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31. ICMM 7 View (perception & programming)
(Workshop/I've Changed My Mind)
... in. The only way out of a dysfunction in a matrix is to bypass the dysfunctional system completely and slowly shut it down. You do this physically by building its replacement by neurohacking; and a part ...
32. ICMM 11 Processor Upgrade (conditioning & learning)
(Workshop/I've Changed My Mind)
... may be also stuck with ADHD, alcohol problems, long term drug use, compulsive gambling or buying, obesity or bingeing, libido dysfunction, smoking, or thrill seeking. These are all different ways of humans ...
33. ICMM 15 AL Tutorial (imagination enhancement)
(Workshop/I've Changed My Mind)
... the mid brain's behavior as we grow, using LH logic and RH creative flexibility, synergizing in the ACG to make logical common sense out of the code. But a dysfunctional PFC cannot understand the mid brain's ...
34. ICMM 18 Troubleshooting (problems & solutions)
(Workshop/I've Changed My Mind)
... hack this sort of depression by interfering with the transcription of this gene, or by genetic manipulation later. Currently this is not done. Frontal lobe dysfunctions, especially in the left PFC, are ...
35. ICMM 20 Future Developments (upgrades & uploads)
(Workshop/I've Changed My Mind)
... what it is we need to reproduce, how it works, and how it goes wrong. If a model for Artificial Intelligence is taken from most current human brains we will end up with Artificial Dysfunctional Intelligence, ...
36. BTPT 2, 2
(Workshop/Beyond The Porcelain Throne)
... you feel better after it than before? And do any others involved seem to feel better too? 9. Is it mostly free from examples of dysfunction, e.g., unprovoked aggression, panic, cruelty or hopelessness? ...
37. Intelligence - The Basics
(Neurohacking/Basics)
... the possibility that they might not be able to pick them up again. Also, before the advent of fMRI et al, we did not have the ability to properly show the development of mental dysfunction, and consequently ...
38. Anxiety - Cortisol and Violent Behavior
(Neurohacking/Disorders & Problems)
... anatomy and structural abnormalities comes in. By investigating serious anti-social behavior, the research team hopes that markers of dysfunction and disorder can be identified in the brain to guide future ...
... of that natural tendency caused by dysfunction, however minor. Carl Rogers was an accomplished communicator - both in person and through his writings and films. He was also a committed practitioner who ...
... a direction that produces greater integration, less internal conflict, more energy utilizable for effective living, and a change in behavior away from behaviors generally regarded as immature or dysfunctional ...
... suggest that this arises because of a dysfunction in the mirror neuron system in the parieto-occipital junction caused by the stimulating electrode. These neurons are ordinarily activated when we temporarily ...
... development cannot take place, and if environmental cues from “wrong input” are turning genes on that can cause dysfunction, the forthcoming epigenetics map will provide neurohackers with an ...
43. Autism - A Theory of Autism, by Rama & Lindsay Oberman
(Neurohacking/Disorders & Problems)
... Because these neurons appeared to be involved in abilities such as empathy and the perception of another individual's intentions, it seemed logical to hypothesize that a dysfunction of the mirror neuron ...
... violence, and other human problems, as distortions of that natural tendency caused by dysfunction, however minor. Rogers’ ‘personality theory’ is built on the natural striving of intelligence ...
... have the ability to properly show the development of mental dysfunction, and consequently we could not detect it until it became relatively severe. We recognized ‘depression’ and ‘bipolar ...
46. Homeworld Introduction
(Homeworld/Introductive Material)
... Without them, the brain depreciates even faster than the body and we end up dysfunctional and finally senile, at which point we can no longer take care of the body. We don't list these factors as any ...
47. The Neurohackers Community
(FAQs/General Issues)
... decline, direction: senility? Where life is lived to the full, without borders or boundaries imposed by dysfunctional systems? In an emergent system that runs itself instead of needing politics or ...
48. Stuff by Members
(Category)
... futures or fantasy realms,.. or, in more earth-bound genres, to put the reader in front of a cultural mirror focusing either on their little deficiencies and dysfunctions either on their everyday-life's ...
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