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The Kidney Industrial Complex

12 January 2015, 14:30 Perry Brimah

A million machines lined up;
Hosted in a controlled environment.

Most centrifugally located;

Some juxtapositioned, manipulate the environment by running their pipes through the center medulla.

At the gates of each machine are highly sensitive sensor apparati;

Testing the precious resource’s content and its pressure…

Communicating global system pressure changes and setting machine operational levels.

Resource is filtered and filtrate flows through the machine’s tubes;

a million machines, a million loads;

3 centimeters of tubes in each;

Convoluted, looped and convoluted again;

Different pipe thicknesses, different responsiveness, manipulating and manipulated by the environment;

All membrane transportation mechanisms apply;

Along the tubes, pumps work actively, adding or removing chemicals to the filtrate;

Waste is added, valuable elements are removed to perfect the distillation.

A countercurrent mechanism:

Based on adjacent flows of two systems of pipes in opposing directions;

Maximizes productivity by using one built gradient to build another gradient;

Like students studying aloud; teaching other students what they have learned;

Like the elderly narrating to the children, two worlds intersect retaining knowledge from the beginning of time;

Concentration is achieved through this maintained hypertonic center.

45 gallons of precious fluid distilled to yield only half a gallon of perfect waste;

The blood rushes at the right purity and pressure, balance is maintained.

Store the waste in a bladder.

Thank God for a system unconsciously controlled to perfection;

Consciously decide when to let go.

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