When someone mentions seeing a glow about a person that is just not a figure of speech but it actually is physically evident as research has shown that the human body does emit visible light but since it is about 1,000 times less intense than the levels human eyes are able to spot yet it is not practically visible. It is accordingly revealed that such body glow rises and falls throughout the course of the day with the least glow coming off of the humans they tested at about 10 am and the highest at about 4 pm as they are wrapping up the day.
This fact reveals that the human body is an amazing phenomenon as it is repository of every memory human being has ever recorded and it gets people to where they plan going. Human body actually is the only home a human being ever goes to and can claim it as its own. The impulses generated by the human body are inborn and human beings do not know how and why they occur. Some aspects of the fantastic human body will show the remarkable range of the human body that is now gradually described by scientific research
To begin with it is mentioned that a human body gets a brand new skeleton in a decade. It becomes possible simply because the skeletal system’s cells are constantly regenerating and, on average, the bones will have completely regenerated in about ten years. This does start to slow down as humans age with regeneration taking longer, causing bones to naturally become thinner.
Another amazing factor is that a person is taller in the morning than at night. This is due to the pressure put on joints throughout the day. As people go about their activities, this pressure causes the cartilage in your spine to compress just fractions of an inch but enough to push everything down. And when sleep relaxes the body it eases the pressure on spinal disks allowing it to return to the full height.
Another fact is that babies have no kneecaps as they are not born with it. Instead, their cartilage gradually turns into bone, as ossification begins between the ages of two and six years and does not fully finish until young adulthood.
While most of us experience a broken bone at some point in life, the fact is that bone is an incredibly tough substance. So strong, in fact, that, ounce for ounce human bones are stronger than steel. A bone has a greater pressure tolerance and bearing strength than a rod of steel of the same width. The strongest bone in the body is the femur which can support 30 times the weight of an average human.
Human feet contain 52 bones (26 for each foot). That is nearly a quarter of all the bones in your whole body. Each also contains 33 joints and more than 100 muscles, tendons, and ligaments. No named bone in your body is smaller (or lighter) than the stapes, a bone in the middle ear that is actually shaped like a stirrup. It is complete with a base and an oval window, which is covered with a membrane that measures sound vibrations.
Human fingers do countless important things throughout the day, from opening jars to opening doors yet the strength is often not gauged. Any movement that happens in fingers is due to tendons and bones with a lot of help from the muscles in the palms of hands and at the base of each individual digit. Every muscle in the human body connects to bones at both ends, allowing it to pull and create motion, with one notable exception: your tongue. On one end it is connected to the hyoid bone—part of neck—but nothing else on the other side. TW