Check out our new site at openwaterswimming.com

Difference between revisions of "Thermogenesis"

From Openwaterpedia
 
(One intermediate revision by the same user not shown)
Line 12: Line 12:
 
==External links==
 
==External links==
  
* [http://dailynews.openwaterswimming.com/2015/04/environmental-physiology-your-body-in.html Environmental Physiology. Your Body In The World]
+
* [https://www.openwaterswimming.com/heralding-heroes-with-heather/ Heralding Heroes With Heather]
 +
* [https://openwaterswimming.com/2015/04/environmental-physiology-your-body-in/ Environmental Physiology. Your Body In The World]
 
* [https://lagunita.stanford.edu/courses/HumanitiesSciences/EP-101/Spring2015/about Environmental Physiology.  Your Body In The World]
 
* [https://lagunita.stanford.edu/courses/HumanitiesSciences/EP-101/Spring2015/about Environmental Physiology.  Your Body In The World]
 +
* [https://openwaterswimming.com/2019/05/ram-barkai-on-shimmer-on-superhumans/ Ram Barkai On Shimmer On Superhumans]
  
 
[[Category:Terms]]
 
[[Category:Terms]]

Latest revision as of 18:57, 27 May 2021

noun - Thermogenesis is the process of heat production in organisms. It occurs mostly in warm-blooded animals including among Tibetan monks who can create heat through the power of their thoughts when they are exposed to cold or non-shivering thermogenesis.

Anticipatory thermogenesis[edit]

Anticipatory thermogenesis, in contrast, is the creation of heat before an event. Professor Tim Noakes has documented how Lewis Pugh's core body temperature rises before he get into cold water - or anticipatory thermogenesis.

Ram Barkai Demonstration Cold Water Thermogenesis[edit]


On the Discovery Channel Superhuman Showdown, South African Ram Barkai demonstrates his developed ability to generate cold water thermogenesis.

External links[edit]