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Indeed, so far not one repeat, not one single physician, nurse, paramedic, chiropractor, physiologist, or other person with substantial training in how a human body works has been willing to step forth and teach a form of breath control play that they are willing to assert is acceptably safe -- i. I believe this fact makes a major statement. Other "edge play" topics such as suspension bondage, electricity play, cutting, piercing, branding, enemas, water sports, and scat play can and have been taught with reasonable safety, but not breath control play.

Indeed, it seems that the more somebody knows about how a human body works, the more likely they are to caution people about how dangerous breath control is, and about how little can be done to reduce the degree of risk. In many ways, oxygen is to the human body, and particularly to the heart and brain, what oil is to a car's engine. Indeed, there's a medical adage that goes "hypoxia becoming dangerously low on oxygen not only stops the motor, but also wrecks the engine.

Some people tell the "mechanics" something like, "Well, I'm going to drain my car of oil anyway, and I'm not going to keep track of how low the oil level is getting while I'm driving my car, so tell me how to do this with as much safety as possible. They may even label such mechanics as "anti-education. I was an ambulance crewman for over eight years. I attended medical school for three years, and passed my four-year boards, then ran out of money.

I have an extensive martial arts background that includes a first-degree black belt in Tae Kwon Do. My martial arts training included several months of judo that involved both my choking and being choked.

I have been an instructor in first aid, CPR, and various advanced emergency care techniques for over sixteen years. My students have included physicians, nurses, paramedics, police officers, fire fighters, wilderness emergency personnel, martial artists, and large numbers of ordinary citizens. During my ambulance days, I responded to at least one call involving the death of a young teenage boy who died from autoerotic strangulation, and to several other calls where this was suspected but could not be confirmed.

Family members often "sanitize" such scenes before calling Additionally, I personally know two members of my local SM community who went to prison after their partners died during breath control play.

The primary danger of suffocation play is that it is not a condition that gets worse over time regarding the heart, anyway, it does get worse over time regarding the brain. Rather, what happens is that the more the play is prolonged, the greater the odds that a cardiac arrest will occur. Sometimes even one minute of suffocation can cause this; sometimes even less. Quick pathophysiology lesson 1: When the heart gets low on oxygen, it starts to fire off "extra" pacemaker sites.

These usually appear in the ventricles and are thus called premature ventricular contractions -- PVC's for short. If a PVC happens to fire off during the electrical repolarization phase of cardiac contraction the dreaded "PVC on T" phenomenon, also sometimes called "R on T" it can kick the heart over into ventricular fibrillation -- a form of cardiac arrest.

The lower the heart gets on oxygen, the more PVC's it generates, and the more vulnerable to their effect it becomes, thus hypoxia increases both the probability of a PVC-on-T occurring and of its causing a cardiac arrest.

When this will happen to a particular person in a particular session is simply not predictable. This is exactly where most of the medical people I have discussed this topic with "hit the wall.

When medical folks discuss breath control play, the question quickly becomes: How can you tell when they start throwing PVC's? Quick pathophysiology lesson 2: When breathing is restricted, the body cannot eliminate carbon dioxide as it should, and the amount of carbon dioxide in the blood increases.

Carbon dioxide CO2 and water H2O exist in equilibrium with what's called carbonic acid H2CO3 in a reaction catalyzed by an enzyme called carbonic anhydrase. Sorry, but I can't do subscripts in this program.

This is called respiratory acidosis. If the patient hyperventilates, they "blow off CO2" and the reaction shifts to the left, thus increasing the pH. This is called respiratory alkalosis, and has its own dangers. Quick pathophysiology lesson 3: Again, if breathing is restricted, not only does carbon dioxide have a hard time getting out, but oxygen also has a hard time getting in. A molecule of glucose C6H12O6 breaks down within the cell by a process called glycolysis into two molecules of pyruvate, thus creating a small amount of ATP for the body to use as energy.

Under normal circumstances, pyruvate quickly combines with oxygen to produce a much larger amount of ATP. However, if there's not enough oxygen to properly metabolize the pyruvate, it is converted into lactic acid and produces one form of what's called a metabolic acidosis.

As you can see, either a build-up in the blood of carbon dioxide or a decrease in the blood of oxygen will cause the pH of the blood to fall. If both occur at the same time, as they do in cases of suffocation, the pH of the blood will plummet to life-threatening levels within a very few minutes. The pH of normal human blood is in the 7. A pH falling to 6. Carefully watching their level of consciousness, skin color, and pulse rate is of only limited value. Even hooking the bottom up to both a pulse oximeter and a cardiac monitor assuming you had either piece of equipment, and they're not cheap would be of only limited additional value.

While an experienced clinician can sometimes detect PVC's by feeling the patient's pulse, in reality the only reliable way to detect them is to hook the patient up to a cardiac monitor. The problem is that each PVC is potentially lethal, particularly if the heart is low on oxygen. Even if you "ease up" on the bottom immediately, there's no telling when the PVC's will stop.

They could stop almost at once, or they could continue for hours. In addition to the primary danger of cardiac arrest, there is good evidence to document that there is a very real risk of cumulative brain damage if the practice is repeated often enough. In particular, laboratory studies of repeated brief interruption of blood flow to the brains of animals and studies of people with what's called "sleep apnea syndrome" in which they stop breathing for up to two minutes while sleeping document that cumulative brain damage does occur in such cases.

There are many documented additional dangers. These include, but are not limited to: Additionally, there are documented cases in which the recipient appeared to fully recover but was found dead several hours later. The American Psychiatric Association estimates a death rate of one person per year per million of population -- thus about deaths last year in the U. Law enforcement estimates go as much as four times higher.

Most such deaths occur during solo play, however there are many documented cases of deaths that occurred during play with a partner. It should be noted that the presence of a partner does nothing to limit the primary danger, and does little or nothing to limit most of the secondary dangers.

Some people teach that choking can be safely done if pressure on the windpipe is avoided. Their belief is that pressing on the arteries leading to the brain while avoiding pressure on the windpipe can safely cause unconsciousness. The reality, unfortunately, is that pressing on the carotid arteries, exactly as they recommend, presses on baroreceptors known as the carotid sinus bodies.

These bodies then cause vasodilation in the brain, thus there is not enough blood to perfuse the brain and the recipient loses consciousness. However, that's not the whole story. Unfortunately, a message is also sent to the main pacemaker of the heart, via the vagus nerve, to decrease the rate and force of the heartbeat. Most of the time, under strong vagal influence, the rate and force of the heartbeat decreases by one third. However, every now and then, the rate and force decreases to zero and the bottom "flatlines" into asystole -- another, and more difficult to treat, form of cardiac arrest.

There is no way to tell whether or not this will happen in any particular instance, or how quickly.

There are many documented cases of as little as five seconds of choking causing a vagal-outflow-induced cardiac arrest. For the reason cited above, many police departments have now either entirely banned the use of choke holds or have reclassified them as a form of deadly force.

Finally, as a CPR instructor myself, I want to caution that knowing CPR does little to make the risk of death from breath control play significantly smaller. I'm not going to state that breath control is something that nobody should ever do under any circumstances. I have no problem with informed, freely consenting people taking any degree of risk they wish. I am going to state that there is a great deal of ignorance regarding what actually happens to a body when it's suffocated or strangled, and that the actual degree of risk associated with these practices is far greater than most people believe.

I have noticed that, when people are educated regarding the severity and unpredictability of the risks, fewer and fewer choose to play in this area, and those who do continue tend to play less often.

I also notice that, because of its severe and unpredictable risks, more and more SM party-givers are banning any form of breath control play at their events. If you'd like to look into this matter further, here are some references to get you started: I'd recommend starting here. Box , Berkeley, CA Some of you likely recognize the name. Ayoob is a police officer and a nationally prominent expert on the police use of force, both lethal and non-lethal, with many publications and a great deal of expert witness court experience to his credit.

This essay of his soberly weighs the risks involved in the use of choke-holds by police against the social usefulness of using such holds to subdue suspects. Martial artists have known of it for centuries. Applying the Sleeper Hold Forget about putting an opponent to sleep by grinding your knuckle into the hollow beneath his ear.

The carotids are located beneath and ahead of the bone of the jaw. To occlude them — block them off — you must apply pressure on both sides. There are many methods, and most of them work better when applied from behind.

There are several stick techniques, useful with conventional batons preferably 18 inches or more , the Prosecutor baton, or the nunchaku sticks that more and more officers are carrying. They are explained in Figures 53 and One trouble with all of them, as will readily be seen, is that it is extremely hard to apply them without putting pressure on the cervical spine as well as the carotids.

Because the effect of this hold is so immediate, the officer should take care to protect his groin and eyes from a clawing hand, and his sidearm should be turned away from the suspect. This works great if the man is wearing a heavy judo gi or a denim jacket, but most ordinary shirt will tear during the struggle, destroying the effect of the hold and leaving the officer with his hands uselessly tied up as the suspect counter-attacks.

Any choke-out technique, or for that matter any two-handed hold applied from the front, is always dangerous to the officer for just this reason: On the surface, the sleeper hold appears to be an ideal technique for stopping trouble.

If properly applied, it renders the subject unconscious in six to eight seconds — sometimes less if he is in debilitated physical condition, but often longer if he has thick neck muscles and is fighting furiously. Here is a man subdued fairly rapidly, without a head broken by a baton, and without additional blood being spilled.

And it often does work like this. In tough Camden, New Jersey, black belt Jim Phillips teaches a scissor hold on bar fighters and rambunctious drunks; usually, he and his students will apply just enough pressure to convince the subject to come along under his own power, but frequently, the subject will have to be rendered unconscious by the nutcracker-like pressure of the sticks.

Phillips reports no serious injuries and states that physicians he has consulted in his police-instructor capacity have approved the technique as safe. That is at odds, however, with other medical opinion, as we shall see later. Physical After-Effects In most cases, the choke-out produces little in the way of after-effects.

Most subjects will experience a headache when they wake up. Often, they will vomit upon awakening, just as do many who are rendered unconscious by blows.

Duration of unconsciousness is unpredictable. If the hold has been applied for the minimum amount of time, the person regains consciousness in less than a minute.

It will usually take several. At worst, if the lock has been held too long, if the person has the wrong kind of chemicals in his system, or there are physical problems that have been aggravated by what has happened, he may never wake up.

And these possibilities are many. Distinctions in types of awareness appear in the ancient thought of India, a central idea of the Upanishads is the distinction between a persons transient mundane self and their eternal unchanging soul. Divergent Hindu doctrines, and Buddhism, have challenged this hierarchy of selves, yoga is a range of techniques used in pursuit of this goal.

In sociology, population refers to a collection of humans, Demography is a social science which entails the statistical study of human populations. This article refers mainly to human population, in population genetics a sexual population is a set of organisms in which any pair of members can breed together.

This means that they can regularly exchange gametes to produce normally-fertile offspring and this also implies that all members belong to the same species. If the gamodeme is very large, and all gene alleles are uniformly distributed by the gametes within it, however, there may be low frequencies of exchange with these neighbours.

This may be viewed as the breaking up of a sexual population into smaller overlapping sexual populations. The overall rise in homozygosity is quantified by the inbreeding coefficient, note that all homozygotes are increased in frequency — both the deleterious and the desirable.

The mean phenotype of the collection is lower than that of the panmictic original — which is known as inbreeding depression. It is most important to note, however, that some lines will be superior to the panmictic original, while some will be about the same.

The probabilities of each can be estimated from those binomial equations, in plant and animal breeding, procedures have been developed which deliberately utilise the effects of dispersion. It can be shown that dispersion-assisted selection leads to the greatest genetic advance and this is so for both allogamous and autogamous gamodemes.

In ecology, the population of a species in a certain area can be estimated using the Lincoln Index. As of todays date, the population is estimated by the United States Census Bureau to be 7. The US Census Bureau estimates the 7 billion number was surpassed on 12 March , according to papers published by the United States Census Bureau, the world population hit 6. The United Nations Population Fund designated 12 October as the day on which world population reached 6 billion.

This was about 12 years after world population reached 5 billion in , the population of countries such as Nigeria, is not even known to the nearest million, so there is a considerable margin of error in such estimates. Researcher Carl Haub calculated that a total of over billion people have probably been born in the last years, Population growth increased significantly as the Industrial Revolution gathered pace from onwards.

In the United Nations Population Division projected that the population will likely surpass 10 billion in It is the purview of criminologists, psychiatrists, psychologists, and sociologists to study how these norms are created, how they change over time, norms are rules and expectations by which members of society are conventionally guided. Deviance is an absence of conformity to these norms, social norms differ from culture to culture. For example, a deviant act can be committed in one society that breaks a social norm there, Deviance can be relative to place and time because what is considered deviant in one social context may be non-deviant in another.

Killing another human is considered wrong, except when governments permit it during warfare or for self defense, deviant actions can be mala in se or mala prohibita. Three broad sociological classes exist that describe deviant behavior, namely, structural functionalism, symbolic interaction, social integration is the attachment to groups and institutions, while social regulation is the adherence to the norms and values of the society.

Those who are very integrated fall under the category of altruism, similarly, those who are very regulated fall under fatalism and those who are very unregulated fall under anomie. Durkheims theory attributes social deviance to extremes of the dimensions of the social bond, altruistic suicide, egoistic suicide, and anomic suicide are the three forms of suicide that can happen due to extremes.

Durkheim claimed that deviance was in fact a normal and necessary part of social organization, when he studied deviance he stated four important functions of deviance. Deviance affirms cultural values and norms, any definition of virtue rests on an opposing idea of vice, There can be no good without evil and no justice without crime.

Deviance defines moral boundaries, people learn right from wrong by defining people as deviant, a serious form of deviance forces people to come together and react in the same way against it. Deviance pushes societys moral boundaries which, in turn leads to social change, robert K.

He postulated that a response to societal expectations and the means by which the individual pursued those goals were useful in understanding deviance. Often, non-routine collective behavior is said to map onto economic explanations, Merton described 5 types of deviance in terms of the acceptance or rejection of social goals and the institutionalized means of achieving them,1. Innovators accept societys goals, but reject socially acceptable means of achieving them, conformists accept societys goals and the socially acceptable means of achieving them.

Ritualism refers to the inability to reach a cultural goal thus embracing the rules to the point where the people in question lose sight of their goals in order to feel respectable. Ritualists reject societys goals, but accept societys institutionalised means, ritualists are most commonly found in dead-end, repetitive jobs, where they are unable to achieve societys goals but still adhere to societys means of achievement and social norms. Retreatism is the rejection of both goals and means, letting the person in question drop out.

Religions may contain symbolic stories, which are said by followers to be true, that have the side purpose of explaining the origin of life. Traditionally, faith, in addition to reason, has considered a source of religious beliefs. With the onset of the modernisation of and the revolution in the western world. The religiously unaffiliated demographic include those who do not identify with any religion, atheists.

The study of religion encompasses a variety of academic disciplines, including theology, comparative religion. One possible interpretation traced to Cicero, connects lego read, i.

The medieval usage alternates with order in designating bonded communities like those of monastic orders, we hear of the religion of the Golden Fleece, of a knight of the religion of Avys. In the ancient and medieval world, the etymological Latin root religio was understood as a virtue of worship, never as doctrine, practice.

In the Quran, the Arabic word din is often translated as religion in modern translations and it was in the 19th century that the terms Buddhism, Hinduism, Taoism, and Confucianism first emerged. Some languages have words that can be translated as religion, but they may use them in a different way. For example, the Sanskrit word dharma, sometimes translated as religion, throughout classical South Asia, the study of law consisted of concepts such as penance through piety and ceremonial as well as practical traditions.

Medieval Japan at first had a union between imperial law and universal or Buddha law, but these later became independent sources of power. There is no equivalent of religion in Hebrew, and Judaism does not distinguish clearly between religious, national, racial, or ethnic identities.

Its capital city is Zagreb, which one of the countrys primary subdivisions. Croatia covers 56, square kilometres and has diverse, mostly continental, Croatias Adriatic Sea coast contains more than a thousand islands.

The countrys population is 4. They organised the state into two duchies by the 9th century, tomislav became the first king by , elevating Croatia to the status of a kingdom.

Quick pathophysiology lesson 1: When the heart gets low on oxygen, it starts to fire off "extra" pacemaker sites.

These usually appear in the ventricles and are thus called premature ventricular contractions -- PVC's for short. If a PVC happens to fire off during the electrical repolarization phase of cardiac contraction the dreaded "PVC on T" phenomenon, also sometimes called "R on T" it can kick the heart over into ventricular fibrillation -- a form of cardiac arrest.

The lower the heart gets on oxygen, the more PVC's it generates, and the more vulnerable to their effect it becomes, thus hypoxia increases both the probability of a PVC-on-T occurring and of its causing a cardiac arrest. When this will happen to a particular person in a particular session is simply not predictable.

This is exactly where most of the medical people I have discussed this topic with "hit the wall. When medical folks discuss breath control play, the question quickly becomes: How can you tell when they start throwing PVC's?

Quick pathophysiology lesson 2: When breathing is restricted, the body cannot eliminate carbon dioxide as it should, and the amount of carbon dioxide in the blood increases. Carbon dioxide CO2 and water H2O exist in equilibrium with what's called carbonic acid H2CO3 in a reaction catalyzed by an enzyme called carbonic anhydrase. Sorry, but I can't do subscripts in this program.

This is called respiratory acidosis. If the patient hyperventilates, they "blow off CO2" and the reaction shifts to the left, thus increasing the pH. This is called respiratory alkalosis, and has its own dangers. Quick pathophysiology lesson 3: Again, if breathing is restricted, not only does carbon dioxide have a hard time getting out, but oxygen also has a hard time getting in. A molecule of glucose C6H12O6 breaks down within the cell by a process called glycolysis into two molecules of pyruvate, thus creating a small amount of ATP for the body to use as energy.

Under normal circumstances, pyruvate quickly combines with oxygen to produce a much larger amount of ATP. However, if there's not enough oxygen to properly metabolize the pyruvate, it is converted into lactic acid and produces one form of what's called a metabolic acidosis. As you can see, either a build-up in the blood of carbon dioxide or a decrease in the blood of oxygen will cause the pH of the blood to fall. If both occur at the same time, as they do in cases of suffocation, the pH of the blood will plummet to life-threatening levels within a very few minutes.

The pH of normal human blood is in the 7. A pH falling to 6. Carefully watching their level of consciousness, skin color, and pulse rate is of only limited value. Even hooking the bottom up to both a pulse oximeter and a cardiac monitor assuming you had either piece of equipment, and they're not cheap would be of only limited additional value. While an experienced clinician can sometimes detect PVC's by feeling the patient's pulse, in reality the only reliable way to detect them is to hook the patient up to a cardiac monitor.

The problem is that each PVC is potentially lethal, particularly if the heart is low on oxygen. Even if you "ease up" on the bottom immediately, there's no telling when the PVC's will stop. They could stop almost at once, or they could continue for hours. In addition to the primary danger of cardiac arrest, there is good evidence to document that there is a very real risk of cumulative brain damage if the practice is repeated often enough.

In particular, laboratory studies of repeated brief interruption of blood flow to the brains of animals and studies of people with what's called "sleep apnea syndrome" in which they stop breathing for up to two minutes while sleeping document that cumulative brain damage does occur in such cases.

There are many documented additional dangers. These include, but are not limited to: Additionally, there are documented cases in which the recipient appeared to fully recover but was found dead several hours later. The American Psychiatric Association estimates a death rate of one person per year per million of population -- thus about deaths last year in the U. Law enforcement estimates go as much as four times higher. Most such deaths occur during solo play, however there are many documented cases of deaths that occurred during play with a partner.

It should be noted that the presence of a partner does nothing to limit the primary danger, and does little or nothing to limit most of the secondary dangers. Some people teach that choking can be safely done if pressure on the windpipe is avoided. Their belief is that pressing on the arteries leading to the brain while avoiding pressure on the windpipe can safely cause unconsciousness.

The reality, unfortunately, is that pressing on the carotid arteries, exactly as they recommend, presses on baroreceptors known as the carotid sinus bodies.

These bodies then cause vasodilation in the brain, thus there is not enough blood to perfuse the brain and the recipient loses consciousness. However, that's not the whole story. Unfortunately, a message is also sent to the main pacemaker of the heart, via the vagus nerve, to decrease the rate and force of the heartbeat.

Most of the time, under strong vagal influence, the rate and force of the heartbeat decreases by one third. However, every now and then, the rate and force decreases to zero and the bottom "flatlines" into asystole -- another, and more difficult to treat, form of cardiac arrest. There is no way to tell whether or not this will happen in any particular instance, or how quickly. There are many documented cases of as little as five seconds of choking causing a vagal-outflow-induced cardiac arrest.

For the reason cited above, many police departments have now either entirely banned the use of choke holds or have reclassified them as a form of deadly force. Finally, as a CPR instructor myself, I want to caution that knowing CPR does little to make the risk of death from breath control play significantly smaller.

I'm not going to state that breath control is something that nobody should ever do under any circumstances. I have no problem with informed, freely consenting people taking any degree of risk they wish. I am going to state that there is a great deal of ignorance regarding what actually happens to a body when it's suffocated or strangled, and that the actual degree of risk associated with these practices is far greater than most people believe.

I have noticed that, when people are educated regarding the severity and unpredictability of the risks, fewer and fewer choose to play in this area, and those who do continue tend to play less often. I also notice that, because of its severe and unpredictable risks, more and more SM party-givers are banning any form of breath control play at their events. If you'd like to look into this matter further, here are some references to get you started: I'd recommend starting here.

Box , Berkeley, CA Some of you likely recognize the name. Ayoob is a police officer and a nationally prominent expert on the police use of force, both lethal and non-lethal, with many publications and a great deal of expert witness court experience to his credit. This essay of his soberly weighs the risks involved in the use of choke-holds by police against the social usefulness of using such holds to subdue suspects.

Martial artists have known of it for centuries. Applying the Sleeper Hold Forget about putting an opponent to sleep by grinding your knuckle into the hollow beneath his ear.

The carotids are located beneath and ahead of the bone of the jaw. To occlude them — block them off — you must apply pressure on both sides. There are many methods, and most of them work better when applied from behind.

There are several stick techniques, useful with conventional batons preferably 18 inches or more , the Prosecutor baton, or the nunchaku sticks that more and more officers are carrying. They are explained in Figures 53 and One trouble with all of them, as will readily be seen, is that it is extremely hard to apply them without putting pressure on the cervical spine as well as the carotids.

Because the effect of this hold is so immediate, the officer should take care to protect his groin and eyes from a clawing hand, and his sidearm should be turned away from the suspect. This works great if the man is wearing a heavy judo gi or a denim jacket, but most ordinary shirt will tear during the struggle, destroying the effect of the hold and leaving the officer with his hands uselessly tied up as the suspect counter-attacks.

Any choke-out technique, or for that matter any two-handed hold applied from the front, is always dangerous to the officer for just this reason: On the surface, the sleeper hold appears to be an ideal technique for stopping trouble. If properly applied, it renders the subject unconscious in six to eight seconds — sometimes less if he is in debilitated physical condition, but often longer if he has thick neck muscles and is fighting furiously.

Here is a man subdued fairly rapidly, without a head broken by a baton, and without additional blood being spilled. And it often does work like this. In tough Camden, New Jersey, black belt Jim Phillips teaches a scissor hold on bar fighters and rambunctious drunks; usually, he and his students will apply just enough pressure to convince the subject to come along under his own power, but frequently, the subject will have to be rendered unconscious by the nutcracker-like pressure of the sticks.

Phillips reports no serious injuries and states that physicians he has consulted in his police-instructor capacity have approved the technique as safe. That is at odds, however, with other medical opinion, as we shall see later. Physical After-Effects In most cases, the choke-out produces little in the way of after-effects. Most subjects will experience a headache when they wake up.

Often, they will vomit upon awakening, just as do many who are rendered unconscious by blows. Duration of unconsciousness is unpredictable. If the hold has been applied for the minimum amount of time, the person regains consciousness in less than a minute.

It will usually take several. At worst, if the lock has been held too long, if the person has the wrong kind of chemicals in his system, or there are physical problems that have been aggravated by what has happened, he may never wake up. And these possibilities are many. They were pointed out to us by doctors who were familiarized with the various choke-out techniques and asked about what could be expected.

They included a neurosurgeon, a cardiologist, an ophthalmologist, and a specialist in internal medicine. They told us we could expect the following in a certain percentage of choke-out victims.

A stroke occurs when the blood supply to the brain is interrupted. A choke-out or sleeper hold also works when the blood supply to the brain is interrupted. The difference is one of degree. When talking about something as delicate as the human brain and central nervous system, those degrees are often too subtle for the layman to attempt to distinguish between. A stroke is especially likely in a suspect who, unknown to the officer who is forced to subdue him, has high blood pressure or any number of other cardiovascular problems.

The physical condition of the subject is an unknown quantity to the officer, in terms of medical problems that he may have, and stroke is something that must be considered whenever the officer attempts to close off the carotid arteries of even a young and vigorous-appearing suspect.

The pressure applied in a sleeper hold often focuses on a part of the arterial complex called the carotid sinus. In oversimplified terms, what happens here is a backup reflex on blood flow that can throw the heart into a violent response, causing heart attack. It is not at all uncommon for an individual to go into a series of convulsions resembling a grand mal fit of epilepsy when the carotid arteries have been occluded.

This may occur in a person who does not suffer epilepsy, and I have witnessed such occurrences during martial arts exercises.

It is, of course, much more likely in epileptics but can be expected to occur in the healthiest of subjects. In case it didn't come through, everything after the word "epileptics" in the last sentence is italicized in the original article. Though vomiting is most common after the choke-out suspect has regained consciousness, it may well occur while he is still passed out.

Well-equipped ambulance teams do this with electrically operated or bulb-type aspirators. The officer who has to keep alive a vomiting suspect he has choked into unconsciousness will have to resort to the other alternative: We have been assured by both a neurosurgeon and an ophthalmologist that a properly applied choke-out, held for twenty seconds or longer, may cause permanent blindness.

If you doubt it, and if you are certain that you have no cardiovascular, neurological, or eye problems, put down this book, then reach up and take your left collar firmly in your right hand and vice versa. This article refers mainly to human population, in population genetics a sexual population is a set of organisms in which any pair of members can breed together. This means that they can regularly exchange gametes to produce normally-fertile offspring and this also implies that all members belong to the same species.

If the gamodeme is very large, and all gene alleles are uniformly distributed by the gametes within it, however, there may be low frequencies of exchange with these neighbours. This may be viewed as the breaking up of a sexual population into smaller overlapping sexual populations. The overall rise in homozygosity is quantified by the inbreeding coefficient, note that all homozygotes are increased in frequency — both the deleterious and the desirable.

The mean phenotype of the collection is lower than that of the panmictic original — which is known as inbreeding depression. It is most important to note, however, that some lines will be superior to the panmictic original, while some will be about the same.

The probabilities of each can be estimated from those binomial equations, in plant and animal breeding, procedures have been developed which deliberately utilise the effects of dispersion. It can be shown that dispersion-assisted selection leads to the greatest genetic advance and this is so for both allogamous and autogamous gamodemes. In ecology, the population of a species in a certain area can be estimated using the Lincoln Index.

As of todays date, the population is estimated by the United States Census Bureau to be 7. The US Census Bureau estimates the 7 billion number was surpassed on 12 March , according to papers published by the United States Census Bureau, the world population hit 6. The United Nations Population Fund designated 12 October as the day on which world population reached 6 billion. This was about 12 years after world population reached 5 billion in , the population of countries such as Nigeria, is not even known to the nearest million, so there is a considerable margin of error in such estimates.

Researcher Carl Haub calculated that a total of over billion people have probably been born in the last years, Population growth increased significantly as the Industrial Revolution gathered pace from onwards. In the United Nations Population Division projected that the population will likely surpass 10 billion in It is the purview of criminologists, psychiatrists, psychologists, and sociologists to study how these norms are created, how they change over time, norms are rules and expectations by which members of society are conventionally guided.

Deviance is an absence of conformity to these norms, social norms differ from culture to culture. For example, a deviant act can be committed in one society that breaks a social norm there, Deviance can be relative to place and time because what is considered deviant in one social context may be non-deviant in another.

Killing another human is considered wrong, except when governments permit it during warfare or for self defense, deviant actions can be mala in se or mala prohibita.

Three broad sociological classes exist that describe deviant behavior, namely, structural functionalism, symbolic interaction, social integration is the attachment to groups and institutions, while social regulation is the adherence to the norms and values of the society. Those who are very integrated fall under the category of altruism, similarly, those who are very regulated fall under fatalism and those who are very unregulated fall under anomie.

Durkheims theory attributes social deviance to extremes of the dimensions of the social bond, altruistic suicide, egoistic suicide, and anomic suicide are the three forms of suicide that can happen due to extremes. Durkheim claimed that deviance was in fact a normal and necessary part of social organization, when he studied deviance he stated four important functions of deviance.

Deviance affirms cultural values and norms, any definition of virtue rests on an opposing idea of vice, There can be no good without evil and no justice without crime. Deviance defines moral boundaries, people learn right from wrong by defining people as deviant, a serious form of deviance forces people to come together and react in the same way against it. Deviance pushes societys moral boundaries which, in turn leads to social change, robert K. He postulated that a response to societal expectations and the means by which the individual pursued those goals were useful in understanding deviance.

Often, non-routine collective behavior is said to map onto economic explanations, Merton described 5 types of deviance in terms of the acceptance or rejection of social goals and the institutionalized means of achieving them,1. Innovators accept societys goals, but reject socially acceptable means of achieving them, conformists accept societys goals and the socially acceptable means of achieving them.

Ritualism refers to the inability to reach a cultural goal thus embracing the rules to the point where the people in question lose sight of their goals in order to feel respectable. Ritualists reject societys goals, but accept societys institutionalised means, ritualists are most commonly found in dead-end, repetitive jobs, where they are unable to achieve societys goals but still adhere to societys means of achievement and social norms.

Retreatism is the rejection of both goals and means, letting the person in question drop out. Religions may contain symbolic stories, which are said by followers to be true, that have the side purpose of explaining the origin of life. Traditionally, faith, in addition to reason, has considered a source of religious beliefs. With the onset of the modernisation of and the revolution in the western world. The religiously unaffiliated demographic include those who do not identify with any religion, atheists.

The study of religion encompasses a variety of academic disciplines, including theology, comparative religion. One possible interpretation traced to Cicero, connects lego read, i. The medieval usage alternates with order in designating bonded communities like those of monastic orders, we hear of the religion of the Golden Fleece, of a knight of the religion of Avys. In the ancient and medieval world, the etymological Latin root religio was understood as a virtue of worship, never as doctrine, practice.

In the Quran, the Arabic word din is often translated as religion in modern translations and it was in the 19th century that the terms Buddhism, Hinduism, Taoism, and Confucianism first emerged. Some languages have words that can be translated as religion, but they may use them in a different way. For example, the Sanskrit word dharma, sometimes translated as religion, throughout classical South Asia, the study of law consisted of concepts such as penance through piety and ceremonial as well as practical traditions.

Medieval Japan at first had a union between imperial law and universal or Buddha law, but these later became independent sources of power. There is no equivalent of religion in Hebrew, and Judaism does not distinguish clearly between religious, national, racial, or ethnic identities.

Its capital city is Zagreb, which one of the countrys primary subdivisions. Croatia covers 56, square kilometres and has diverse, mostly continental, Croatias Adriatic Sea coast contains more than a thousand islands. The countrys population is 4. They organised the state into two duchies by the 9th century, tomislav became the first king by , elevating Croatia to the status of a kingdom. After the war, Croatia became a member and a federal constituent of the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia.

On 25 June Croatia declared independence, which came wholly into effect on 8 October of the same year, the Croatian War of Independence was fought successfully during the four years following the declaration.

A unitary state, Croatia is a republic governed under a parliamentary system, the International Monetary Fund classified Croatia as an emerging and developing economy, and the World Bank identified it as a high-income economy.

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