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... premise about creativity itself? Does the author present a valid argument that there is a link between creativity and mental illness? Does the author present a valid argument that genetics ...
2. Subject Index for Archives
(Neurohacking/Resources)
...    Genes & genetics    ...
... is plasticity; it's the dynamic process of ongoing emergence of intelligence, driven by whatever the system believes is necessary, via epigenetics. The emergence of intelligence is inherent in evolution; ...
... we'll take a look at the mechanics of how epigenetics works. Epigenetics and belief The prefix 'epi-' is here defined as “on; upon; above; over”, and the term epigenetics comes from ...
... optogenetics and TMS. Although multiple networks and areas of our brain are used for creativity, recent research has show how a network of neurons in and between the hippo and the cortex switches states ...
6. Toxins in food - Aspartame - info 1981-2013
(Neurohacking/Lifestyle & Nutrition)
... Taste That Kills”)    In 1987, Dr. Louis J. Elsas,  then Professor of Pediatrics and Director of the Division of Medical Genetics at Emory University testified at the hearing before ...
7. Sakiro's Hackipedia Volume 2
(Neurohacking/Resources)
... areas: Anxiety, what it can do and how to reduce it Plasticity, Epigenetics & Input control The difference between stress and anxiety The difference between emotion and sentiment   ...
8. Sakiro's Hackipedia Volume 1
(Neurohacking/Resources)
... where you find something to do about that! You’ll notice that quite a lot of neurohacking hinges on epigenetics and turning genes on or off. Some genes need constant input in order to remain functional; ...
... of Genetics, Charles Darwin: Darwin noticed thet the emotional behavior in animals (for example, alarm calls, status/sexual displays or defensive posturing) seemed often a lot more melodramatic or 'intense' ...
... 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 ...
... receptors) to alter their shapes and join together or split apart to form tools that turn on and off the machinery of cell processing and perform its various tasks.   Epigenetics Hopefully you ...
12. Physiological methods - Epigenetics - Hacking the genome
(Neurohacking/Methods & Technology)
... to want to know more. Epigenetics is one of the greatest tools for NH and is currently greatly underestimated. Our generation is the first to have access to this information, and I for one intend to make ...
... premise about creativity itself? Does the author present a valid argument that there is a link between creativity and mental illness? Does the author present a valid argument that genetics ...
14. Epigenetics - Human Epigenome Project
(Neurohacking/Theory & Research)
... Is Epigenetics? Most people have a fair idea of what is meant by genetics. They know that characteristics such as eye colour are specified by the DNA sequence within their genome. But not everything ...
15. Epigenetics - Exploring the Genome Project
(Neurohacking/Theory & Research)
... tackle key questions in epigenetics. Asifa Akhtar, Giacomo Cavalli Citation: Akhtar A, Cavalli G (2005) The Epigenome Network of Excellence. PLoS Biol 3(5): e177. doi:10.1371/journal.pbio.0030177 Published: ...
16. Epigenetics - Chromatin and Gene Expression
(Neurohacking/Theory & Research)
... complexity arises not from gene number but from patterns of gene expression, which change under the direction of both genetic and so-called epigenetic mechanisms. Epigenetics, broadly defined, concerns ...
17. Methods & Technology Intro - Part II: Technology
(Neurohacking/Methods & Technology)
...    (2006) optogenetics Thanks to molecular tinkering and new fiber-optic devices that deliver light deep into the brain via an implant, researchers can use optogenetics to study the effect ...
...  Professor Nilesh Samani et al; Nature Genetics Professor Nilesh Samani, who co-led the project, is British Heart Foundation Professor of Cardiology at the University of Leicester, together ...
19. Disorders & Problems - Introduction to This Section
(Neurohacking/Disorders & Problems)
... Lifestyle and Genetic factors to individual problems)       GENERAL NERVOUS SYSTEM DISORDERS   Pain in General AGLG (Age/gender/lifestyle/genetics) We tend ...
... easily tolerate it. There is a possibility this can be hacked with epigenetics and so far (2009) the most promising way is via serotonin increase. Marijuana may come as “Grass” (the dried ...
... the perception of social rank. Epigenetics in the form of social experience alters the proportion between different serotonin receptors that have opposing effects on the “fight or flight” response, ...
... is usable in NH for changing habits. You will also know that anxiety prevents plasticity, because plasticity usually takes place via epigenetics; interaction between genes and signals from their environment. ...
23. Matrix Theory Background - Herman Epstein Papers 1
(Neurohacking/Theory & Research)
... If we work with biology we will increase its potential for success. Several new developments have occurred since these papers were written; most notably the study of epigenetics has provided a more detailed ...
24. Matrix Theory - The Basics
(Neurohacking/Theory & Research)
...  The reason for this is we are dealing with a dynamic system that is inherently responsive to feedback from circumstances and from itself at all times. We need both nature and nurture, genetics and epigenetics.(11) ...
25. ICMM 7 View (perception & programming)
(Workshop/I've Changed My Mind)
... at and to touch, but yuck to eat or sniff at, related as it is to modeling clay, but we'll try all these options and find out. Depending on our genetics and the environment, we may decide it's too cold ...
26. ICMM 11 Processor Upgrade (conditioning & learning)
(Workshop/I've Changed My Mind)
... form.) R3 Genetics The alternative allele affects some 20% of the population of the western world. Those with both the genetic predisposition and the 'normal' amount of brain damage experience various ...
27. ICMM 16 Advanced Applications Level 1 (hacking pain)
(Workshop/I've Changed My Mind)
... can we go? Obviously we all have individual limits within the broad spectrum of intended human mental ability, some bestowed by genetics, others by experience and personality. These are our own personal ...
28. ICMM 19 My Documents (personal account)
(Workshop/I've Changed My Mind)
... will inevitably change. This is the scariest thing about neurohacking...you have to take responsibility for what you wish to become and what you are becoming. You can no longer blame genetics, parents, ...
29. ICMM 20 Future Developments (upgrades & uploads)
(Workshop/I've Changed My Mind)
... that we turn into what we are surrounded by, and children always become closest to those who interact with them the most, despite genetics. Kids raised by nurseries and nannies are not going to want to ...
30. BTPT 3, 2
(Workshop/Beyond The Porcelain Throne)
... and being good at such an amazingly diverse variety of things. Your brains are moulded by experience just as much as by original development; by nurture just as much as genetics. ...Incidentally, just ...
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