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A brilliant lesson on nerves and how they work. I found this through the wonderful body in mind website. Read the forum going or head over to TedED to find more brilliant lessons.
Thank you to these forward thinking brilliant people. And to the creatives that put the presentations together.

By Educator, Elliot Krane and Animator, Franz Palomares

“At any moment, there is an electrical storm coursing through your body. Discover how chemical reactions create an electric current that drives our responses to everything from hot pans to a mother’s caress.”

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