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After watching the below video, you might be wondering to yourself how this millipede walks so wondrously and is able to keep control of its many legs. As it turns out, millipedes have modular bodies that make it fairly easy. Each segment of the millipede has a ganglion — a nerve cell cluster that's a part of the automatic nervous and sensory systems — that is "in charge" of its respective legs. Humans, too, have a central pattern generator for walking. And yes, we'll admit this is also one giant nope but we're too enthralled to give a damn. The coronavirus is coming to you. It's coming at an exponential speed: gradually, and then suddenly. It's a matter of days.
There have been images uploaded to this topic. View topic image gallery. Pinside member. Inwood, WV. But damn this thread has legs!! People love cheap garbage. As someone who also owns "real" arcade machines and pins, i like my cheap garbage arcade1up machine just fine.