Positive Feedback Loop
By julesk99, Updated
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Wow! School is the best place ever.
Wow this test is easy...
It was a normal Monday and Albert was heading to school to take a test in his first period class.
30 minutes into first period and the test was going smoothly for Albert, he felt positive that he was going to get an A. Until the most precarious thing occurred...
Hey are you okay?
Hey be quiet!
Albert got a paper cut.
I'm going to the nurse!
As soon as he drug his finger along the edge of the test at a bad angle there was a break or tear in the blood vessel wall and a positive feedback loop began.
Clotting began to occur just moments after as platelets adhered to the site of the cut and chemicals were released and the newly formed clot began to grow.
But poor Albert is too busy freaking out, hes terrified of blood.
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