the next human body

human body
this is a human body one of the best human body you can find

When we talk about the next human body we actually mean the human body being the future or the present and past. Currently we want any human body to be the next.

About the human body

Not only we desire this but we look forward to see this human body as the first and the last of all possible human bodies.

Here’s an example:

human body
this is a human body, it’s my human body

What we know about the human body

The human body is diverse and same. It is the human body being itself, as it can be and wants to be. We want this to be the human body we know about. We don’t want a world without, we need to keep the idea of it. But do we?

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here you can see the human body

What Wikipedia says

The human body is the structure of a human being. It is composed of many different types of cells that together create tissues and subsequently organ systems. They ensure homeostasis and the viability of the human body.

It comprises a headnecktrunk (which includes the thorax and abdomen), arms and handslegs and feet.

The study of the human body involves anatomyphysiologyhistology and embryology. The body varies anatomically in known ways. Physiology focuses on the systems and organs of the human body and their functions. Many systems and mechanisms interact in order to maintain homeostasis, with safe levels of substances such as sugar and oxygen in the blood.

The body is studied by health professionals, physiologists, anatomists, and by artists to assist them in their work.

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human body as we know it


Some quotes

Glitched bodies – those that do not align with the canon of white cisgender heteronormativity – pose a threat to social order. Range-full and vast, they cannot be programmed.

Glitch Feminism, Legacy Russell

Skin is as much about what is kept in as what it keeps out. It functions to edit, its existence determining that which will be included or excluded. Skin suggests the protection of a subject and the creation of an ‘other’ that is forever standing on the outside. As skin wraps, covers, protects, it paradoxically wounds, occupies, and builds worlds.

Glitch Feminism, Legacy Russell

Why should our bodies end at the skin, or include at best other beings encapsulated by skin?

A Manifesto for Cyborgs, Donna Haraway 

If one really thinks about the body as such, there is no possible outline of the body as such. There are thinkings of the systematicity of the body, there are value codings of the body. The body, as such, cannot be thought, and I certainly cannot approach it.

Gayatri Chakravorty Spivak, “In a Word,” interview with Ellen Rooney 

There is no nature, only the effects of nature: denaturalization or naturalization.

Jacques Derrida, Dormer le Temps

some tools we used to imagine the next human body

There is for sure more to say about this topic. And we will keep talking about it. Here or there, we’ll be expanding in other platforms and shapes. Online and offline, touching all parts of humanity in its diversity. We can’t be stopped.

Here’s some text.

It goes without saying that humans (mammals identifiable as those that stand upright and are comparatively advanced and capable of detailed thought) have pretty remarkable bodies, given all that they’ve accomplished. (Furthermore, an especially intelligent human brain produced this text!) To be sure, humans have overcome predators, disease, and all sorts of other obstacles over thousands of years.

To fully understand and appreciate these accomplishments, let’s take at some of the most well-known parts of the human body!

The head, or the spherical body part that contains the brain and rests at the top of the human body, has quite a few individual organs and body parts on it. (It should quickly be mentioned that hair occupies the space on top of the head, and the ears, the organs responsible for hearing, are located on either side of the head.) From top to bottom, the eyebrows, or horizontal strips of hair that can be found above the eye, are the first components of the head. The eyes are below them, and are round, orb-like organs that allow humans to see.

The eyes make way for the nose, or an external (sticking-out) organ that plays an important part in the breathing and bacteria-elimination processes. Below that is the mouth, or a wide, cavernous organ that chews food, removes bacteria, helps with breathing, and more. The mouth contains teeth, or small, white-colored, pointed body parts used to chew food, and the tongue, or a red-colored, boneless organ used to chew food and speak.

The neck is the long body part that connects the head to the chest (the muscular body part that protects the heart and lungs), and the stomach, or the part of the body that contains food and liquid-processing organs, comes below that.

The legs are the long, muscular body parts that allow humans to move from one spot to another and perform a variety of actions. Each leg contains a thigh (a thick, especially muscular body part used to perform strenuous motions; the upper part of the leg) and a calf (thinner, more flexible body part that absorbs the shock associated with movement; the lower part of the leg). Feet can be found at the bottom of legs, and each foot is comprised of five toes, or small appendages that help balance.

Arms are long, powerful body parts that are located on either side of chest, below the shoulders;arms are comprised of biceps (the thicker, more powerful upper portion), and forearms (the thinner, more flexible lower portion). Hands, or small, gripping body parts used for a tremendous number of actions, are at the end of arms. Each hand contains five fingers, or small appendages used to grip objects.

The aforementioned shoulders are rounded body parts that aid arms’ flexibility. One’s back is found on the opposite side of the stomach, and is a flat section of the body that contains important muscles that’re intended to protect the lungs and other internal organs, in addition to helping humans perform certain motions and actions.

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