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Old 01-02-2009, 11:23 AM   #7
C. David Henderson
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Re: Physical Theory of Aiki?

Raul,

Happy you think so too.

Here's a specific discussion that I found useful:

http://www.anatomytrains.com/explore...rity/explained

One quote in particular reminded me of things Erick is writing about:

"[T]ension and compression often operate at 90 degrees to each other. Tense a rope and its girth goes into compression. The fibers crowd closer and closer together. Load a pillar, and its girth widens slightly, as the weight it is supporting pushes its molecules apart into tension. If you pull on a rope, its fibers compress together. If you push on a pillar, it gets (maybe only a very little) wider in the middle."

Regards,

David
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