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... connected with it and constantly interacting with it, because ongoing interaction with the matrix is necessary for each phase of emergence to complete.   Does emergence cause a matrix to be formed? ...
32. CR - Intermittent Fasting research
(Neurohacking/Lifestyle & Nutrition)
... non-processed fats, such as organic grass-fed raw butter, eggs, coconut oil, avocados, and almonds. There's very compelling evidence showing that calories from fat are far more beneficial for our health ...
33. Answer sheet for N6 (c)
(Neurohacking/Tutorials)
...  Hex grid -you get one point for this full correct answer   15 complete the series -you get one point for this full correct answer   16 = 7 and 17 = 9. The number of letters ...
34. Intermediate Functional Analysis PART TWO
(Neurohacking/Tutorials)
... your N5 'a' subscore   …................    Comparative test for N5 key skill:  [ ]1 I work out how to change specific things that I want to change in my life.  ...
35. Intermediate Functional Analysis PART ONE
(Neurohacking/Tutorials)
... Jill, and all students who kept asking where it was.   Index model: (a)for each network we are testing the following functions: 1 senses/tools for comprehending 2 simple behaviors, system ...
... going on regardless of details. We complement this information with practical methods for maintaining emotional stability and improving communication in relationships; we can use Roger's Core Conditions ...
37. Schooling; The Hidden Agenda
(Homeworld/School & Work Alternatives)
... keeping young people off the job market is only half of what the schools do superbly well. By the age of thirteen or fourteen, children in aboriginal societies--tribal societies--have completed what we, ...
38. Deschooling essays by John Taylor Gatto
(Homeworld/School & Work Alternatives)
... kids, as you might expect. Who wouldn't get bored teaching students who are rude and interested only in grades? If even that. Of course, teachers are themselves products of the same twelve-year compulsory ...
39. Sakiro's Hackipedia Volume 2
(Neurohacking/Resources)
... Compare results. Explore your room/apartment/house/hut systematically for smells (exercise) Note down as many smells as you can and try to describe them in a couple of words. Can these smells ...
... you have enough data you can graph it for a visual comparison of results from two or more experiments. In our example, comparing the time it took to run a marathon after eating spinach the night before, ...
41. Sakiro's Hackipedia Volume 1
(Neurohacking/Resources)
... me” “Numbers are complicated; I'm a more creative type of guy” Etc. And thanks to this wonderful site, it freed me for that judgment, and now I know we can become whatever we want ...
... already via comparative association. In abstract cognitive terms, the brain's plasticity enables us to learn new associations and remember new facts. In concrete behavioral terms the same plasticity ...
... body and speech, into the complex database of remembered life experiences and knowledge that we depend on every day? The feedback loop between nature (your genes) and nurture (your context) allows epigenetics ...
44. Memory - memory editing update, 2004-2011
(Neurohacking/Theory & Research)
    Update on memory editing methods 2004-2011   2004 In 2004, Science magazine mentioned four new companies—Sention, Cortex Pharmaceuticals, Memory Pharmaceuticals, and ...
... We'll show you how basic rules of association lead to the emergence of a complex inner model that the mind uses to process everything, how network 3's physiology and mirror neurons allow us to connect ...
... and they can also be hacked completely by accident, because biology designs us to tend to believe what we are told by those we respect. This is the usual way that things get confused. If we are (even ...
47. Foundations
(Workshop/Pillars Of Nobility)
... bed ok, desk, computer and guitar ok, wearables ok, anti-anxiety devices ok. "Well, and it seems everything's fine, nothing is on fire, doesn't feel like we're drifting or anything, so what the ...
48. Alternatives to money
(Homeworld/School & Work Alternatives)
... have computers and the internet these days in many places, btw. Tribes are also closed communities with a theme of course, but we're assuming that most persons reading this are into technology, so if ...
... theorizing. The Tell-Tale Brain is Ramachandran at his best, a profoundly intriguing and compelling guide to the intricacies of the human brain. (Oliver Sacks, author of The Mind’s Eye) Ramachandran ...
... theorizing. The Tell-Tale Brain is Ramachandran at his best, a profoundly intriguing and compelling guide to the intricacies of the human brain. (Oliver Sacks, author of The Mind’s Eye) Ramachandran ...
51. Alternative energy
(Homeworld/Energy Alternatives)
... “an alternative to being 'on the grid'”; i.e., producing your own energy instead of paying for it, for some it means an alternative to complex or modern technology, for some it means only renewable-source ...
52. NOT the Queens Speech
(News/Latest)
... have always done. You carry your own little candle and you look out for companion lights, out there in the murky fog of confusion. Real friendship is one of the most subversive acts of all, as far as ...
53. Passages in the Void
(Workshop/Stuff by Members)
... hair, and her name was Kim. I had chosen her from a large lineup of similarly strong and confident dark-haired women in an elaborate ceremony which I understood was the culmination of a competition that ...
54. Physiological methods - Epigenetics - Hacking the genome
(Neurohacking/Methods & Technology)
... isn’t the least bit interested in the survival or improvement of intelligence, just as your computer isn't the least bit interested in whether or not you paid for that copy of Windows. The genome ...
<quote needed> This section gathers general data about computer science. Chronological timeline(s), concepts and conception principles, OS (Operational System) basic knowledge, etc...  ...
56. CL Programming
(Category)
"Layers and iterations, that's pretty much what it's all about, yunno..." - Le Scal If you want to learn how to program computers nowadays, this is the place for you to start with. Today's tools have ...
57. CL Networks
(Category)
<quote needed> This section gathers data about computer networks. How they are conceived, how they work, etc...  ...
58. COMP~Position
(Category)
  COMP~Position is Le Scal's debut album, inspired by Alex's COMP process, that approaches different aspects of neurohacking by a spiritual, allegorical, and musical angle.    ...
59. Cyberland
(Section)
... words, we are "pre-cyborgs"; a heck of a lot of things that we do nowadays, we couldn't if computers weren't there. So, we believe that, in a way or another, the future of humanity will pass by the machines ...
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