This is a question to ask yourself when you find yourself in an unusual environment and try to focus on things that are normal for you.
The problem is that your brain doesn’t know what “uniform” means. Is it really a type of motion or is it a type of motion that happens with other people? What is it that makes you move in the way that you move? And don’t get me started on the strange way that you’re moving in space.
In a way, it’s a good question. Because to most people, the way we move in our environment looks like a uniform. Our bodies are the way they are because our brains and brains evolved to move in a uniform way. But to most brain-learners, it looks like a non uniform way. And that’s because the way you move in non uniform ways is because of your nervous system.
We’re all familiar with the idea of a uniform motion. It’s how we move when we walk, run, jump, etc. But this uniform motion isn’t uniform. It’s not just the way our legs move at all. It’s more than just that. It’s the way we move in different ways on the same day. If we have to go for a walk on a busy street, we’re likely to do that non uniformly.
This is one of those weird things that happens to the brain when we are in a new environment or an uncharted one. Non uniform motions are caused by your nervous system because they require a certain kind of nerve connection. If your nerves aren’t connected properly, your muscles will only do one way motion. If your nerves aren’t connected properly, your brain will do the other way, and in either case your body will move in only one direction.
For example, someone who is walking up a busy street doing a non uniform motion is probably going to move in a way that is the opposite of what a person who is walking that way would do. So if your nervous system is on-board, your brain will tell your muscles to move in the same direction your nerves are telling your muscles to move. And so your muscles will take this as a direction and follow that direction, even if you are not aware of it yourself.
This is a good visualization of your nerves and muscles. It’s also a good way to show that they are not just a single component of your body. The nervous system is actually a complex system of many different parts. That is, it is more like a muscle than it is like a part of your body.
The nerves also play an important role in your body’s perception. They send signals to muscles and glands to tell them what to do. But they also send signals to your brain so that you can take action. So if your muscle is telling you to run, your brain will probably assume you are running, because that’s the only way it knows your movements are being interpreted as running.
The “uniform motion” is actually a more complex system of muscle and nerve signals. It looks like a simple system, with a series of basic “motor units” all moving in the same direction, but each one in a different pattern, and sending different signals to the muscles and nerves. It is actually very, very complicated.
The two types of movement, uniform and non uniform, are actually very different. Non uniform movement is what we do when we run, jump, and dance. It is the same motor unit and motor pattern, but it has a different pattern than the uniform movement. The different patterns make it look like there are two different muscles, but there is one muscular unit that is responsible for both.