Structure vs Flow? Many layers in-between. Intrigued by the layers in the capillary in the process for “electro-osmosis”, So then, I wondered how the heart muscles worked (electricity + cells that are tubular-ish is what they have in common in my mind). I found the same number of layers in the same configuration, even though they were protecting and transporting much different things. Then I looked to see how far back the structure went embryotically. So it goes back to the somite. I counted the layers to the center. Same. It’s a match. Add human skin, and you have a couple more layers against the world (because these things happen inside of bodies which have their own sheathing. —first message where I was intrigued yesterday below.— So, there’s 7 layers. A tube, so the bulk solution is the “4th layer in”. a) Wall. But it’s not inert as it contributes: b) Fixed layer. This fixed layer interacts with c) Diffuse layer which exists in-between the fixed layer and d) bulk solution. c) Diffuse b) Fixed a) Wall.

Structure vs Flow? Many layers in-between.
Intrigued by the layers in the capillary in the process for “electro-osmosis”,
 
So then, I wondered how the heart muscles worked (electricity + cells that are tubular-ish is what they have in common in my mind).
 
I found the same number of layers in the same configuration, even though they were protecting and transporting much different things.
 
Then I looked to see how far back the structure went embryotically. So it goes back to the somite. I counted the layers to the center. Same. It’s a match. Add human skin, and you have a couple more layers against the world (because these things happen inside of bodies which have their own sheathing.
 
—first message where I was intrigued yesterday below.—
So, there’s 7 layers. A tube, so the bulk solution is the “4th layer in”.
a) Wall. But it’s not inert as it contributes:
b) Fixed layer. This fixed layer interacts with
c) Diffuse layer which exists in-between the fixed layer and
d) bulk solution.
c) Diffuse
b) Fixed
a) Wall.somite-to-myocyte

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