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We traverse through the cold to reach the last sanatorium up in the heights, where Thomas Mann wrote Tristan . During the journey, an unexpected event suddenly halts the train.
This is not purely hazardous. A roll of the dice will never abolish chance . But we will be safe and sound. It has all been foreseen, evaluated, predicted, anticipated… security and safeness considered.
The train is a metaphor  or the impetus to reach an illusory point that can never be met. The artefact is in the way. Now you are on the bandwagon.
As the curve reaches closer to its fate a rite of passage is lived over and over again. The phase change of water chemistry, sublimation. Through this experiment our participants will reunite in the good death, an escape or weaning . In other lands and times it would have been an object of superstitious reverence or dread.
The intrusion of an impure element then results in the instant-freezing of the water. It is something completely irrational. Some have themselves brought to the tops of mountains with trains, cable cars and even helicopters. It is often thought that this is to appreciate a sublime, untameable nature, since it has been already the theme of many a sublime Romantic painting or poem.
But in fact most Alpine mountain tops are as artificial as a Dutch polder, not just with the cross on top of it, but with mines dug underneath, avalanche protection, restaurants, hotels, ski slopes, ski lifts, half pipes for snowboarders, artificial lakes to produce artificial snow, a view on the urbanized valley below, and in summer cows not for the production of milk and meat but for maintenance.
All of this is realized only to enable people dressed in special clothes, helmets and harnesses, to throw themselves down again literally as soon as they have arrived on top, using sleighs, ski, snowboards or specially designed, and high-tech so-called freeride mountain bikes.
They hardly have a choice. It has to go fast.
Even the sky is filled with gliders and para gliders, enjoying the turbulence along the slopes. An aspect of danger, and at least a flirt with a latent death wish should be involved to feel alive, as a faint memory of older myths.Geraldine Brooks is the author of five novels: the Pulitzer Prize-winning March; the international bestsellers Caleb's Crossing, People of the Book, and Year of Wonders; and, most recently, The Secret ashio-midori.com has also written the acclaimed nonfiction works Nine Parts of Desire and Foreign ashio-midori.com and raised in Australia, she lives on Martha's Vinyard with her husband, the .
Muscle spindles stimulate reflexively a muscle contraction to prevent overstretching and muscle fiber damage, this is known as the stretch or myotatic reflex.
While stretching the muscle spindle, an impulse is immediately sent to the spinal cord and a response to contract the muscle is received, for protecting it from being pulled forcefully or beyond a normal range. Sheikha A.
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The spindles are found in a fluid-filled capsule (mm long and a few hundred µm in diameter), the ends of which attach to exterior sheaths of neighbouring muscle fibres.
Inside the capsule are about half a dozen intrafusal fibres, or modified muscle fibres, that have contractile ends and nuclei in the middle.