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The Evolutionary Biology of Vortex Rings: Unveiling Nature’s Blueprint for the Heart, Vasomotion, and Flow Patterns

Evolutionary biology provides insights into the remarkable adaptations and structures that have emerged in the natural world over millions of years. Among these fascinating phenomena are vortex rings, which play a crucial role in various natural systems.

From the universal birthing of solar systems to the earth’s atmosphere, oceans and volcanic magma, vortex rings are ubiquitous. Wherever there is fluid dynamics, there are vortex rings at work. They have also been found to shape the development and function of the heart, vasomotion, and flow patterns. This article explores the connection between vortex rings and evolutionary biology. I would like to shed some light on their role within the cardiovascular system.

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What is a Body?

What is a Body? Really?​ I can see Body as an emergent, relational, generative process, unfolding from the vastness of what David Bohm called the Implicit Order – The Ground. Through the lens of each person’s life experience, it is given a context and meaning, in each moment, as it seeks to fold back into Wholeness the conditional influences of our environmental, historical, collective and cultural milieu that converge within the organismic biology of what we commonly call I or Me, a ​body​.

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