ANTARCTIC MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY: TREATMENT OF INJURY

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INJURY TREATMENT:

ANTARCTIC MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY: TREATMENT OF INJURY
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Homer: HOMER SCENE-ENC/Ref@5441
Homer: SCENE-PD/TRef@5442
SciTech: TRANSPORT
Historical Cultural: LIFESTYLES, SIG
Homer: SCENE-PD/TRef@5443
Geography: CHICAGO CORRIDOR
SciTech: MAGLEV TRANSPORT
Homer: SCENE-T/Ref@5444
Historical Cultural: MIND WARS, STATISTIC (CHILOCAL)
Geography: TEXT INFORMATION SPRINGFIELD WEATHER

As is common with Antarctica, little is known of Ant medical technologies. However, information brought back by visitors suggests widespread use of induction fields for treatment of tissue injuries. These are probably developments from standard longevity treatments, combined with various subtle forms of tissue manipulation whose origins are attributed to ancient Chinese practice. Certainly the induction fields are based on extremely complex picoelectronic circuits, and work on the subcellular level, possibly creating a magnetic resonance with the biochemical flux inside tissues. Technology is not reproducible in Intercorp Sphere.

Keywords: tissue, fields, induction


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