Posted 26 May 2012 - 01:23 AM
SSC (selective spinal cord) cooling is a quantum physiological change that allowed for the natural selection of larger human brains. Essentially with SSC cooling, adrenaline secreted during exercise causes an increase in IVC splanchnic vein flow to the liver, where it causes a vascular waterfall that blocks the flow of the femoral vein to the heart such that it must take an alternate channel to the heart via the IVVP (Internal vertebral venous plexus). This causes the IVVP to fill until it closes a valve in a brain sinus that causes a jugular dump of CBF (cerebral blood flow), rather than going down the E(External)VVP. The dump sets off a neural network that causes a transport of BAT (Brown adipose tissue) via the muscular contraction of the shoulder haunches. This is the upper back pain. It injects blood into the IVVP at the lumbar level going up the IVVP, repeating the cycle.Somatosensory lesions to the hindlimb region altered responses to mechanical stimulation in the presence of experimentally-induced inflammation, but did not attenuate the inflammation-induced paw volume changes or the level of pain affect. This demonstrates the presence of pain affect in the absence of somatosensory processing, by inflammatory pain. In the case of projecting crural diaphragm pain, the above may mean that when the crural diaphragm pain is decreased, the affect of the somatosensory cortex on the shoulder haunches (causing the vascular waterfall), is less present, (neither are inflammatory).This means the hindlimb pain caused by walking, when combined with the inflammatory pain from the colon, shifts that pain level of the SI to more sensitive, that causes a transport of BAT via the muscular contraction of the shoulder haunches to recycle the vascular waterfall. The decrease in crural diaphragm pain projecting to the SI (with the C-PAP machine), shifts the pain level to less sensitive. I.E., it decreases back spasms while being applied during the day or night, at the time of application.