5D Thinking on the Human Skin and Sense of Touch
Human skin is not simply a waterproof covering of the internal organs. It also contributes to our physical appearance and biological health. In fact, the skin is the body’s largest organ and is incredibly complex. It can easily compete with other organs with its magnificence. Our skin fulfils many different functions. It is home to our body’s first line of defense; it protects the body from cold and heat, as well as germs and toxic substances. The skin is very important to our health and wellness. It is a chemical factory, a construction site, a liquid reserve and a combat zone. It is like wearing a beautiful dress, an amazing armor, and an extremely delicate sensor at the same time. Let us take a journey into our skin to uncover the deeper meanings hidden within. You can download the brief version (5 pages) or the full version (23 pages) from the links on the right side of the page.
Descriptionthe first dimension, Analytical Thinking, we study the skin's structure and understand its many functions that include protection, storage of blood, thermoregulation and production of vitamin D. We also discover how the skin is designed to repair itself. Next, in the second dimension, Analogical Thinking, we compare the design and function of human skin to artificial skin, and "self-repairing" fabric. Then, in the third dimension, Critical Thinking, we reflect on how artificial skin, CTS sensors and "self-repairing" fabrics came to be and how they are no match to the sophisticated human skin. In the fourth dimension, Meditative Thinking, we explore the hidden message in the phenomenon known as touch and reflect on the attributes of its Creator. Finally, in the fifth dimension, Moral Thinking, we consider the value of our skin and discover how our quality of life would be affected if we lost our skin and sense of touch.
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