A term used by occultists, spiritualists and theosophists for the out of body experience. It is believed to result when the astral body separates from the physical body.
Energy centers throughout the body responsible for the condition of your mind, body and spirit.
out of body experience
a sensation of consciousness leaving the physical body
an (apparently) flying object whose nature is unknown
a monster able to change appearance from human to wolf
a female sorcerer or magician
a male sovereign
an unshaved growth of hair on the upper lip
not able to be wounded or hurt; shielded against attack
kill as a means of socially sanctioned punishment
form into a spiral shape
ride that holds you against a wall as it spins
having powers above normal humans
a usually brief state of excitement and mental confusion often accompanied by hallucinations; also the name of a ride at kings island that swings and spins(see picture)
ride located at fantasy island that goes upside down, spins, and has a surprise in store towards the end...this guy thinks he's riding it!
Unidentified flying object; also a ride at darien lake that spins standing people up sideways
venomous Old World snakes characterized by hollow venom-conducting fangs in the upper jaw; also a rollercoaster at darien lake
an exciting ride in an amusement park, which is like a fast train.
diving to deep places under water
Breath awareness and breathing techniques.
an insane person
building people stay at overnight (you can see one from the top of the highest rollercoaster at darien lake)
Awareness that a dream is a dream while it is happening
a monster that lives under the sea
someone engaged in or experienced in warfare that may kill a monster such as this one
a cutting or thrusting weapon with a long blade
one who practices magic or sorcery
This sword is not the same sword as what a ninja would use, though very similar. They share the same name, but the normal katana is made for Samurai. The ninja katana had a much wider guard so it could be used to be stepped on to climb. Some swords held hidden weapons such as poisons or small knives. Some split in half. Some though very few, could be folded to be used as a bow. Also, some swords were curved while the ninja katana was not.
a waste pipe that carries away sewage or surface water
n, a person who practices black magic, a wizard
mechanical breathing using a ventilator
airway pressure release ventilation
Spontaneous breaths at elevated pressure with short intermittent decreases in pressure to zero or 90% of CPAP.
book of shadows
A book of records; Records your personal journey on your Path.
a seal, sign, or signature. A symbol used to represent a spiritual force, such as an angel, archangel, or a divine name of God. Any name or word can be made into a sigil.
a grand marquis of heck in demonology(the picture is scary, just like him)
great president of heck
n. An avenging deity or spirit, the masculine personification of Nemesis, frequently evoked in Greek tragedy.
(New Testament) a personification of wealth and avarice as an evil spirit
grand duke of heck
The demon of Ingenious Discoveries and Wealth
a male demon believed to lie on sleeping persons and to have sexual intercourse with sleeping women
a female demon believed to have sexual intercourse with sleeping men
Rides a horse and carries a scepter and lance. In Hell he commands sixty legions of devils
one of the fallen angels
huge creature; something of monstrous size or power
duke demon that rules eastside heck
was the demon who kept killing sarah's husbands. is a king of demons mostly known from the deuterocanonical Book of Tobit.
Medieval folklore) - Hybrid between a human and an incubus or succubus
A God known to mystics in ancient times who contains both good and evil aspects. Abraxas captures Sinclair's imagination more than the Christian God, who is only a God of the good, the holy. The later part of Sinclair's preparatory school years are spent in search and study of Abraxas.
controlled mechanical ventilation
patient does not participate in ventilations, useful in apneic or heavily sedated patients, patients must be incapable of initiating breaths, rarely used
diving breathing gas of mostly hydrogen; also a brand of cookie????
a Finnish steam bath
The system used when scuba diving that recycles the air breathed back into the tank for further use.
a place of business with equipment and facilities for exercising and improving physical fitness
A term generally applied to carbon dioxide, especially in mines in large amounts to make u pass out
a slight wetness; an asphyxiant atmosphere as in a mine when the air settles in certain places
a thick vaporous atmosphere, often noxious.
describes the gaseous state of a substance that is generally a liquid or solid at room temperature
a solid, hard black substance that burns and gives off heat. Coal is composed mostly of carbon. It is formed from partly decayed vegetable matter under great pressure and heat in the earth.
deficient movement of air into and out of the lungs, causing hypercapnia
excessive level of carbon dioxide in the blood
damp or slightly wet
a thick, slippery substance produced by the body
process that requires oxygen
(anatomy) a muscular partition separating the abdominal and thoracic cavities
the act of inhaling; an idea
the process of taking in and expelling air during breathing
Amount of air that moves in and out of the lungs during a normal breath
the bodily process of inhalation and exhalation
the act of supplying fresh air and getting rid of foul air
breathing, transport of gases, and exchange of gases with tissue cells; Provides O2 for cellular respiration and removes its waste product, CO2
a substance capable of reducing the surface tension of a liquid in which it is dissolved
restrictive lung disease
disease of the lung that causes a decrease in lung volumes
tiny sacs of lung tissue specialized for the movement of gases between air and blood
the act of taking in air as the diaphragm contracts and pulls downward(hard to do with a wet towel on your face)
slow respiratory rate, usually below 10 respirations per minute
APPROXIMATELY 6 TO 8 BREATHS PER MINUTE
Performed at approximately one half the normal breathing rate (number of breaths per minute divided by 2): IN-2-3-4/OUT-2-3-4/IN-2-3-4/OUT-2-3-4 ...
collapse of alveoli, preventing the normal respiratory exchange of oxygen and carbon dioxide.
process of moving air into and out of the lungs; breathing
irregular, gasping breaths that precede apnea and death
Throat; passageway for food to the esophagus and air to the larynx
voice box; passageway for air moving from pharynx to trachea; contains vocal cords
pertaining to respiration
branches of the secondary bronchi that divide into bronchioles; also called segmental bronchi
a bluish discoloration of the skin and mucous membranes
any of the smallest bronchial ducts
pus in the chest cavity
deficient amount of oxygen in the blood
visual examination of the bronchi
Movement of oxygen from the lungs to the blood and of carbon dioxide from the blood to the lungs
fleshy structures surrounding the mouth
lack of oxygen
Without Oxygen the body uses Anaerobic respiration which results in the accumulation of Lactic Acid in the muscle tissue. This is the muscle fatigue during exercise. The Lactic Acid usually stays in the muscle tissue for 30 - 60 minutes.
two spongy organs, located in the thoracic cavity enclosed by the diaphragm and rib cage, responsible for respiration
membranous tube with cartilaginous rings that conveys inhaled air from the larynx to the bronchi
a sound like whistling or snoring that is heard with a stethoscope during expiration as air passes through obstructed channels
protrude from each lateral wall into breathing passages, increases mucosal surface. under each one is a meatus that drains secretions of sinuses and tears
the act of snoring or producing a snoring sound
branched airways that lead from the trachea to the microscopic air sacs called alveoli
a manner of articulation involving an audible release of breath
abnormal presence of air in the pleural cavity resulting in the collapse of the lung
an excessive discharge of mucus from the bronchi
Frequent passage of loose, watery stools
fluid accumulation in the alveoli and bronchioles
apnea that occurs during sleep
relating to breathing with a whistling sound
Insertion of a tube into the trachea to allow airflow
a measuring instrument for measuring the vital capacity of the lungs
a spasm of the bronchi that makes exhalation difficult and noisy
severe hypoxia(you wouldn't write very well if at all)
lack of oxygen
Condition caused by insufficient intake of oxygen
an external monitor placed on the patient's finger or earlobe to measure the oxygen saturation level in the blood
the cavity behind the nose and above the roof of the mouth that filters air and moves mucous and inhaled contaminants outward and away form the lungs.
Fluid accumulates in the pleural cavity surrounding the lungs and makes breathing difficult.
loss of breath, as from excitement, anticipation, or tension
thick mucus secreted by the tissues lining the respiratory passages
carbon monoxide poisoning
a toxic condition that results from inhaling and absorbing carbon monoxide gas
control of respiration
high levels of CO2, (not low levels of O2) single for rapid breathing.
CO2 builds up, carbonic anhydrase iniaites reaction producing proton that binds to chemoreceptor signaling to brain to breathe!
Respiration in the absence of oxygen. This produces lactic acid.
a protective mask with a filter
breath of air
Breath of fresh air
a device worn over one's mouth and nose, and sometimes eyes, to allow one to breathe without being exposed to dangerous chemicals in the air
a distinctive odor that is offensively unpleasant
harmful, poisonous, or very unpleasant
a toxic mixture of gases (including carbon dioxide and carbon monoxide and nitrogen) after an explosion of firedamp in a mine
a life believed to follow death
(cosmology) a hypothetical form of matter that is believed to make up 90 percent of the matter in the universe
French astrologer who wrote cryptic predictions whose interpretations are still being debated (1503-1566)
the system for taking in oxygen and giving off carbon dioxide
acidosis resulting from reduced gas exchange in the lungs (as in emphysema or pneumonia)
a disease affecting the respiratory system
everlasting seal on something, in the ground perhaps
a patient exhales forcefully, then inhales a known concentration of Helium gas for several minutes; the concentration of Helium becomes equal in the lungs and the spirometer; volume and concentration of Helium in the exhaled gas is then measured
NG tube that can detect diaphragm action
deep breathing and inspirometer
of or relating to the diaphragm
a metal-bearing mineral valuable enough to be mined
the maximum amount of air that can be exhaled after a maximum inhalation (usually tested with a spirometer)
pleura that lines the inner chest walls and covers the diaphragm
The secondary purposes of the upper passageways of the respiratory system are to do this
the pressure between the two pleural layers in the pleural cavity, which is always subatmospheric; also called intrathoracic pressure
conduit consisting of a long hollow object (usually cylindrical) used to hold and conduct objects or liquids or gases
A soft slate, shale, or rock from approximately 1 cm to 10 cm thick and located immediately above certain coal seams which falls quite easily when the coal support is withdrawn.
a sedimentary rock formed by the deposition of successive layers of clay
coal that is found under ground in large areas in a horizontal band.
excavation in the earth from which ores and minerals are extracted
-Reduction in airflow between 4%-50% with 4% drop in SpO2 or 3 second arousal
-Greater than50% reduction is an Apnea
(acoustics) a wave that transmits sound
(pathology) sudden constriction of a hollow organ (as a blood vessel)
an intermediate and invisible level of reality between the physical plane and higher, more divine realms. It is the common boundary between the individual and noumenal reality. A non-physical level of existence which is the basis of the physical plane. The astral plane has several "layers" of density and vibrational rate. The upper astral lies close to the angelic realms, while the lower astral is the world of dreams and phantasms. The astral plane contains many non-physical entites.
knowledge of an event before it occurs
cause fear in
made or declared or believed to be holy
like the unthinking functioning of a machine
when the current carries a diver through the water
a large burial chamber, usually above ground
a place for the burial of a corpse (especially beneath the ground and marked by a tombstone)
a blue blob
watercourse that consists of an open artificial chute filled with water for power or for carrying logs
dull heavy thud
a blemish made by dirt
water in which dishes and cooking utensils are washed
essentially a giant interstellar bubble, formed when the shock waves of many individual bubbles merge to form a single giant shock wave.
an upright suppot made in a variety of turned forms
to express great joy
the area covered by lava as it pours out of a volcano's vent
a deep ravine or gulch, usually dry, that has been formed by running water
not consisting of matter
a person trained to travel in a spacecraft
bedding that keeps a person warm in bed
a high-pitched woodwind instrument
A small flute sounding an octave higher than the ordinary flute.
the technical aspects of doing something
any place of complete bliss and delight and peace
(theology) in Roman Catholic theology the place where those who have died in a state of grace undergo limited torment to expiate their sins
pattern of breathing characterized by a gradual increase of depth and sometimes rate to a maximum level, followed by a decrease, resulting in apnea
Slimy brown stuff
the elimination of fecal waste through the anus
out of body experience.
first video arcade game released in 1972
underground room in fortress often used to keep prisoners
supernatural; going beyond ordinary experience or belief
beneath the surface of the water
an underwater swimmer equipped with a face mask and foot fins and either a snorkel or an air cylinder
any location outside the Earth's atmosphere
a pressure suit worn by astronauts while in outer space
illusion of stuff rolling uphill
a large cloud of dust and gas that can break apart into smaller pieces and form stars
abnormal attraction to filth
a liking for hands
a protective covering worn over the face
likes to play with puppets
small soft-furred South American and Central American monkey with claws instead of nails
a colorless flammable gas used chiefly in welding and in organic synthesis
a hard gary-black mineral consisting of corundum and either hematite or magnetite
Captain America was the alter ego of Steve Rogers, a frail young man who was enhanced to the peak of human perfection by an experimental serum in order to aid the United States war effort. Captain America wears a costume that bears an American flag motif, and is armed with an indestructible shield that can be thrown as a weapon
dermatitis resulting from contact with the poison ivy plant
the doctrine or belief that God is the universe and its phenomena (taken or conceived of as a whole) or the doctrine that regards the universe as a manifestation of God
Made up of groups that rejected the council of Chalcedon. Claims that jesus has only one nature, blending the human and the divine.
Founded by Joseph Smith, who claimed he was visited by God, and in 1830 he published a document called The Book of Mormon. He said it was a translation of a set of gold tablets he had found in the hills of New York, revealed to him by an angel of God.
Islands contained in a rough triangle whose points lie in Hawaii, New Zealand, and Easter Island
a body of stories about gods and heroes that try to explain how the world works
is a spiritual discipline founded in China by Li Hongzhi. The teachings deal with issues such as "cultivation of virtue and character", "moral standards for different levels", and "salvation of all sentient beings."
North Korea's forced reverence of its dictator., Absolute loyalty to the leader of North Korea and the Party, emphasizing Korean military and economic self-reliance.
Native Americans in Pennsylvania which made a treaty with William Penn; also known as Leni Lenape and Delaware tribe
2-3 periods of 10-15 mins
A religion with a belief in one god. It originated with Abraham and the Hebrew people. Yahweh was responsible for the world and everything within it. They preserved their early history in the Old Testament.
A belief that universal love will end social problems and that partiality is the source of all problems
you all are sososo silly
indigenous people of New Zealand
Inuit simply means "people." Inuit were earlier known by Europeans as "Eskimos"
law of one
There is but one law, one mind, one principle, one substance in the universe, and I am one with all that is.
a member of a seafaring group of North American Indians who lived on the Pacific coast of British Columbia and southwestern Alaska
Means "People of the dawn." Every Abenaki is a Wabanaki, but not every Wabanaki is an Abenaki.
a religious cult practiced chiefly in Caribbean countries (especially Haiti)
Ireland's original religion involving nature and trees
a member of the Iroquoian people formerly living in New York state south of Lake Ontario
belief in God
Hindu religious community that emphasizes choice in worship of the manifestations of God and emphasizes the teachings of Vedic texts
modern spirituality promoting worship of nature
a world religion that understands Bahu u llah to be the most recent messenger of unity, people, and oneness of the human family and oneness of relgion. Founded a century and a half agao, it is the fastest growing world religion with more than 5 million followers. It is located in 100,000 localities around the world and dedicated to the ideal of world citizenship.
jewish worship of false gods
religion based on matrix films
a member of an Algonquian people who lived west of Lake Superior
(cosmology) the ratio of the speed of recession of a galaxy (due to the expansion of the universe) to its distance from the observer
one celestial body obscures another
an elementary particle with zero charge and zero mass
(physics) the force of attraction between all masses in the universe
turn inside out or upside down
(religion) the world of the dead
a world beneath or below the normal world
(folklore) a small grotesque supernatural creature that makes trouble for human beings
the supernatural being conceived as the perfect and omnipotent and omniscient originator and ruler of the universe
to bother; to make angry by repeated noise or action
energy that is radiated or transmitted in the form of rays or waves or particles
bustling excitement or activity, or commotion
become filled to overflowing
fill or cover completely, usually with water
a cable suspended above an incline to which a pulley and harness are attached for a rider
the lowermost portion of a structure partly or wholly below ground level
a shallow vessel used by a bedridden patient for defecation and urination
water at boiling temperature diffused in the atmosphere
move with a whooshing sound
a very bad smell; a disgusting smell
travel through water
according to legend, an island in the Atlantic Ocean that Plato said was swallowed by an earthquake
the immature free-living form of most invertebrates and amphibians and fish which at hatching from the egg is fundamentally unlike its parent and must metamorphose
a person's subjective experience of the world and the mind
(astronomy) a collection of star systems
supermassive black hole
Giant black hole, with a mass millions to billions of times that of our Sun, thought to reside in the centers of many galaxies and to power active galactic nuclei.
ornament consisting of a curve on a plane that winds around a center with an increasing distance from the center
small velvety-furred burrowing mammal having small eyes and fossorial forefeet
a ring of muscle that contracts to close an opening
a well or other hole in which water has collected
an underground reservoir for liquid waste
a localized and violently destructive windstorm occurring over land characterized by a funnel-shaped cloud extending toward the ground
a tornado passing over water and picking up a column of water and mist
The sudden explosive ignition of fire gases when oxygen is introduced into a superheated space previously deprived of oxygen.
the sound made by a hen (as in calling her chicks)
small planets in oort cloud
Armenian wind instrument
a musical composition for voices and orchestra based on a religious text
Star forming right end of Orion's belt
cleansing agent consisting of soaps or detergents used for washing the hair
A work area large enough for a person to work, but arranged in such a way that an employee must physically enter the space to perform work. A confined space has a limited or restricted means of entry and exit. It is not designed for continuous work. Tanks, vessels, silos, pits, vaults, and hoppers are examples of confined spaces.
cubbyhole, a small room
to go underwater for long periods of time and explore caves, or deep holes, in the ocean or sea
coming down freely under the influence of gravity
drop tower ride
where your legs dangle from the seat as you go up a tower and then are dropped from up high at the top
an irregularly shaped spot
defying expression or description
move to and fro
Turn in a twisting or spinning motion
yogic exercises (popular in the West) that combine difficult postures (which force the mind to withdraw from the outside world) with controlled breathing
pronounced with the tip of the tongue turned back toward the hard palate
confusion characterized by lack of clarity
at this part the roller coaster suddenly speeds up rapidly
disgust so strong it makes you feel sick
eject the contents of the stomach through the mouth
offering words of homage as an act of worship
adoration and honor given to God, which is the first act of the virtue of religion
a song of praise (to God or to a saint or to a nation)
the act of singing
move smoothly and effortlessly
a system of symbols and symbolic representations
A Yiddish word meaning "rear end"
the fleshy part of the human body that you sit on
crack of the rear end of an organism
a workplace consisting of a coal mine plus all the buildings and equipment connected with it
any long ditch cut in the ground
remove the inner part or the core of
a traveling show with rides and games
of a circuit or device that represents magnitudes in digits
make a snorting sound by exhaling hard
easily irritated or annoyed
an undergarment worn by women to support their breasts
conspicuously or grossly unconventional or unusual
a path or channel through which something may pass
nonsense; unintelligible speech
to caw like a crow
moving quickly and lightly
a brass instrument without valves
any of a family of brass wind instruments that resemble a bugle with valves
an ability to gain information by some means other than the ordinary senses
a spacecraft designed to carry a crew into interstellar space (especially in science fiction)
a craft capable of traveling in outer space
a group of objects in space that move around a central star
an optical phenomenon resulting from the failure of a lens or mirror to produce a good image
Forms of radiant energy such as radio waves, microwaves, infrared light, and ordinary light that do not have enough energy to cause ionization of atoms in living tissue
feces of bulls
Endless or unlimited space, time, or distance
the constant maximum velocity reached by a body falling through the atmosphere under the attraction of gravity
the motion of a falling object when the only force acting on it is gravity
the choicest or most essential or most vital part of some idea or experience
spirit of the mines
an act that changes the form or character or substance of something
rapid and indistinct speech
causing a feeling of wonder, fear, and respect
having wrinkles or waves
make high-pitched sounds, as of birds
make high-pitched sounds
the angle formed by the inner sides of the legs where they join the human trunk
a song or hymn of mourning composed or performed as a memorial to a dead person
the smell of something gross
the act of communicating with a deity (especially as a petition or in adoration or contrition or thanksgiving)
a bath in warm mud
(biology) an organism that has characteristics resulting from chromosomal alteration
feel sudden intense sensation or emotion
to cut, pare, shape, etc. with a tool for that purpose
to move about, travel, usually in a kind of aimless way
embalmment and drying a dead body and wrapping it as a mummy
a musical composition in several movements
device that moves you in fun ways
a child of fairies or elves secret ly inchanged in infancy for a human child
having a relatively high resistance to flow
one long eyebrow that runs across the entire forehead
excretory opening at the end of the alimentary canal
a small outbuilding with a bench having holes through which a user can defecate
belonging to or derived from or associated with a divine power
swimming down under the water
move forward by leaps and bounds
make a long loud high sound or cry
informal group singing of popular songs
process of expelling urine; also called micturition
a slap with the flat of the hand
make a loud noise, as of animal
A deep voice is low.
touching with the tongue
revolve quickly and repeatedly around one's own axis
the act of rotating rapidly
a plumbing fixture for defecation and urination
mildewy, overgrown with mold, musty with age or decay
An area of land; a region
more concerned with the spirit or mind than with material things
an almost pleasurable sensation of fright
cause (a solvent) to pass through a permeable substance in order to extract a soluble constituent
a plumbing fixture that provides a flow of water
the act of rubbing or wiping
a rectangular piece of absorbent cloth (or paper) for drying or wiping
having a spiritual sense or importance beyond human understanding
droop, sink, or settle from or as if from pressure or loss of tautness
the line formed by a groove between two parts (especially the separation between a woman's breasts)
the water and human wastes that are washed down sinks, toilets, and showers
harness used when rock climbing
(v.) to turn aside; to stray from a norm; (n.) one who departs from a norm; (adj.) differing from a norm, heterodox, unconventional.
"Jesus Christ, Son of God, Savior."
the Latin edition of the Bible translated from Hebrew and Greek mainly by St. Jerome at the end of the 4th century
conspicuously and tastelessly indecent
Type of sport climbing were climber uses NO safety ropes
a spaceship that they use to let astronauts used to free fall
having little or no weight or apparent gravitational pull
at right angles to the plane of the horizon or a base line
the act of degrading people with respect to their best qualities
horny projecting mouth of a bird
hitting with a beak
poorly dressed, shabby; lacking smartness and good taste
A cleaning ritual that begins by warming up in a sauna heated to around 200°F. Then they move into a steam room, where they use birch twigs to ease the muscles and perfume the body. After spending time in the steam room, many bathers plunge into a icy cold pool.
a state that is calm and tranquil
(Arthurian legend) the capital of King Arthur's kingdom
a chair mounted on rockers
a steep and rapid fall
to cover with liquid
so extremely ugly as to be terrifying
not pleasing to the sense of taste
a loud raucous cry (as of an owl)
forceful exhalation through the nose or mouth
an optical phenomenon that results in a false or deceptive visual impression
derived from a word that means "howling." Part of the grimoire known as The Lesser Key of Solomon, with instructions for the evocation of spirits.
the organ of smell and entrance to the respiratory tract
pumps air or oxygen through a liquid medicine to turn it into a vapor, which is then inhaled by the patient via a face mask or mouthpiece
a cry of praise or adoration (to God)
a profession of belief
a flight maneuver
(of a woman's body) having a large bosom and pleasing curves
the sport on riding on water on a sailboard
oxygen concentration in the given blood sample/
oxygen capacity of the blood
a joke in bad taste
a cross as an emblem of Christianity
ability of an organism to survive and reproduce in its environment
wind instrument from vienna?
full of unrestrained enthusiasm or joy
scaly or shredded dry skin
ulcers, chiefly of the mouth and lips
the atmospheric layer between the troposphere and the mesosphere
thick and firm outer coat or covering
From the Greek meaning "second canon," refers to the fourteen books or parts of books included in the Septuagint edition but not in the Hebrew bible (Tanakh). Deuterocanonical works include Judith, Tobit, and the Wisdom of Solomon.
is a very large manmade object, though the limits of precisely how large this is vary considerably.
the act of breathing heavily through the nose (as when the nose is congested)
light informal conversation for social occasions
a metal spike with a hole for a rope
felt hat with a creased crown
a cosmetic used to give shine, and often a tint, to the lips.
(New Testament) the scene of the final battle between the kings of the Earth at the end of the world
a brass instrument consisting of a long tube whose length can be varied by a U-shaped slide
a bowl-shaped depression formed by the impact of a meteorite or bomb
a weak and tremulous light
an ancient roman central heating system using hot air ducts in the floors of the building
the moderately warm room in ancient roman baths.
be confusing or perplexing to
dried nasal mucus
(Christian theology) the free and unmerited favor or beneficence of God
(New Testament) day of the Last Judgment when God will decree the fates of all men according to the good and evil of their earthly lives
a form of life assumed to exist outside the Earth or its atmosphere
contact between a human being and a UFO
the internal and external use of water in the treatment of disease
to wet thoroughly, to soak
a thin fog with condensation near the ground
small opening located along the side of the body through which air enters and leaves the body of many terrestrial arthropods
nighttime illuminant - form at high elevations
Environmental causes of hypoxia
(spiritualism) a substance supposed to emanate from the body of the medium during a trance
gases ejected from an engine as waste products
like an outhouse; you poop into a hole
move with a low humming noise
experiment of killing by gas. Euthanasia centers take cylinders of carbon monoxide and uses them. They use a shortcut, using exhaust gas. One of the scientist goes to eastern front, puts unfit Germans into a room and stick hoses to exhaust pipe and into the room, it works just well.
atmospheric diving suit
special kind of air in a diving suit to make the diver not have to decompress
the part of the face above the eyes
marked with wrinkles or furrows
a formal expression of praise
ill-smelling; stinking; fetid; unpleasantly odorous
to stick out your tongue and go "ptth"
to laugh in a silly or uncontrolled way
having or causing a whirling sensation
to dive with a friend
flower of life
a specific spiritual symbol which is shown here
women's underwear and nightclothes
water that flows over the ground surface rather than soaking into the ground
Non-liquid, non-soluable materials ranging from municipal garbage to sewage sludge; agricultural refuse; and mining residues.
a type of corset
the contribution each gas in a mixture of gases makes to the total pressure
Double-walled sac covering the outer surface of both lungs
pleura that lines the inner chest walls and covers the diaphragm
pleura that covers the lungs
thin fluid film in thoracic cavity between pleura lining the inner wall of thoracic cage and pleura covering lungs
aka air-blood barrier, the fusing of the alveolar and capillary walls and the fused basal laminas. Gas exchange occurs across this membrane. Oxygen passes from the alveolar air to the capillary blood and carbon dioxide leaving the capillary blood enter the alveolar air.
peak inspiratory pressure
surrounds the lungs and contains the intrapleural fluid. It serves as a protective layer and minimizes the friction of the expansion of the lungs
mucous secretion from the lungs, bronchi, and trachea expelled through the mouth
lungs can be expanded "stretchiness". The greater the compliance the more the lung expands and gives rise to diaphragm
refers to tendancy of the lungs to return to their original position
actively decrease the volume of the chest cavity even more (quickly and/or powerfully) by contracting muscles that lower the ribcage and compress the abdomen.
example- blowing up a balloon, shouting, coughing, or sneezing
discrete quantities of air that the respiratory system can hold
- it is the ability to transfer gas from alveolus to the blood.
- dependent on the pressure gradient between alveolus and the blood
- it is dependent on the surface area you need to diffuse across as well as the thickness of the membrane you need to pass
- it is a conductance. Kind of like the size of the pipe you need to pump through gas
The volume of air that reaches the alveoli. It is determined by subtracting the amount of dead space air from the tidal volume.
the total volume of air inhaled and exhaled each minute; equal to respiratory rate multiplied by tidal volume
total lung capacity
The maximal volume of air that the lungs can contain. Total lung capacity is the sum of the vital capacity and the residual volume, and is typically about 6000 mL (6L).
The amount of air that remains in the lungs after a person exhales as forcefully as he or she can
functional residual capacity
the volume of air left in the lungs after a normal exhalation
Point at which hemoglobin is saturated by O2.
the act of raising (a body) from the ground by presumably spiritualistic means
rendered unwholesome by contaminants and pollution
a powerful circular current of water (usually the resulting of conflicting tides)
a tub in which clothes or linens can be washed
manned maneuvering unit
powered backpack that allows an astronaut to travel freely in space
The amount of oxygen in either air or blood
Device used to generate signals that make devices move, A device that transfers fluid or electrical energy into mechanical energy.
life support system
A system that provides everything needed to stay alive
Molecules drift from regions of high concentration to regions of lower concentration.
a minute epidermal pore in a leaf or stem through which gases and water vapor can pass
cells covering external and internal surfaces of the body
the passageway that makes breathing possible
discontinuous gas exchange
A ventilatory pattern seen in some insects in which prolonged periods of apnea are followed by brief but rapid ventilation of the tracheal system.
A drop in blood pH due to hypoventilation (too little breathing) and a resulting accumulation of Co2.
extracorporeal membrane oxygenation
blood leaves the body enters the heart-lung machine where it is oxygenated and then returns to a blood vessel to circulate through the bloodstream
a condition in which the level of oxygen in the blood becomes dangerously low or the level of carbon dioxide becomes dangerously high
Roller coaster and amusement ride company
exciting and maybe scary amusement ride
a place where skydivers can jump; also the name of a drop ride at paramount parks
A term used by occultists, spiritualists and theosophists to refer to a supposed "double" of the person's physical body. The astral body is believed to be separable from the physical body during astral projection (out of body experience) and at death. See also Ka.
the ability to exist simultaneously in two locations
going to the spirit world and possibly interacting with it
An altered state of consciousness reported after close brush with death
referring to an afterlife, or place of residence for those who have passed, or other supernatural beings
the psycho-physical circuitry of a human being through which the life force flows. Energy blue-print for the physical body. Sometimes called the astral body, etheric double, or body of light.
(religion) contemplation of spiritual matters (usually on religious or philosophical subjects)
A temporary condition in which a person is unable to move upon awakening in the morning or during the night.
like or being a phantom
a ghostly double of a living person that haunts its living counterpart
the emotional bond between a mother and her offspring; also the cord that connects our astral body to the physical (it is invisible)
Seven layers of energy surrounding the body
a state of mind in which consciousness is fragile and voluntary action is poor or missing
gentle and loving
A hallucination involving the perception of being touched or of something being under one's skin. The most common tactile hallucinations are the sensation of electric shocks and formication (the sensation of something creeping or crawling on or under the skin).
when pieces of your soul break off and you have a spiritualist retrieve those pieces for you
a hypothetical mode of instantaneous transportation
a tight or amorous embrace
soaked with moisture
Sewage with no treatment whatsoever
very extremely silly to the point where you make yourself look abnormal
mine below surface of Earth
pollutant related to coal mining, which causes black lung disease
the end of the world, as prophesied in the Bible
a bath in which you add something to foam and scent the bath water
Believes that the political kingdom of Christ will be inaugurated by Christ's physical return to earth
o believes that the Millennium will be a time when God fulfills a number of promises to the nation/people of Israel
o views was most widely held during the early centuries of the Church
o believes that the sacrifices are a memorial of Christ's sacrifice at his first coming.
the rare case of laughing to death
the contamination of the atmosphere by the introduction of pollutants from human and natural sources
fine particles of wood made by sawing wood
dispose of (something useless or old)
utter or speak with a grating or harsh sound; also short for blowing a raspberry
a noisy commotion or disturbance
loud confused noise from many sources
laugh unrestrainedly and heartily
to issue soft noises such as whispers
to speack quickly without making sense
utter a harsh abrupt scream
form or shape by forcing through an opening
poofy farting; nice material as of a pillow
spoiled and covered with eggs and larvae of flies
covered with or resembling slime
horrible, revolting, ghastly
causing fear or dread or terror
so excessive as to be disgusting
dealing pruriently with excrement and excretory functions
any thick messy substance
passed beyond ripeness toward decay
soft and sticky
disgusting or unpleasant:
a yucky green colour
covered with scabs
unsuitable or forbidden as a topic of conversation
wicked, depraved, devoid of moral standards
deserving blame or punishment
defying expression or description
inconceivably extended in space or time
walk through mud or mire
in an advanced state of decomposition and having a foul odor
any soft or soggy mass
oxygen poor air that is trapped in the lungs. This stale air is typically equivalent to about one third of the air inhaled in a normal breath.
a narrow fissure in rock
tending to cause suspension of regular breathing
a member of the radical movement that instituted the Reign of Terror during the French Revolution
a Russian member of the left-wing majority group that followed Lenin and eventually became the Russian communist party
A genre of fiction in which elements of fantasy, myth, or the supernatural are included in a narrative that is otherwise objective and realistic.
amine formed from histidine that stimulates gastric secretions and dilates blood vessels
a neutral area between two hostile forces
hyperventilation that accompanies metabolic acidosis in which the body attempts to compensate (give off excess body acids) by blowing off carbon dioxide through deep and rapid breathing
another term for diaphragmatic breathing
-breathing fluourcarbon exposed to pure O2 at 1 atm
-liquids have greater density & viscosity than air -> increased work of breathing
-can have adequate oxygenation of arterial blood, but difficult to eliminate CO2
-animals develop CO2 retention and acidosis
A technique used, particularly in Didjeridu playing, to maintain a continuous
exhaled airflow by pushing air out the mouth while breathing in through the nose.
A process of inspiration and expiration of air through the oral cavity; leads to localized gingival inflammation and also associated with higher levels of plaque and gingivitis
breathing that is different than usual
continuous stream of high-energy particles released into space in all direction from the sun's corona
This structure is the duct between the bronchiole and the alveoli. As with the bronchiole, it lacks cartilaginous rings and cilia. The thin epithelial tube has abundant capillaries surrounding it as well as alveoli attached to the walls. At its terminus it leads to an alveolar sac. The alveolar sac is similar to a cluster of grapes, the grapes being the alveoli.
any organism that is able to live without oxygen
Includes the respiratory bronchioles, alveolar ducts, alveolar sacs, and alveoli, is the only site of gas exchange.
the cavity in the vertebrate body enclosed by the ribs between the diaphragm and the neck and containing the lungs and heart