Basic questions to debate

Over the years, confronted with the evidence observed, filmed, recorded hundreds of times, questions have arisen because traditional academic education does not provide the answers. Here is a list of these questions and the answers I provide in my book “Architecture of Human living fascia” published by Handspring Publishing.

  1. How is this tissue continuity structured, and how do these fibers ensure tissue cohesion? How do they come together to create a structured form?
  2. How can this fibrillar continuity permit two dynamically opposed roles, ensuring simultaneous mobility, absorption of forces, and sliding, while having no effect on surrounding tissues?
  3. How do these fibers adapt to provide simultaneously mobility and uninterrupted energy supply during physical effort?
  4. How do these fibers, which are under tension, preserve volume and maintain the shape of our bodies?
  5. How can such an apparently chaotic fibrillar system, which contains such a diversity of shapes and combinations of fractal and chaotic patterns, result in coherent and efficient movement and ensure the return of tissues to their resting position after movement ?
  6. Can nature restore harmony to the multifibrillar network when it is subjected to forces that exceed normal physiological limits, as in pathology or as a result of trauma ?
  7. Why does nature use spatially simple but irregular polyhedral forms to build a wide diversity of complex forms?
  8. Are movements predetermined or random?
  9. Why should there be an irregular, chaotic, fractal, non-linear organization when order and linearity have proved to be so effective?
  10. Does this multifibrillar system have the capacity to influence cellular genomic processes?