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1. IMMMUN chapter 6
(Workshop/Stuff by Members)
... wimp behavior, and most of us have experienced moments of wanting to act or react at some point in our lives, especially as young children before the emotion-moderating effect of frontal lobes kicks in. ...
2. IMMMUN chapter 5
(Workshop/Stuff by Members)
...  accurate memory weighting and emotional modulation via frontal lobes as we go into protection mode. Most of us don't notice this happening consciously; those who do may try to calm down and ...
3. IMMMUN chapter 4
(Workshop/Stuff by Members)
... lobes shut down and she couldn't think straight. Her system gasped for extra oxygen, she inhaled smoke, and she lost control. But Bob had been practicing how to calm himself down in other stressful situations, ...
4. IMMMUN chapter 2
(Workshop/Stuff by Members)
... makes us more cautious and wary, less outgoing, and in cases of serious emergency initiates the fight or flight response.  In 'protection' mode, blood supply to the frontal lobes closes down, ...
5. IMMMUN Chapter 1
(Workshop/Stuff by Members)
... We have these enormous frontal lobes full of extras that enable complicated stuff like creativity, innovation, conscious strategy, abstract reasoning, logic and intellect. In terms of processing power, ...
... connections between the insula and the frontal, temporal, parietal and occipital lobes as well as medial regions, with a rostro-caudal organization. Notably, revealed for the first time in humans is a ...
... as they travel through the brain, ultimately reaching the areas of higher processing like the frontal lobes where the processed information enters our conscious awareness. However, what portion of this ...
... 6. The medial longitudinal fissure (aka 'cerebral fissure', 'longitudinal fissure', or 'interhemispheric fissure'). Parts of three out of the four paired lobes of the brain border and extend down ...
... temporal lobes, mediate the response to threat, aversive and moral learning.[28] (The DLPFC can override this neuromoral network through the application of reasoned analysis to moral situations.)[29] The ...
... brain geometry in rationality are largely unconstrained.[16] However, research shows that coordinated subtle shifts in both frontal and parietal lobes of the brain are linked to superior cognition. Among ...
... of anxiety turns off blood supply to the very parts of the platform we need to use for these processes -the frontal lobes (this is why new ideas and solutions to problems come less and less frequently ...
... processing conscious awareness, and (b) that this process in frontal lobes recruits the same networks used for synesthesia in rear nets. They are used by rear networks to contribute to analogization; processing ...
... lobes that assist in predicting and assessing real dangers. Some harmful sentiments that can lead to mental (not to mention social) problems are: guilt, anger, jealousy, fear, shame, arrogance, possessiveness ...
... short term memory loss [17]. The parietal lobe and medial temporal lobes may well be the repository for RAM -a bundle of random memories that we've either used recently (and so might need again soon) ...
15. Memory - memory editing update, 2004-2011
(Neurohacking/Theory & Research)
... wiped, or masked by prevention of recall. Furthermore, if the damage reaches into the lateral temporal lobes, then even the oldest autobiographical memories cannot be recalled, suggesting this area of ...
... is unreliable, ‘feedback’ signals from frontal lobes based on its information are also unreliable (garbage in=garbage out). Any rear network that is either not doing very much or trying to ...
17. Memory - Processing Experience
(Neurohacking/Theory & Research)
... lobes (MTL), prefrontal cortex (PFC), and sensory cortical areas—in episodic memory formation. How these memory centers collaborate, and particularly what role the PFC plays, remains a subject of ...
18. Anatomy & Physiology - Chandelier Cells
(Neurohacking/Theory & Research)
... species, raising the possibility that human neocortex is endowed with specialized circuit properties. This is a controversial suggestion, since our large prefrontal lobes suggests that mental differences ...
19. Methods & Technology Intro - Part II: Technology
(Neurohacking/Methods & Technology)
... forms. These stimulate action potentials in the required parts, normally mid brain networks centered on the hippocampus and amygdala, by centering the coils over the temporal and parietal lobes. NMS ...
... transported. We learn well in all growth mode conditions. In “protection” mode, Blood supply to the frontal lobes closes down as blood and nutrients are sent to the muscles, bones and peripheral ...
21. Matrix Theory - The Basics
(Neurohacking/Theory & Research)
... brain’ in creatures without those large frontal lobes.  (I hypothesize that the more complex the system, the more matrices it needs.)   The Brain Evolved In Stages In the evolution ...
22. ICMM 1 Terms & Conditions (what is neurohacking)
(Workshop/I've Changed My Mind)
... to midbrain/limbic system, Temporal lobes to rest of midbrain/limbic system, Cerebellum to midbrain/limbic system, Reticular formation to rest of midbrain/limbic system, Anterior Cingulate Gyrus to PFC ...
23. ICMM 2 My Computer (what is intelligence)
(Workshop/I've Changed My Mind)
... which goes: 'What is it that beetles have, which no other creature can ever have?' and the answer is, 'baby beetles'. Pure physical survival and reproduction needs no prefrontal lobes, and stripped down ...
24. ICMM 3 Operating System (matrix theory)
(Workshop/I've Changed My Mind)
... a great success at first, with our groovy prefrontal lobes and executive functions, but if we turn away from the growth of intelligence and start destroying it (as we are currently doing), it will cast ...
25. ICMM 4 Find (key factors of damage)
(Workshop/I've Changed My Mind)
... feelings, which they believe are caused by external events, ignorant as they are of the wonders of the human limbic system and temporal lobes. Emotionally aged between three and seven, they are drawn to ...
26. ICMM 5 System Information (chain reaction)
(Workshop/I've Changed My Mind)
... and the frontal lobes, however, are far less numerous, especially from the left hemisphere. The midbrain, in a lot of ways, behaves like an interface; a translator if you like, both ways, between old brain ...
27. ICMM 6 Run (COMP)
(Workshop/I've Changed My Mind)
... pick a spiritual 'program' according to its symbols, guides, teachings and rules. (The program then manipulates these images to stimulate their temporal lobes to produce the 'spiritual' feelings needed ...
28. ICMM 7 View (perception & programming)
(Workshop/I've Changed My Mind)
... temporal lobes. One of the most important bits is the medial temporal lobe, which comprises the hippocampus and the amygdala, and we really have to drag the olfactory cortex into this as well (entorhinal, ...
29. ICMM 11 Processor Upgrade (conditioning & learning)
(Workshop/I've Changed My Mind)
... lobes, limbic system, brainstem and sensory input from sense organs. Add in its interaction with the hippocampus and you can see why the RF is one of the most vital pieces in the wiring of the brain, from ...
30. ICMM 12 Security & Firewalls (protection)
(Workshop/I've Changed My Mind)
... brain networks and the third the frontal lobes, so depending on which matrix you're stuck in, you'll have a different high risk area. It's considered cool now, to be more interested in sex, and less interested ...
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