons, enabling serotonin to remain active in the synapses for a longer period of time.



Title: Re: How do resultant force work among different angles?
Post by: oemBiology on Jul 16, 2022
Referring to following statement, I would like to know on why rodents produced FAR MORE melatonin at night with sun exposure during daytime.


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"The rodents that were given sun exposure produced FAR MORE melatonin at night than the ones in the artificially-lit room."

https://lifespa.com/ayurvedic-lifestyle/circadian-rhythm/sun-exposure-melatonin/


Title: Re: How do resultant force work among different angles?
Post by: bio_man on Aug 8, 2022
Rodents are nocturnal animals, so I'd assume it would have something to do with their feeding pattern - I don't know for certain. The hormone plays a role in the body's circadian rhythm. This rhythm regulates the physiological functions that occur in the organism within a 24-hour period, such as sleep-wake cycles, fluctuations in body temperature, heart rate, and blood pressure.

In animals it is clear that conveying information about day, night, or time of year is critical for mating and reproduction so that offspring are born at the best time of year, usually in the milder spring rather than the harsher winter. It is less clear how this role may affect humans. Some studies suggest that melatonin helps regulate sleep-wake cycles and is an effective treatment for some forms of insomnia, jet lag, or shift work.