Wednesday, July 20, 2005

Bones, Cats and Shock Absorbers

It was discovered that human bones have microscopic shock absorbers. Just like car shock absorbers they help the bone when it's under stress. They also help repair minor bone damage.

In our immortality quest we may be interested to find how these shock absorbers work so that we can maintain bone density even as we age.

I would like to add to that research. Cats' purrs. It is known that
Purring may also reduce pain, help a wounded cat to heal, and even help to keep a cat's bones strong. Cats purr at 27 - 44 hertz, and exposure to similar sound frequencies is known to improve bone density in humans. Purring has also been proven to have positive effects on cell regeneration.

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