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Involuntary Response

Responses that are not controlled by the individual, for example when someone flashes something past your face your involuntary Response may be to blink.


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what about gills?

... morning, it was not bad, but happening a lot. It's sort of like an itch response I guess. Ok, I was half awake, but at first it seemed like it was ... some super ancient vestige of gills that retained this voluntary and involuntary movement along with a slight neurological instinct for breathing ...

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by notRoman
Wed Dec 07, 2011 9:20 am
 
Forum: Evolution
Topic: what about gills?
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Re: weight lifting, repetitions & evolution theory

... the stimulus, the worse the pain, until we reach the point of involuntary retreat from that hot stove. Likewise with sleep — our bodies ... — for example, the ability of some animals to change their coats in response to environment. Humans (of certain tones) can "change" ...

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by Lenoxus
Mon Apr 26, 2010 12:08 am
 
Forum: Evolution
Topic: weight lifting, repetitions & evolution theory
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