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[自然百科] 【整理】2008-04-14 A Cat Has Nine Lives 猫有九条命

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trammel should be changed into trauma,in my opinion. It's more logic.

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The cats, earliest ancestors, probably hunted both on the ground and in the trees. To survive, they need not only claws, but remarkable balance, an aptitude all cats retain to this day.

 

In keeping with its reputation, the cat ususally does land on all falls. And scientists have come to understand how. Slow-motion photography reveals that cats always right themselves in a precise order. Their head rotates first based on messages from the eyes and inner ear. Then, the spine twists and the rear quarters alined. At the same time, the cat arches its back to reduce the force of impact.

 

Despite its agility, the cat faces particular dangers in today's modern cities. Here although hundreds of feet above the ground, the indoor cat is just attracted by moving prey as is any other cat. If any thing, it may be a still crazy bundle of energy. So many cats actually careen through unscreened windows, that the phenomenon now has a name, high-rise syndrome. At the Animal Medical Center in New York City, doctors were perplexed when they found that victims of higher falls often had less severe injuries than those that fell a shorter distance.

 

It's been about a month since you were here left. We'd been puzzled by the high-rise syndrome for a long time, the name that we give for cats falling out of windows. A clinical impression is that the cats that fall from medium-level stories are hurt much worse than cats that fell from even greater distances. It seems that the fire logic that cats that would fall farther would be hurt less. So we undertook a study to examine the records on cats that had been admitted here for falling out of windows. And it actually confirmed that our clinical impression was correct. It seems that cats that fall from higher stories have enough time to reach free fall like a parachutist and are relaxed when you experienced trauma, you are relaxed, you'll probably avoid injury when you experienced trauma when you are very rigid and very tight, you will turn a maximized injury.

 

 

The cat may not have nine lives. But its uncanny abilities sail through the air is almost certainly responsible for the myth.

[ 本帖最后由 春山如笑 于 2008-4-15 12:11 编辑 ]
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The cats, earliest ancestors, probably hunted both on the ground and in the trees. To survive, they need not only claws but remarkable balance, an aptitude all cats retain to this day. In keeping with its reputation, the cat usually does land on all fours. And scientists have come to understand how. Slow-motion photography reveals that cats always write themselves in a precise order. The head rotates first based on messages from the eyes and inner ear. Then, the spine twists and the rear quarters align. At the same time, the cat arches its back to reduce the force of impact.

 

Despite its agility, the cat faces particular dangers in today's modern cities. Here although hundreds of feet above the ground, the indoor cat is just attracted by moving prey as is any other cat. If any thing, it may be a stir-crazy bundle of energy. So many cats actually careen through unscreened windows, that the phenomenon now has a name, high-rise syndrome. At the Animal Medical Center in New York City, doctors were perplexed when they found that victims of higher falls often had less severe injuries than those that fell a shorter distance.

 

It's been about a month since you were here left.

 

We'd been puzzled by the high-rise syndrome for a long time, the name that we give for cats falling out of windows. A clinical impression is that the cats that fall from medium-level stories are hurt much worse than cats that fell from even greater distances. That seemed that defied our logic that cats that would fall farther would be hurt less. So we undertook a study to examine the records on cats that had been admitted here for falling out of windows. And it actually confirmed that our clinical impression was correct. It seems that cats that fall from higher storeys have enough time to reach free fall like a parachutist and are relaxed when you experience trauma when you are relaxed, you'll probably avoid injury when you experience trauma when you are very rigid and very tight, you will tend a maximized injury.

 

The cats may not have nine lives. But their uncanny ability to sail through the air is almost certainly responsible for the myth.

 

[ 本帖最后由 春山如笑 于 2008-4-15 12:12 编辑 ]
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The cats' earliest ancestors, probably hunted both on the ground and in the trees. To survive, they needed not only claws, but remarkable balance, an aptitude all cats retain to this day. In keeping with its reputation, the cat usually does land on all fours. And scientists have come to understand how. Slow-motion photography reveals that cats always right themselves in a precise order. The head rotates first based on messages from the eyes and inner ear. Then, the spine twists and the rear quarters align. At the same time, the cat arches its back to reduce the force of impact.

 

Despite its agility, the cat faces particular dangers in today's modern cities. Here although hundreds of feet above the ground, the indoor cat is just as attracted by moving prey as is any other cat. If any thing, it may be a stir-crazy bundle of energy. So many cats actually careen through unscreened windows, that the phenomenon now has a name, high-rise syndrome. At the Animal Medical Center in New York City, doctors were perplexed when they found that victims of higher falls often had less severe injuries than those that fell a shorter distance.

 

It's been about a month since you were here left. We'd been puzzled by the high-rise syndrome for a long time, the name that we give for cats falling out of windows. A clinical impression is that / cats that fall from medium-level stories are hurt much worse than cats that fell from even greater distances. That seemed to defy our logic that cats that would fall farther would be hurt less. So we undertook a study to examine the records on cats that had been admitted here for falling out of windows. And it actually confirmed that our clinical impression was correct. It seems that cats that fall from higher stories have enough time to reach free fall like a parachutist and are relaxed when you experience trammel when you are relaxed, you'll probably avoid injury; when you experience trammel when you are very rigid and very tight, you will tend a maximized injury.

 

The cat may not have nine lives. But its uncanny abilities to sail through the air is almost certainly responsible for the myth.

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The cats, earliest ancestors, probably hunted both on the ground and in the trees. To survive, they need not only claws, but remarkable balance, an aptitude all cats retain to this day.

In keeping with its reputation, the cat usually does land on all fours. And scientists have come to understand how. Slow-motion photography reveals that cats always right themselves in a precise order. The head rotates first based on messages from the eyes and inner ear. Then, the spine twists and the rear quarters align. At the same time, the cat arches its back to reduce the force of impact.

 

Despite its agility, the cat faces particular dangers in today's modern cities. Here although hundreds of feet above the ground, the indoor cat is just attracted by moving prey as is any other cat. If any thing, it may be a stir-crazy bundle of energy. So many cats actually careen through unscreened windows, that the phenomenon now has a name, high-rise syndrome. At the Animal Medical Center in New York City, doctors were perplexed when they found that victims of higher falls often had less severe injuries than those that fell a shorter distance.

 

It's been about a month since you were here left. We'd been puzzled by the high-rise syndrome for a long time, the name that we give for cats falling out of windows. A clinical impression is that the cats that fall from medium-level stories are hurt much worse than cats that fell from even greater distances. That seemed that defy our logic that cats that would fall farther would be hurt less. So we undertook a study to examine the records on cats that had been admitted here for falling out of windows. And it actually confirmed that our clinical impression was correct. It seems that cats that fall from higher stories have enough time to reach free fall like a parachutist and are relaxed when you experience trammel when you are relaxed, you'll probably avoid injury. When you experience trammel when you are very rigid and very tight, you will tend a maximized injury.

 

The cat may not have nine lives. But its uncanny abilities to sail through the air is almost certainly responsible for the myth.

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the cats,earliest ancestors,probably hunted both on the ground and in the trees,to survive they needed not only claws but remarkble balance,and aptitude all cats retain to this day.in keeping with its reputation,the cat usually dose land on all fours.and scientists have come to understand how.slow motion photography reveals that cats always right themselves in the precious order.the head rotates first.based on the messages from the eyes and inner ear.then,the spine twists and the real quarter align.at the same time,the cat arches its back.to reduce the force impact.despite the jolity,the cat faces the particular danger in today's modern cities.here although hundreds of feet above ground.the indoor cats has just attracted by moving prey as any other cats.if anything it may be a stir crazy abundant energy.so many cats actually crane through unscreened windows that the phenomena now has a name.high rise singular. at the animal medical ***.New York city,doctor were perplexed.when they found the victims of high falls.often had less severe injuries than those that fall a short distances.we've been puzzled by the high rize single for long time.as the name we give for cats falling out of window.clinical impression is that cats fall from the media level storeys are hurt much worse than cats fall from evev greater distances.It seems that a fly logic , that the cats would fall far they would be hurt less.so we undertook a study do exam a records on cats are committed to fall out of windows.and actually confirmed our chronical impression was correct.it seems that cats that fall from higher storeys and have enough time to reach free fall like a parachutist and are relaxed.and when you experience trammel when you are relaxed,you are probably avoid injury and when you experience trammel when you are very rigid and very tight,you'll tend a maximized injury. the cat may have nine lives,but its uncanny abilities sail through the air is most certainly responsible for the myth.

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The cats, earliest ancestors, probably hunted both on the ground and in the trees. To survive, they need not only claws, but remarkable balance, an aptitude all cats retain to this day. In keeping with its reputation, they cat usually does land on all fours. And scientists have come to understand how. Slow-motion photography reveals that cats always right themselves in a precise order. The head rotates first based on messages from the eyes and inner ear. Then, the spine twists and the rear quarters align. At the same time, the cat arches its back to reduce the force of impact.

 

Despite its agility, the cat faces particular dangers in today's modern cities. Here although hundreds of feet above the ground, the indoor cat is just attracted by moving prey as is any other cat. If any thing, it may be a stir-crazy bundle of energy. So many cats actually careen through unscreened windows, that the phenomenon now has a name, high-rise syndrome. At the Animal Medical Center in New York City, doctors were perplexed when they found that victims of higher falls often had less severe injuries than those that fell a shorter distance.

 

It's been about a month since you were here, lad. We'd been puzzled by the high-rise syndrome for a long time, the name that we give for cats falling out of windows. A clinical impression is that the cats that fall from medium-level stories are hurt much worse than cats that fell from even greater distances. That seemed that defy our logic that cats that would fall farther would be hurt less. So we undertook a study to examine the records on cats that had been admitted here for falling out of windows. And it actually confirmed that our clinical impression was correct. It seems that cats that fall from higher stories have enough time to reach free fall like a parachutist and are relaxed when you experience trauma when you are relaxed, you'll probably avoid injury when you experience trauma. When you are very rigid and very tight, you will tend a maximized injury.

 

The cat may not have nine lives. But its uncanny abilities to sail through the air is almost certainly responsible for the myth.

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The cats' earliest ancestors, probably hunted both on the ground and in the trees. To survive, they needed not only claws, but remarkable balance, an aptitude all cats retain to this day. In keeping with its reputation, the cat usually does land on all fours. And scientists have come to understand how. Slow-motion photography reveals that cats always right themselves in a precise order. The head rotates first based on messages from the eyes and inner ear. Then, the spine twists and the rear quarters align. At the same time, the cat arches its back to reduce the force of impact.

 

Despite its agility, the cat faces particular dangers in today's modern cities. Here although hundreds of feet above the ground, the indoor cat is just as attracted by moving prey as is any other cat. If any thing, it may be a stir-crazy bundle of energy. So many cats actually careen through unscreened windows, that the phenomenon now has a name, high-rise syndrome. At the Animal Medical Center in New York City, doctors were perplexed when they found that victims of higher falls often had less severe injuries than those that fell a shorter distance.

 

It's been about a month since you were here, lad. We'd been puzzled by the high-rise syndrome for a long time, the name that we give for cats falling out of windows. A clinical impression is that / cats that fall from medium-level stories are hurt much worse than cats that fell from even greater distances. That seemed to defy our logic that cats that would fall farther would be hurt less. So we undertook a study to examine the records on cats that had been admitted here for falling out of windows. And it actually confirmed that our clinical impression was correct. It seems that cats that fall from higher stories have enough time to reach free fall like a parachutist and are relaxed when you experience trauma when you are relaxed, you'll probably avoid injury; when you experience trauma when you are very rigid and very tight, you will tend a maximized injury.

 

The cat may not have nine lives. But its uncanny abilities to sail through the air is almost certainly responsible for the myth.

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The cats, earliest ancestors, probably hunt on the ground and in the trees. To survive, they need not only claws, but remarkable balance and aptitude all cats retain to this day. In keep with its reputation, the cat usually does land on all fours and scientists have come to understand how.

 

Slow motion photography reviews that cats always * themselves in precise order. The head rotates first, based on messages form the eyes and inner ear. Then the spine twists and the real quarters align. At the same time, the cat ach* its back to reduce the force of impact.

 

Despite its *, the cat faces particular dangers in today’s modern cities. Here although hundreds of feet above the ground, the indoor cat is just * a moving prey as any other cat. If anything, it may be a stir crazy bundle of *. So many cats actually * through unscreened windows. That phenomenon now has a name, high-rise syndrome.

 

At the animal medical centre in New York City, doctors would perplex when they found that victims of higher falls often have less severe injuries than those that fall a shorter distance.

 

We’ve been puzzled about the high-rise syndrome for a long time, and the name that we give for cats falling out of windows. Our clinical impression is that the cats that fall from median level stories are hurt much worse than cats that fall from a even greater distances. That seems farther a logic that cats that would fall farther would be hurt less **. So we undertook the study to examine the record on cats that have been admitted here for falling out of the windows. And actually, confirmed our clinical impression was correct. It seems that cats that fall from high stories have enough time to reach free fours like parachutes and we’re relaxed. When you experience trauma, when you’re relaxed, you’ll probably avoid injuries. And when you experience trauma, you’re very rigid and very tight, you’ll tend to maximize injury.

 

The cat may not have 9 lives, but its uncanny ability to sail through the air is almost certainly responsible for the myth.

 

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The cats, earliest ancesters, probably hunted both on the ground and in the trees. To survive, they needed not only claws, but remarkable balance, an aptitude all cats retain to this day. In keeping with its reputation, the cat ususally does land on all falls. And scientists have come to understand how. Slow-motion photography reveals that cats always right themselves in a precise order. Their head rotates first based on massages from the eyes and inner ear. Then, the spine twists and the rear quarters alined. At the same time, the cat arches its back to reduce the force of impact. Despite its agility, the cat faces particular dangers in today's modern cities. Here although hundreds of feet above the ground, the indoor cat is just attracted by moving prey as is any other cat. If any thing, it may be a still crazy bundle of energy. So many cats actually careen through unsceened windows, that the phenomenon now has a name, high-rise syndrome. At the Animal Medical Center in New York City, doctors were perplexed when they found that victims of higher falles often had less severe injuries than those that fell a shorter distance. It's been about a month since you were here left. We'd been puzzled by the high-rise syndrome for a long time, the name we gave for cats falling out of windows. A clinical impression is that the cats that fall from medium-level stories are hurt much worse than cats that fell from even greater distances. It seems that the fire logic that cats that would fall farther would be hurt less. So we undertook a study to examine the records on cats that had been admitted here for falling out of windows. And it actually confirmed that our clinical impression was correct. It seems that cats that fall from higher stories have enough time to reach free fall like a parachutist and are relaxed when you expiry charmer you are relaxed, you'll probably avoid injury when you expiry charmer when you are very rigid and very tight, you will tend a maximized injury. The cat may not have nine lives. But its uncanny abilities to sail through the air is almost certainly responsible for the myth.

Homework

The cats earlist ancestors prabably hunted both on the ground and in the trees.
To survive ,they not only need claws but remarkable balance ,an aptitude all cats retain to

this day.
In keeping with its reputation,the cat usually does land on all fours,and scientists have

come to understand how.
slow-motion photography reveals that cats always right themselves in a precise order.
The head rotates first based on  messages from their eyes and inner ear,
then the spin twists and accords a line,
at the same time the cat arches its back to reduce the force of impact.
despite its agility, the cat faces particular dangers in today's modern cities.
here although hundreds feets above the ground,the indoor cat is  just as attracted by

moving prey as it's there any other cat.
if anything ,it maybe stir-crazy bundle of energy.
So many cats actually careen through unscreen windows ,the phenomenon now has a name,high

rise syndrome.
At the medical center in New York city,doctors were perplexed when they found the victims

of higher falls often had less severe injuries than those fell a shorter distance.
we've been puzzled by the high  rise symdrome for a long time,the name we've given for cats

faling out of  windows.
The clinical expression cats fall from medium level stories hurt much worse than cats fall

from greater distance.
That seems the dely our logic that the cats fall further will be hurt less.
So we undertook a study to examine the records on cats fall out of  the windows.
Actully confirm the colinical expressions are correct.
that seems the cats fall from  higher stories ,they have enough time to reach free fall

like parachutist and  are relaxed. and when you experiece a trauma when you are relaxed
you will problebly avoid injury.When you experience a trauma when you are vary rigid and

very tight,you'll attain a maximum injury.
The cat may not have nine lives.
but its nucanny abilites to sail throught the air is almost certainly resposible for the

myth.

Homework

The cat's earliest ancestors probably hunted both on the ground and in the trees. To survive, they needed not only claws, but remarkable balance, an aptitude all cats retain to this day. In keeping with its reputation, the cat usually does land on all fours, and scientists have come to understand how. Slow-motion photography reviews that cats always right themselves in a   order. The head rotates first based on messages from the eyes and inner ear. Then, the   twists and the rear quarters  . At the same time, the cat arches its back to reduce the force of impact.
Despite its agility, the cat faces particular dangers in today's modern cities. Here although hundreds of feet above the ground, the indoor cat is just as attracted by moving  as is any other cat. If any thing, it may be a stir-crazy    of energy. So many cats actually    through unscreened windows that the phenomenon now has a name, high-rise  . At the Animal Medical Center in New York City, doctors were perplexed when they found that victims of higher falls often had less severe injuries than those that fell a shorter distance.
It's been about a month since you were here, lad. We'd been puzzled by the high-rise   for a long time, the name that we give for cats falling out of windows. A clinical impression is that cats that fall from medium-level stories are hurt much worse than cats that fell from even greater distances. That seemed to defy our logic that cats that would fall farther would be hurt less. So we undertook a study to examine the records on cats that had been admitted here for falling out of windows. And it actually confirmed that our clinical impression was correct. It seems that cats that fall from higher stories have enough time to reach free fall like a parachutist and are relaxed when you experience trauma when you are relaxed, you'll probably avoid injury; when you experience trauma when you are very rigid and very tight, you will attain a maximized injury.
The cat may not have nine lives. But its uncanny abilities to sail through the air is almost certainly responsible for the myth.
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The cat’s earliest ancestors probably hunted both on the ground and in the trees. To survive, they needed not only claws, but remarkable balance, an aptitude all cats retain to this day. In keeping with its reputation, the cat usually does land on all fours, and scientists have come to understand how.

Slow motion photography reviews that cats always ride themselves in a precise order. The head rotates first, based on messages from the eyes and inner ear. Then the spine twists and the rear quarters align. At the same time, the cat arches its back to reduce the force of impact.

Despite its agility, the cat faces particular dangers in today’s modern cities. Here although hundreds of feet above the ground, the indoor cat is just attracted by moving prey as is any other cat. If anything, it may be a stir-crazy bundle of energy. So may cats actually careen through unscreened windows that the phenomenon now has a name -- high-rise syndrome. At the Animal Medical Center in New York City, doctors were perplexed when they found that victims of higher falls often had less severe injuries than those that fell a shorter distance.

“It's been about a month since you were here, Lad.”

“We’ve been puzzled by the high-rise syndrome for a long time, the name that we give for cats falling out of windows. A clinical impression is that cats that fall from medium-level stories are hurt much worse than cats that fall from even greater distances. That seemed to defy our logic that cats that would fall farther would be hurt less. So we undertook a study to examine their records on cats that had been admitted here for falling out of windows. And it actually confirmed our clinical impression was correct. It seems that cats that fall from higher stories have enough time to reach free fall like a parachutist and are relaxed. When you experience trauma when you are relaxed, you will probably avoid injury. When you experience trauma when you are very rigid and very tight, you will attain a maximized injury.”

The cat may not have nine lives, but its uncanny ability to sail through the air is almost certainly responsible for the myth.
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