In the early seventies, Ian Waterman lost all sense of proprioception, which is the body's nearly unconscious sense of position in space -- how you know where your arm or toe is without having to think about it. Incredibly, he has managed to learn to walk again, gesture again, manipulate objects and live a relatively normal life again.
This is a BBC documentary about him and his incredible concentration.
This is what will happen if the net is not kept neutral. The importance of this site I'm sharing is in the marketing-speak, the lies and the pictures of happy people. They will limit you and charge you for it while trying to make you believe you're winning. "Best deal," indeed
(Click on the photo to link to the site. This is the introduction of a cool new feature I just discovered.)
Recent studies have indicated that three servings of Jack Hostrawser per day may help to prevent sudden comas.