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Posts tagged arms and legs

September 27, 2003

 

Amazing Sea Monkeys

If kept dry, these cysts will remain viable for many years. Placed in salt water, the cysts rehydrate and the shrimp resume development.

September 27, 2003

 

Hitch-kick

The windmilling motions of the arms are also fast forward rotations. Making some parts of the body rotate faster causes other parts of the body to rotate more slowly to compensate.

September 27, 2003

 

Swollen Hands and Walking

Swollen Hands and Walking, on today’s Moment of Science. Do your hands swell up when you walk? If they do, it probably has to do with your circulation. The circulatory system is a one way street. Blood flows away from the heart in the arteries, down the arms and legs then back up to the [...]

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