Robot Wars Discussion
That makes no sense whatsoever...
'Nerve(s)' is defined as follows-
"The word ‘nerve’ is used in a variety of ways. In classical anatomy, nerves are tough, whitish threads and cables that are found throughout most of the tissues of our body. They form great, tree-like networks that can be traced back to the spinal cord or brain. Like the trunks, branches, and twigs of a tree, the further away a nerve is from the central nervous system, the smaller it is, in general (from more than 1 cm, down to much less than 1 mm in diameter). The role of nerves in communicating information is obvious to anyone who has cut a nerve in an accident. Sensation may be lost in the skin and other tissues to which the severed nerve connects, or there may be spontaneous pain in the affected region; and if the damaged nerve is connected to muscles, they become weak or paralyzed. Perhaps the best-known nerve is the sciatic nerve, which when inflamed or under pressure causes pain, tenderness, and weakness in the back of the leg (sciatica). All such nerves are part of the peripheral nervous system.
Such a peripheral nerve contains microscopic fibers called axons. Groups of a few axons are wrapped together in a delicate fibrous sheath, and bundles of such bundles are again enclosed in a fibrous sheath to form the whole nerve.
Axons are also known as nerve fibers. They are long processes (thin extensions from the main cell body) of neurons, the cells of the nervous system, which, to complicate things further, are also known as ‘nerve cells’. Axons conduct brief electrical..."
So next time 42...please put some logic into your posts...jeez...
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