[Paleopsych] why does disaster cripple our two brains?

Steve Hovland shovland at mindspring.com
Sun Apr 10 03:56:52 UTC 2005

Presently it would seem that every part of the body
talks to every other part of the body.

There are almost 4000 enzymes in the human
body system and many special protein fragments.

It may be that part of the process of repairing DNA
involves commmunicating with nearby cells with
good DNA and "getting advice" enzymatically about
what to do to make the repair.  If many cells are
damaged then the wrong messages may be sent
or received, increasing the damage.

Disaster stresses every part of the system, which
may increase the likelihood of death.  Maintaining
the system in the face of disaster may provide
the basis for recovery.

Steve Hovland

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