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What Happens When You Die

Yes, partially decayed zombies are gross,but what REALLY happens to THIS BEAUTIFUL SPECIMEN OF HUMAN MEAT after it diesé Let'sget grossly detailed!!! Death is as natural as birth, but celebrateda lot less. At the moment of death, the brain has a surge of activity as its last oxygenis depleted, and it then goes dark. Hormones which regulate body functions stop being secretedby the brain, and though some physical functions continue for a few minutes, eventually allhuman functions stop and the postdeath process begins. Firstly, at death, all muscles relax. It takesburning oxygen for energy to keep you tense,

no O2, no tension. This includes the body'ssphincters, which is why death often cause defecation and incontinence. Now, just becausethe body is medically DEAD, doesn't mean everything is. Some cells continue burning remainingenergy, which contributes to what happens after we die. Not to mention the 100 trillionbacteria living in our intestines, on our skin and elsewhere. They've been with us ourwhole lives… no reason to stop now. Algor mortis, or the death chill, begins immediatelyat death. On average, a human body loses 1.5 degrees (.83 C) an hour until it reaches roomtemperature. Without a heartbeat, blood and fluids begin the lividity process, succumbingto gravity and pooling at the lowest points

in the body. In lightskinned people, poolingblood is visible outside the body as a dark purplishblue, and after two hours it clots!This is how forensic specialists can tell if a body has been moved. Within three to six hours, rigor mortis setsin, tensing the muscles again. After death, calcium floods the muscles, and bonds withproteins that control muscle contraction. This uncontrolled bonding causes muscles totense for 24to48 hours. The eyes will cloud over during this time, especially if leftopen. And once rigor sets in, they're stuck that way for a while, so that whole closingeye thing in moviesé It's possible as long

as you get to them quickly. Though you mightnot have to, because according to a study in the Indian Journal of Palliative Care,63 percent of people fully closed their eyes at death! Which seems like a lot to me. OKAY. SO. You're dead, and decomposition isstarting. Your cells are dead, and are begining to break down. In this case, cell death happensbecause of necrosis. It's messy, and without circulation, the body can't come clean upthe dead cell. As carbon dioxide builds up and the pH of the tissues rise, the cellsweaken and eventually their membranes break, releasing their insides into the surroundingtissue. Enzymes in that fluid cause damage,

blistering and color changes, this continuesfor a while. By the second or third day putrefaction setsin. Oxygen is been depleted by the natural microorganisms in our respiratory and gastrointestinalsystems, and they've begun to spread into other sections of the body. For example: enzymesin the pancreas cause it to digest itself, and the gut bacteria LOVE that, so they eatit too which turns the abdomen a greenish color. Gas begins to build up, forcing anynondigestibles like feces; out of the body. This is when the smell is just… beyond horrible.I've smelled it, you don't want to. Two organic amine chemicals: putrescine and cadaverineare created during this interaction, and eventually

it makes its way into the blood vessels. Picturea postapocalyptic highway… using that, they get to the rest of the body and oozeout causing a horrid rotting smell. Eventually, necrosis and the work of bacteria changesthe greenishness, to purple, and then BLACK. The smell causes more insects to come layeggs and invade the body. A single blowfly can lay 300 eggs which will hatch in a singleday. Their larvae will hatch and eat tissues nearby for a week as a maggot before transforminginto a fly itself! Over the next week, maggots and bacteria pop holes in the body, releasingthe gas (and the smell) even more. These maggots can consume 60percent of a body in just aweek! But there's still a lot to go, this

Chamberlain Liftmaster Craftsman Garage Door Wont Close

Hello everybody! If your garage door won'tgo down; we've got a short, 1 minute, tip for ya today. As you can see, this door goes up just fine. It's only on the way down that we seem tohave a problem. No matter how many times you hit the button.The door only goes down a couple of inches; and then shoots right back up again. When the door gets back to the top, you'llnotice that the opener light's blinking. In order to fix this problem; we're goingto go locate our sensors at the bottom of

the door opening. THis is the sending sensor. Make sure thelens is clean and that there's nothing obstructing the opening. The amber light, here, will remain on at alltimes. You'll notice on our receiving sensor, thereis no light. We're going to adjust that. Get our hand out of the way. You'll notice we've got a nice steady greenlight now.

If we go hit our wall button. the door'sgoing to go down; just like it should. I hope you found this quick tip helpful. If you did; like our tutorial. Thanks for watching have a great day!.

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