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Old 11-02-2008, 10:01 AM
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Default comparable electricity in muscles

i want to create a new project about how the body electric impulses can moves muscles and make a comparable system with a normal bateries,

i would like to compare how strong needs to be a body electric impulse to do a, finger movement, a single leg flexion, to kick a soccer balon, to move the superior half body, to move the entire body and running.

i need to know where to find this information.
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