Could a tight ring pushing on a pressure point on a finger cause pain throughout the hand and go down the arm?
Yes, a tight ring could cause pain to shoot throughout the hand and the arm. This is because the tight ring might be cutting off blood supply to the finger. This is not the only cause, however for pain shooting down the arm. A medical professional can diagnose the real problem.
You could have accidentially jammed it. I have done it before playing basketball. It hurts. You could try wrapping it or using a splint to put pressure on it and prevent it from getting hurt worse. A splint is just like a metal finger cast with foam on the inside that you can sorta shape around your finger.
If you had a fresh egg a hard boiled egg and a hollow egg with no hole in the end. Is there any difference in the stress's they could take?
Assuming that you are in a spacecraft when you are cut, you will still bleed. As long as your heart is beating, the blood pressure created by the heart will force the blood out of the wound. Of course, if enough of the blood comes out, it will behave like water... float around in globules. Now if you are outside of the spacecraft and without a protective space suit, you wouldn't even need to worry…
A gladiator would surrender by stopping fighting and holding up one finger. If he wanted to be dramatic, he could get down on one knee and hold up the finger. At any rate, the raised finger was the signal that he was surrendering. A gladiator would surrender by stopping fighting and holding up one finger. If he wanted to be dramatic, he could get down on one knee and hold up the finger. At any…
The answer would have to be absolutely considering that when we're not in the water there is 235 pounds of air pressure pressing on every 4"x4" square of our skin. We are normally not aware of it because we are used to it and because it is balanced by the same amount of pressure pushing out. That is why even with an oxygen tank we could not survive in space without a pressure suit.
Well, depending on which way you are pushing, it could be one of three forces. If you are pushing along a table, then it is friction that is preventing the box from moving (or more accurately, static friction). If you are pushing the box down into the table, then it is the normal force that is at work. If you are pushing into the air, then it is gravity.
When I get headaches it's in my eye If feels like pressure is pushing on my eye which gives me a headache. This pain happens about everyother day What does this mean?
What if you cut your finger with a pair of sizers and it would not stop bledding what could you do to stop the bledding?
You could use a hand for the five main parts. 5th finger-don't have to self incriminate yourself. 4th finger- Due Process (because that is the ring finger when you say "I do") 3rd (can't remember) 2nd-Double Jeopardy (because it is the 2nd finger), Thumb for Grand Jury (because it is the "grand Finger".
if u get your ball u will see that there are 2 narrow seams close together. put your index and your middle finger on those seams and your thumb will be on the bottom without!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! touching the seams, if u do it could mess up the hole pitch. if u want more movement put pressure on your index finger. have fun!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!