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Aluminum is worst, plastic better, and toilet tissue best at insulating things if the dimensions are "nominal" from one material to the other. Aluminum conducts heat very well, and it is a poor insulator. Plastic can conduct heat, but not as well as aluminum. Tissue, on the other hand, has a lot of "dead air spaces" within its structure. These trapped air places reduce heat movement by convection. And this makes tissue a better insulator than the other materials.
When a gamma ray strikes living tissue (as when it strikes any matter) it deposits energy through excitation and ionization of the tissue's atoms and molecules. Since most of the matter in tissue is water, this mostly happens to water molecules. This creates free radicals (such as hydroxyl radicals), hydrogen peroxide, etc. These can then damage biological molecules such as DNA and this is known as an indirect effect. The gamma ray can also excite or ionize biological molecules directly.
the disrupt the maturity of nerve tissue in aluminum etc
made from plastic and also some are made from wood
It is technically impossible to NOT "use your bone tissue". Because the skeleton is built of bone tissue it is in constant use.
it will be exhaling.
You sometimes get a tissue and blow your nose.
it is damaged
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No, cotton is not a better insulator than aluminum foil and tissue paper. Aluminum foil is a good insulator as it reflects heat, while tissue paper acts as a thermal barrier. Cotton, on the other hand, is not as effective of an insulator because it does not have the same reflective or thermal barrier properties.
the muscle tissue breaks and then grows back stronger and thicker