Circadian cycles and the pineal gland:
k.p.collins at worldnet.att.net_NOSPAM
Wed Feb 26 10:04:14 EST 2003
"John H." <johnh at faraway.xxx> wrote in message
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| Thanks Ken, but I found what I needed. Apparently no direct
| pineal but rather via SCN then to cervical ganglia then to pineal.
| about roundabout way!
Yeah. 'Tortured' routes are one of the hallmarks I look for when
hypothesizing about the sort of functional switch-over [redirection]
that I discussed in my prior reply. There's an 'incompleteness' in
their relative mapping-elegance that correlates with phylogenetic
'work-in-progress' - 'sticks out' like a 'sore thumb'.
Cheers, John, ken
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