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Our bodies function necessarily under the presence of gravity; how blood pumps, a sense of balance and bone growth are all due to life in a world where gravity is an inescapable reality. Armed with experiments from neuroscientists David Hubel and Torsten Wiesel, astronaut Jay Buckey presents a thought experiment: How would our bodies work without the force of gravity?
Lesson by Jay Buckey, animation by TED-Ed.
Tagged under: \Jay Buckey\,astronaut,body,gravity,space,\Hubel,Wiesel\,TED,TED-Ed,\TED,Ed\,TEDEducation
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