gerlint submitted:My Take on the Escher Girl’s Anatomy…
Hi, it’s Gee again (the one who did this: http://eschergirls.tumblr.com/image/31998913888). Anyway, after seeing a post describing the “mechanics” behind an Escher Girl, I decided to come up with my own, biological explanation of this phenomenon.
I believe Escher Girls have a special spinal structure that allows them to twist and bend the way they do. Instead of having 12 thoracic vertebrae, like normal humans do in their spine, an Escher Girl has 24. Furthermore, these vertebrae have a structure similar to the cervical vertebrae of owls, allowing for actions such as extreme swiveling.
I like the amount of thought you put into this. I once calculated the volume and surface area of the Death Star and figured all the things you could fit in it, and the total population of the second Death Star if it had been completed (it’d be the population of the US). So I appreciate stuff like this. :3
Yay! I’m glad you like it. Also, that’s quite a lot of people in one Death Star… I didn’t think it could contain that many. :O