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As a subscribed member to Mark Hamilton’s Neothink® Society, I have in my home library one of the most wonderful books I have ever read. I love to read books; one year I set out to read 500 books and I did just that. Most of those books were Science Fiction because I am intrigued with the sciences.
There is a book authored by Mark Hamilton titled, Miss Annabelle’s Secrets. This book is one of the most beautiful writings I have ever read; it provides a vision that is all encompassing in favor of the persistence of life and the future of mankind. To set the stage for this fascinating topic of, “Science Technology in the Field of Medicine, Making Life Wonderful Again,” I want you to read this very brief excerpt from Miss Annabelle’s Secrets.
Excerpt from page 703, large Heirloom, paragraph 3:
“The medical industry is now the phenomenon the computer industry once was. In fact, I feel certain that the medical ‘garage’ entrepreneurs and their many approaches’ in bio-engineering, genetics, and nanotechnology will obsolete the need for…” and You will have to get the book, Miss Annabelle’s Secrets to learn the next word in that exciting paragraph!
As I read a recent article from National Geographic pertaining to technological advances in the medical industry in the areas of Bionics, I came to a sometimes elusive realization that today we are seeing the advances in the fields of medicine that were written about by Mark Hamilton a decade ago. And the Annabelle story referenced the possibility of future advancements to the medical industry once the changes in government regulations took place as a result of the Prime Law Amendment. I have now come to a new realization due to a recent article I read in National Geographic Sciences…
“The Future Is Here!” It comes to the medical sciences industry today in the form of Bionics…
The Etymology or breakdown in the word origin of bionics comes from, bi (as in “life”) + onics (as in electronics”); therefore bionics is the study of mechanical systems that function like living organisms or parts of living organisms.
I came upon this article about a woman who has been able to live a quality life due to the scientific advancements of bionics to the field of medicine. The arm displayed here is actually connected through electrodes to the patient’s neuron-nerve function network allowing the bionic arm to move in much the same way as any normal arm would, with brain wave messaging movement to various limbs through the Neuro-Network.
From the shoulders to the tips of the fingers, the human arm has 22 points of motion. Nerves within the brain carry out these movement instructions from bursts of brainwave synapses energy charges sent from first, the brain, then to the spinal cord, and finally to the muscles within the arm.
How it Works…
The current and readily available prosthesis, “The Pincer-Hand Prosthesis” provides the ability for three arm movements. These movements occur when the patient moves levers on a chest worn harness. These levers are connected to cables which in-turn moves specific parts of this type of prosthesis.
This provides an amputee with some functionality, however the new, “Modular Prosthetic Limb,” provides up to 22 movements of the arm. These advancements in the bionics field of medicine allow this model to connect directly to the patients nerves, and then send the brains commands to the electrode arrays which are implanted in the residual nerves of the patient.
There is a computer chip on each of these arrays which sends data wirelessly to a receiver on the skin. This receiver is connected by wires to another chip that decodes the command and wires it to the limb controller in the palm of the prosthetic; this sets the mobility motors within the prosthetic into motion causing the limb to move.
Thank you for visiting Neothink® Essence today. Be sure to come back and read part two if you don’t have time right now…