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... essential process of all existence.” (Spock, "Let That Be Your Last Battlefield") “What does it mean, 'exact change'?” (Spock; 'The Voyage Home')   Debating ...
2. Homeworld Greetings
(Homeworld/Introductive Material - French (Fr))
...  You know that everything is as it should be. The struggle has ended, you are home... Outside the window, the sun is shining, Birds are chirping all around; Someone is playing guitar under the ...
3. Neurohacking Tutorial 1 - Basics & Golden Rules
(Neurohacking/Tutorials - Russian (CIS))
... to your physical landscape (eg. mountains, forests) or your surroundings (eg. home, workspace) but also to new circumstances, social contacts such as colleagues, friends, acquaintances and family, and ...
4. The Neurohackers Community
(FAQs/General Issues - French (Fr))
... well just forget the dream, take the blue pill, go to work and get drunk on weekends. But some of us cannot forget the dream. Some of us still feel a longing to go home, to a place our biology and intelligence ...
5. Drugs & Chemicals
(Category - French (Fr))
... We're living in an environment populated by chemicals; and from the point of view of our brain, reality is first of all chemical. Neurotransmission, cell signaling, metabolism and homeostasis (the way ...
6. Introductive Material
(Category - French (Fr))
    This section gathers the introductive documents for Homeworld.  ...
7. Homeworld
(Section - French (Fr))
    This section gathers everything related to Homeworld and the quest for autonomy, self-sufficiency, political and spiritual independence, or yet, in one (delicately multi-ordinal and ...
... to explore, which needs no batteries or equipment and can be done at home. Keep us posted with your results! We have met contextual priming many times before in these tutorials, and we have called it ...
... This integration is expressed as a dominant feeling state that modulates cultural and motivational behavior in conjunction with bodily homeostasis.[40]   Salience Network (SN) The salience network ...
10. FORUM ACCESS
(News/Latest)
  Woh! We have some glitch on the forum homepage, dudes! To get around this, you can log on to the forums via these direct links: Bay: http://www.neurohackers.com/index.php/en/menu-left-forum/forum?id=1 ...
... meat on certain fridays is somehow dangerous, or that walking about naked in your own home is wrong, (all fairly typical counterfeit moral beliefs). Biomorality on the other hand is supported by science ...
12. Sakiro's Hackipedia Volume 3
(Neurohacking/Resources)
...  8 what is the nearest town to your current home? 9 where is your electricity supply emergency cutoff switch? 10 where can you turn off the water supply to your house? You can now check the ...
... what others around us (these days, 'those around us' may be characters on our favorite TV shows -or whomever we pay attention to-) think, say or do. Thus, many people do not genuinely know what they ...
... either desperately trying to be society's ideal self, loyally serving/worshipping the bullies for life (extro), or disappearing into the homeless, nameless, unseen ranks as a stereotypical 'loser' (intro). ...
... better after a couple of nights in a new home. Here Reynolds appears to be confusing the process of acclimating the mice to the testing environment before the experiment begins with that of the actual ...
... small in order to meet its survival needs; basic behaviors such as seeking, avoiding, defending, collecting, learning, mating, homemaking and so on. Archetypes have emerged from the interactions between ...
17. Antidepressants - risk of gut infection
(Neurohacking/Drugs & Chemicals)
... people (in the US) (n = 16,781), linking data from biennial interviews to physician and emergency department visits, stays in hospital and skilled nursing facilities, home health visits, ...
18. Emotion - methods for mood & anxiety disorders
(Neurohacking/Theory & Research)
... Traditional psychiatric medication, psychotherapy and somatic therapies converge in bringing homeostasis to these disrupted circuits. New neurostimulatory therapies based on progress in understanding emotion ...
19. Intermediate questions for Profiling Game
(Neurohacking/Resources)
... were home-educated (b) regularly and never bunked off (c) reluctantly and bunked off a lot (d) regularly but bunked off occasionally” “X is probably able to (a) play a musical instrument ...
... in, decreasing movement, everything connected to a single dimension of embodied experience in the here and now – safety, shelter, relaxation, home, mountains, caves, solidity, the known.  ...
21. Answer sheet for N6 (c)
(Neurohacking/Tutorials)
Answers for N6 (c)   1 Ride home -maximum 4 points Answer: You ask your friend to drive the old lady home in your van. After helping the old lady into the van, you can arrange to meet your ...
22. Intermediate Functional Analysis PART TWO
(Neurohacking/Tutorials)
... network 6 connectivity function testing 1 Ride home  You are driving down the road in your van on a wild, stormy night, when you pass by a bus stop and you see three people waiting for the ...
23. Intermediate Functional Analysis PART ONE
(Neurohacking/Tutorials)
...  [ ]C I sleep naturally whenever I'm tired, and wake up easily and naturally without stimulants. [ ]D I take care of and regularly clean my body, clothes, bedding and home. [ ]E My immunity is ...
... in the learning and memory areas of the hippocampus at an optimal flow—a concept known as homeostatic plasticity. If granule cells try to transmit too much activity, the synaptic junction tamps down ...
25. Schooling; The Hidden Agenda
(Homeworld/School & Work Alternatives)
... to speak to you to day. After all, I've never written a book or even an article about home schooling or unschooling. I've been called a number of things: a futurist, a planetary philosopher, an anthropologist ...
26. Deschooling essays by John Taylor Gatto
(Homeworld/School & Work Alternatives)
... a year, for twelve years. Is this deadly routine really necessary? And if so, for what? Don't hide behind reading, writing, and arithmetic as a rationale, because 2 million happy homeschoolers have surely ...
27. Sakiro's Hackipedia Volume 2
(Neurohacking/Resources)
... odor-based mental plan of your home. The personal associations and mental effects of smells (exercise) Sit with a particular pleasant smell within effective range. Think about its associations ...
28. Sakiro's Hackipedia Volume 1
(Neurohacking/Resources)
... at home? [ ] 13. Do memory lapses interfere with your functioning in social situations? [ ] 14. [type in the answers] Name the last three new people you met. [ 1 ] [ 2 ] [ 3 ] 15. Name five different ...
... behaviors. The concrete processes that maintain internal homeostasis use 'drives' such as hunger or sex to motivate behavioral changes, signaling with neurotransmitters and hormones to muscles and bones ...
... pass a specific place. Each place cell in the brain ‘prefers’ a slightly different geographical place. For example, as you wander around your home looking for something that has gone missing, ...
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