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... links etc, occur when gene DNA is the target for change. The epigenome constitutes the interface between an organisms’ genome and its environment. Evolutionary changes are adapting us all the time ...
...  How our beliefs affect the expression of our genome. How our beliefs affect our behavior. How the placebo effect works and ways in which we can use it to improve ourselves. Why a lot of people ...
3. Sakiro's Hackipedia Volume 3
(Neurohacking/Resources)
... the debate?    2 Consider the following two hypotheses: A Cloning animals is a bad idea because replication within the same genome causes genetic problems, same as incest does. B Cloning ...
... research is finally out from under the carpet.   The current story Since the advent of IT, the internet, fMRI scanners and the cracking of the genome there has been swift progress in both creative ...
... and how each neuron translates signals of chemical information about its context via cellular sensorimotor information (sensation as movement); with 'shape-shifting' proteins that signal the genome as ...
... data tells us that major genome changes take place in response to the pineal gland too. Some expanses of DNA contain the information that generates biologically active molecules, and the levels of these ...
7. Sakiro's Hackipedia Volume 1
(Neurohacking/Resources)
...  Diet & health Hacking the Genome for Physical Health – Weight and Build Adjustment If you believe you’re overweight or underweight because of ‘your genes’, here’s ...
... before the genome gets the message that it's safe to activate sensory systems. When all boxes are ticked, human newborns find their systems flooded with oxytocin, serotonin and endorphins that destroy ...
... processes can only be accomplished by gene switches initiating changes in the genome, and the only triggers for this process come from the cells' own environment. An organism’s interaction with ...
... chemicals that trigger changes in your genome –a change in the expression of your genetic code. Different genes are turned on that produce new proteins for new brain growth; new connections between ...
11. Physiological methods - Epigenetics - Hacking the genome
(Neurohacking/Methods & Technology)
  From “I've Made My Mind Up Now” by AR   Hacking the genome   Discourses on the subject of evolution often use the famous phrase “survival of the fittest”. ...
12. Epigenetics - Human Epigenome Project
(Neurohacking/Theory & Research)
  Human Epigenome Project - Up and Running   Jane Bradbury The Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute and Epigenomics AG recently announced the launch of the Human Epigenome ...
13. Epigenetics - Exploring the Genome Project
(Neurohacking/Theory & Research)
  The Epigenome Network of Excellence   An initiative funded by the European Union is building a collaborative network of established and younger research groups to ...
14. Epigenetics - Chromatin and Gene Expression
(Neurohacking/Theory & Research)
... condenses the genome into compact bundles inside the nucleus. Different cell types have different chromatin arrangements during development and cell differentiation that appear to regulate gene expression, ...
... transcription factor A (Tfam) in Pomc- or Agrp-expressing neuronal cells. Tfam is required for transcription of the mitochondrial genome, which encodes proteins required for cellular respiration and thus ...
... Genome Project Had a Working Base Approximately 55 genes had been identified that could extend longevity when altered. These include an insulin-like receptor (daf-2) and a phosphatidylinositol 3-OH kinase ...
... Work on anxiety reduction first to ensure a fun, pleasant high. Cannabis can be used for hacking the genome, as it affects the transcription factors for glucose metabolism in the same way as calorie ...
... brain cells (hardware) and also the genome. Plasticity enables learning and memory, and is usable in NH for changing habits. You will also know that anxiety prevents plasticity, because plasticity usually ...
19. ICMM 1 Terms & Conditions (what is neurohacking)
(Workshop/I've Changed My Mind)
... physical augmentation and the Human Genome Project)... Some of those people may be smarter than me, some of them not so smart. Smart or not, it is highly likely that a large proportion of such researchers ...
20. ICMM 10 Memory Editors (enhancing & wiping)
(Workshop/I've Changed My Mind)
... think I am implying we can somehow non-intrusively redesign our own genome! I'm not suggesting that at all. I'm suggesting we can, as we figure out how to turn gene transcription factors on an off, control ...
21. ICMM 20 Future Developments (upgrades & uploads)
(Workshop/I've Changed My Mind)
... best genome for looks, health and intelligence...put together with genetic engineering, the children of tomorrow will be fantastic! (I guess if someone from 1000 years ago saw our kids, they'd think they ...
22. BTPT 3, 6
(Workshop/Beyond The Porcelain Throne)
... familiar or "deja-vu". They should be. "Humans only discovered this is the last few years and months, because that's how fast science is progressing in neuro circles, but it seems like the genome is ...
23. BTPT 2, 2
(Workshop/Beyond The Porcelain Throne)
... spend your time with a bunch of Margarets [especially if they salute each other]. This is all perfectly natural because your genome is designed to make you a social animal that is more easily able to adapt ...
24. Optimal Nutrition - The Basics
(Neurohacking/Lifestyle & Nutrition)
... too much]. You can always go back to full GI to 'reset' the genome if you accidentally overdo it and trip those genes in the wrong direction. If you stay on low GI there's no need to restrict any calories. ...
... that trigger changes in your genome –a change in the expression of your genetic code. Different genes are turned on that produce new proteins for new brain growth; new connections between cells. ...
26. Intelligence - The Basics
(Neurohacking/Basics)
... intelligence to emerge and that sections of your genome can be turned on and off by making physical and environmental changes. This is what epigenetics (and proteomics) are all about.   The Genome ...
... of our genomes, otherwise our associations with 'good' and 'bad' will be false. Anxiety has created the tendency towards lifestyles for ourselves that are significantly harmful to both body and mind. ...
... are really surprised at how powerful an effect epigenetics can have and how fast it works. Effectively you are none-intrusively hacking the genome, causing it to express genes that promote higher intelligence ...
... we had. (Stunningly, the “one thing = one function” mistake was made again years later when the human genome came under scrutiny. People would ask, “Is it this gene that causes—“) ...
... of neurohacking...so let’s catch up on the basics of the epigenome... Quick summary: Epigenetics: the study of stable alterations in gene expression that arise during development and ...
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