A lot of people have been questioning my Lateral Synovial Joint Loading Height Increase Results. I know I have measurement error but I was hoping that some sort of photograph expert would be able to ascertain any limb lengthening effects that occurred. I guess not but I'm working hard on getting that finger proof which should be extremely solid proof and extremely hard to fake. Here's the first tibial measurement I made with LSJL:
Now I don't go all the way to the end of the femur but we should still be able to use this measurement here to see if there was an increase in bone length. Here's my last reported measurement as of october:
The tape measure doesn't end at the same spot along the knee but it begins at the same spot at the ankle. The latest picture starts at 16 1/4". I slide a ruler down to the very beginning of the knee(around where the calf ends) and I get 4 inches. That's 12 1/4" from ankle to knee. Doing this with the first picture the ruler slides down to about 3 cm(you can't see the inches). Which is a little less than an inch and a fifth.The ankle starts at 13 1/4". Which would lead to about 12 1/4".
But! You'll notice that there is a much more pronounced part of the tibia to the side of the knee. Which could mean that the height increase from LSJL came from there so...
Here's a picture from May 20th:
In this picture, the ruler starts at the same location at the knee and ends(approximately) at the same location of the ankle but the ruler only goes up to 15 1/4" meaning a 1 inch length increase between then and now.
Here's a picture with the ruler starting at a position on the ankle much closer to the position in the latest photos:
If you look at the first picture and the pictures now you can see that the majority of the height was in the epiphysis(which is where the stem cells would differentiate into chondrocytes). For some reason, growth isn't occurring by the ankle even though you can generate much more relative pressure.
I'm still working on that finger proof and others at the LSJL forum are working as well but I hope you take the time to analyze the photos and see the length gain in the knee epiphysis.