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Submitted by:
Galang, Denisse Faith D.
AAPD1I
15-01622

TAONG GRASA
Many people nowadays consider them as awful human beings. Some people hit
them when they are begging for food; some just ignore them when they are
asking for money; also many are making fun of them especially the kids. But
what people dont know is that they are experiencing problems that they cannot
explain by their own.
In the video, there were three individuals that were interviewed namely, Danny,
Michael, and Ferdinand.
The first person that was interviewed is Danny. Danny is an Indian National but
shockingly he knows how to speak tagalog. When the reporter saw him, children
have bullied him. He doesnt want to be accompanied by anyone. He always
wants to be alone. When the reporter asked him, he is talking with their language
(Indian laguage).
The second one is Danny. He was found at Cubao fly-over. He can actually
speak clearly but his problem is he doesnt or he forgot where he lived. He gave
the reporter an address of his former house. The day after that meeting, the
reporter went again at the fly-over where he found Danny but unfortunately, there
was no Danny. They asked and asked every person in the street just to find
Danny; they even went to the address Danny gave to them but unluckily, they
found nothing.
The last one is Ferdinand. He was on the roadside. Like Danny, he doesnt want
to be accompanied by anyone. But the reporter imitated the vagrant and started
following him. At first he refused to be followed but he continued following him
that he has nothing to do but come with him. And there, he learned many things
about Ferdinand that he cant remember his own family but he, then,
remembered politicians especially Ferdinand Marcos. He can speak many
dialects like Cebuano, Ilocano and even English. He also knows how to right and
shockingly, he can right his name in inverse position.

CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM


The nervous system is the central controlling system in the body, with the brain
sitting at the top as the boss, regulating the traffic of nerve impulses to and from
the brain and sending the impulses through different neuron distributed in the
body, most coming from the spinal cord. Stimuli come from different sense
organs, and travel as nerve impulses to the brain to generate the best response.
The brain confronts a choice and makes a decision to react to the stimuli. The
decision travels to the specific effector muscles to generate the response. The
nerve impulses travel to and from different parts of the body through neurons that
also help speed up the transmission of impulses.
The central nervous system is a part of the nervous system that is made of the
brain and the spinal cord, and acts as the decision-making body of the whole
nervous system. It connects to different of the body to transmit these decisions
and control life in general.
Basically the body is a rich country with a lot of things to do but is run with a
genius millionaire dictator (brain) who runs everything flawlessly. Because of his
intelligence, everyone follows him with wholehearted servitude and blind
obedience and anyone who is found breaking the law is killed on the spot.
Although the dictator may seem ruthless to outsiders, everyone understands the
stakes of keeping the country in one piece. The dictator has his trusted
messenger (spinal cord) who distributes these tasks to different parts of the
country. The dictator and the messenger work hand-in-hand to maintain growth
and development in the country. The dictator tells everyone what they need to do,
the messenger relays his instructions and everyone does their work as
specifically as the instructions indicate, and they work together for the benefit of
the whole country.

PERIPHERAL NERVOUS SYSTEM


Now in the country, the dictator has messengers (ganglia outside the CNS) other
than his most trusted messenger. These messengers are the ones doing the real
dirty work, passing messages of instructions to the places that the Messenger
cannot reach. And while bodyguards called bones which prevent them from
getting involved in serious injuries protect the dictator and The Messenger, the
tiny messengers are exposed to the rest of the country. Fortunately, rebels and
insurgents are rare in the country, and those who are found to be against the law
are most likely foreigners who are killed on the spot. This is done for the
protection of the whole country.

AUTONOMIC NERVOUS SYSTEM


This tiny messengers branch out to reach the furthest most secluded places of
the country. These places actually are the most crucial part of the country.
Without them, the country would die instantly. They are the ones that dont sleep,
and dont stop with whatever they do. They are the ones responsible for
production of goods and the distribution (i.e. heartbeat, breathing, digestion).
The autonomic nervous system regulates certain body processes, such as blood
pressure and the rate of breathing. This system works automatically
(autonomously), without a persons conscious effort. Disorders of the autonomic
nervous system can affect any body part or process. Autonomic disorders may
result from other disorders that damage autonomic nerves (such as diabetes), or
they may occur on their own. Autonomic disorders may be reversible or
progressive.
Based on the video, the autonomic nervous system is the part of the nervous

system that supplies the internal organs, including the blood vessels, stomach,
intestine, liver, kidneys, bladder, genitals, lungs, pupils, heart, and sweat,
salivary, and digestive glands and also has 2 types:
Sympathetic
Parasympathetic

NEURONS or nerve cells structure functions

and types
All these messengers travel through one kind of transportation (neurons) that
acts like a teleportation device. They teleport the messengers in the fastest time
possible to the next teleport to the next teleport to the next teleport until the
messengers reach the place they need to be. The whole country is brimming with
all kinds of these teleportation devices, all with the same goal: to send the
messages to those who need them.
Based on the video, there are also several different types of neurons responsible
for different tasks in the human body. Sensory neurons carry information from the
sensory receptor cells throughout the body to the brain. Motor neurons transmit
information from the brain to the muscles of the body. Interneurons are
responsible for communicating information between different neurons in the body.

Nervous System
The nervous system is a complex network of nerves and cells that carry
messages to and from the brain and spinal cord to various parts of the body.
The nervous system includes both the Central nervous system and Peripheral
nervous system. The Central nervous system is made up of the brain and spinal
cord and The Peripheral nervous system is made up of the Somatic and the
Autonomic nervous systems.
The way the nervous system works is truly unique and complex. It works through
a complex network of neurons, which are the basic functioning cells of the
nervous system. The neurons conduct the signals or impulses between the two
components of the nervous system, i.e., the central and the peripheral nervous
system. There are mainly three types of neurons, sensory neurons, motor
neurons, and interneurons.

How Nervous System Works


The basic functioning of the nervous system depends a lot on tiny cells called
neurons. The brain has billions of them, and they have many specialized jobs.
For example, sensory neurons take information from the eyes, ears, nose,
tongue, and skin to the brain.
Based on what I have heard, the nervous system works through an
interconnected network of billions of neurons. These neurons transmit
information in the form of nerve impulses, across the nervous system and thus,
coordinate the various functions of the body.
The human nervous system is a highly specialized network that contains billions
of neurons, and is responsible for controlling and coordinating all the functions of
the body. This system enables us to communicate with the outside world and it
consists of two components, the central nervous system (CNS) and the
peripheral nervous system (PNS).

Human Body: Pushing the Limits


The human body includes the entire structure of a human being and comprises a
head, neck, trunk (which includes the thorax and abdomen), arms and hands,
legs and feet. Every part of the body is composed of various types of cells, the
fundamental unit of life.
At maturity, the estimated average number of cells in the body is given as 37.2
trillion. This number is stated to be of partial data and to be used as a starting
point for further calculations. The number given is arrived at by totaling the cell
numbers of all the organs of the body and cell types. The composition of the
human body is made up of a number of certain elements including carbon,
calcium and phosphorus.