By Robert B. Campenot

like any mobile organisms people run on electrical energy. Cells paintings like batteries: moderate imbalances of electrical cost throughout phone membranes, as a result of ions relocating out and in of cells, lead to sensation, stream, wisdom, and thinking—the issues we go along with being alive. Robert Campenot deals an available evaluation of animal electricity.

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