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... as well as the art, of reasoning"; and "the science of the most general laws of truth". Despite growing up in a society that values intellect highly, with schooling systems that push intellectual ...
2. IMMMUN chapter 6
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... art of whatever it is we are most interested in learning; all the way up from tying our own shoes to controlling our own emotions to carving a marble statue to comprehending the intellectual complexities ...
3. IMMMUN chapter 5
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... motivation and memory (and hence for learning, creativity, intellect, communication and all the rest). It is a 'biggie' in our system and in our lives.   Emotion provides us with the motivation ...
4. IMMMUN chapter 4
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... sense of meaning/purpose in life are not only central to well-being but also enhance your creative and intellectual performance. For example, chronically increased levels of stress resulting in unhealthy ...
5. IMMMUN chapter 3
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... if we find ourselves in adverse conditions.    The unconscious believes we are capable of changing our environments to more beneficial ones via creativity and intellect. It is, to the unconscious ...
6. IMMMUN chapter 2
(Workshop/Stuff by Members)
... new comparisons made. This operational state is known in the colloquial as 'open mode'. In open mode we tend to be intellectually curious, creative and imaginative, with a propensity to cognitively explore ...
7. IMMMUN Appendix 1
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... output in appropriate ways ability to follow formal logic or reasoning accurate self-assessment executive skills: intellect analysis, judgment, decisions, planning, comoutation, calculation, ...
8. IMMMUN Chapter 1
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... stability, attention, empathy, prediction, creativity, concentration, intellect, control, judgment, problem-solving and so on.   Extraordinary claims require extraordinary proof; the proof for ...
9. I've Made My Mind Up Now: Foreword
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... performed upon it can change output. NH requires DOING things, rather than knowing about things. No matter how well we understand the biological hardware, no amount of technical, intellectual anatomical ...
10. Subject Index for Archives
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...  s&f intellect      ...
... Some lists include network 4 and 5 skills, such as intellect and creativity. We have examined some of these abilities in previous tutorials, and will be looking at several more in this tutorial. The ...
... you the opportunity to include cutting-edge research in exploration of these issues, as you will get to study the same questions used in recent experiments. We expect you to use your rationality and intellectual ...
    NHA Tutorial 14   Intellect, formal language and declarative memory updated August 2015   Introduction It is important in this Tutorial to understand that Intellect ...
14. Sakiro's Hackipedia Volume 3
(Neurohacking/Resources)
... & planning 5.6 Formal language & Intellect (IQ) 5.1 sense of acceleration/deceleration, hardwired calculation abilities Recoding 1 Write down the letters of the alphabet ...
... for evolution through natural selection'.[2] It is clear what variation does for evolution in general, but how does variation in individuals benefit us psychologically and intellectually? Where is the ...
... by 'standing on the shoulders of giants'; culture shares our collective realized imaginings through time; fictional, practical, technological, emotional, intellectual, artistic, scientific. Having access ...
... of hard physical reality. If they are not, is much it harder for us to associate, learn and remember things, higher faculties such as creativity and intellect will be limited, and we are also much more ...
18. Alcohol - Intellect & alcohol use
(Neurohacking/Drugs & Chemicals)
  *(Note that this is a mainstream article and when the researchers herein say "intelligence" they mean "intellect". More intelligent people are more likely to binge drink ...
...  Declarative facts & memory, digital / quantitative data, intellect, calculation, assessment, quantity surveying, self-esteem, introspection, computation, statistics, ...
20. Intermediate Functional Analysis PART TWO
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... to stretch myself further intellectually and when to hold back [ ]B I perform well under pressure [ ]C I know how to calm a situation down or how to inspire and excite people [ ]D I don't rush ...
... the green zone. Humor is also an anxiolytic. It can move us from stress to relaxation faster than almost anything else, and it can focus our abilities and sharpen our intellects by this means. Humor is ...
22. Deschooling essays by John Taylor Gatto
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... upon, "schooling," but historically that isn't true in either an intellectual or a financial sense. And plenty of people throughout the world today find a way to educate themselves without resorting ...
23. Sakiro's Hackipedia Volume 2
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... of music, every creation, every song, tells a story to N4. To hack N4, use these media. Every fact, every intellectual analysis, every assessment, every calculation, every word, every introspection, ...
24. Sakiro's Hackipedia Volume 1
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... position as you consider how creativity relates to the subject in mind. How might the issue affect groups and individuals? Look up and to your left and think about the intellectual aspects of the issue. ...
... creativity and even intellect and strategy, is imagination, right from the level of initial processing. Imagination uses stored information (memories) and current input to interpret (perceive) our reality ...
... thinking –conscious, creative and intellectual- using more of the frontal lobe networks as well as those already engaged. This kind of thinking seeks out and fills in the details about the object ...
27. Passages in the Void
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  Passages in the Void  2002-2007, by Localroger   Preface by AR Localroger -a pioneer of innovative sci fi He wrote The Metamorphosis of Prime Intellect, many moons ago. That ...
28. Physiological methods - Epigenetics - Hacking the genome
(Neurohacking/Methods & Technology)
... so regardless of intellect or logic. It can’t think, it can only respond. So a genome that is constantly given the signal “Needs to store fat!” can only respond by maintaining our metabolism ...
29. Alternatives to work
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... personal comfort , intellectual superiority, and wellbeing. There are two things wrong with this assumption. One is the medias' unspoken premise that tribal life is filthy and disease-ridden, because ...
... as well as the art, of reasoning"; and "the science of the most general laws of truth". Despite growing up in a society that values intellect highly, with schooling systems that push intellectual ...
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