A New Concept of Biotensegrity Incorporating Liquid Tissues: Blood and Lymph

Bruno Bordoni et al. The definition of fascia includes tissues of mesodermal derivation, considered as specialized connective tissue: blood and lymph. As water shapes rocks, bodily fluids modify shapes and functions of bodily structures. Bodily fluids are silent witnesses of the mechanotransductive information, allowing adaptation and life, transporting biochemical and hormonal signals. While the solid […]

Biotensegrity – The Mechanics of Fascia

Stephen M. Levin Fascia is the fabric of the body; not the vestments, covering the corpus, but the warp and weft of the material. The other tissues, muscle and bone, liver and lung, gut and urinary, brain and endocrine, are embroidered into the fascial fabric. Remove all other tissues from their fascial bed and the […]

What Actually Happens with Water inside the Body

A Midwestern Doctor In [a previous] article, I reviewed the lineage of scientists who, for over a century, all came to a similar conclusion: water can exist in a structured state where it behaves like a liquid crystal. Most of them figured this out by observing cells and noticing water within cells, especially that the […]