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  1. "This is something of a moonshot..." ...

    "This is something of a moonshot..."

    Ambitious project for sure...

    However, I don't recall any hedging for the moonshot.
  2. Maybe someone can corroborate the...

    Maybe someone can corroborate the collaboration... ???
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    Dynamic core stability, including regulation of...

    Dynamic core stability, including regulation of intra-abdominal-pressure, is essential for purposeful movement. I would hope that would be an early training goal, in order to minimize compensation.
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    Thanks Jim

    Thanks Jim
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    It means that in an experimental setting where...

    It means that in an experimental setting where walking independently is the desired outcome, the need for assistive personnel and devices (and their costs) would be front loaded. And then, if...
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    One measure of success should be a reduction in...

    One measure of success should be a reduction in need for assistive personnel and devices...
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    What does the "most intensive walking training...

    What does the "most intensive walking training program ever" encompass? Besides "six hours a day, six days a week, for six months"?
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    News about Neuralink Advances

    Elon Musk's Neuralink Shows Off Advances to Brain-Computer Interface
    https://www.wsj.com/articles/elon-musks-neuralink-advances-brain-computer-interface-11563334987
  9. It is my understanding that funding for...

    It is my understanding that funding for Edgerton's recent venture, Spinex, has been withdrawn. Furthermore, the planned merger of NRT with an unnamed Netherlands company is expected to be finalized...
  10. Thread: Looking at 2019

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    Of course... I was simply referring to the...

    Of course... I was simply referring to the earlier comment about why people "make such (five year) predictions."

    Bottom line: A perpetual grant cycle can be as much a career strategy as it is a...
  11. Thread: Looking at 2019

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    I think we know why... $$ ;) $$

    I think we know why... $$ ;) $$
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    What a great resource! Thanks for the heads-up.

    What a great resource! Thanks for the heads-up.
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    Not necessarily from scratch since a strong...

    Not necessarily from scratch since a strong synchrony between CNS maturation and structural or anatomical development already exists. Essentially, you are re-training a fully developed CNS (including...
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    I agree. Some obvious gaps in reporting. Seems...

    I agree. Some obvious gaps in reporting. Seems like a common thread in articles about Harkema led scES research.
  15. Including, of course, the inevitable (last...

    Including, of course, the inevitable (last paragraph) caveat: "Speculating about applications in humans is still premature. For example, the first component of the recipe that stimulates the grown of...
  16. Thread: tDCS

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    Not clear. Does this study combine tDCS with rTMS...

    Not clear. Does this study combine tDCS with rTMS as a comprehensive treatment? Or, are they testing tDCS as an alternative to rTMS?
  17. The sooner this device gets to market the better...

    The sooner this device gets to market the better - assuming that adequate safety factors are in place. Best use(s) should be determined by individuals who have the freedom to experiment with...
  18. That should be the long term goal. The adaptation...

    That should be the long term goal. The adaptation process will naturally vary with regards to individual circumstances and training protocols.
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    Human Hoist Power Shop Chair...

    Human Hoist Power Shop Chair
    http://www.humanhoist.com
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    Sam Schmidt's 2016 Corvette - Leno's Garage

    Sam Schmidt's 2016 Corvette - Leno's Garage
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YyexjfEwp4k
  21. Thread: crow river lift

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    There could still be a switch, or switches. It's...

    There could still be a switch, or switches. It's a safety feature to prevent the lift from being deployed into a closed, or partially opened door(s). Next time it happens, try adjusting the door...
  22. Thread: crow river lift

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    Sliding door? If so, there is a proximity sensor...

    Sliding door? If so, there is a proximity sensor that indicates when the door is full open. Otherwise the system shuts down and the lift won't work. If the door opens, but the lift won't work...
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    This also shows the rails that I mounted on both...

    This also shows the rails that I mounted on both sides of the EZ-lock so that the front of the TR could glide over without getting hung-up.
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    I drive a Ford E150 using a Ti-Lite-TR with a...

    I drive a Ford E150 using a Ti-Lite-TR with a ZX1. The EZ-Lock bolt is connected to the ZX1, so the TR remains unmodified. To provide stability and prevent tipping I installed a bracket on the...
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    The centerpiece of my home gym is the Life...

    The centerpiece of my home gym is the Life Fitness - G7 (very similar to the Hoist system). Also, check out Core Stix. Lots of good ways to use both systems.
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