The arm-length test
This is not some esoteric fad but a neurological reflex, with the muscles relaxing on one side of the body, while they are contracting on the other. This is why the arms differ in length.
It is a response of our muscular system to stress. Here, the brain controls our muscles via a neuropeptide, the substance P, at the speed of 1,500 meters (about a mile) per second, in ways that make strong muscles suddenly become weak.
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