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1. Subject Index for Archives
(Neurohacking/Resources)
...  implants & bionics Auditory tech     ...
2. Sakiro's Hackipedia Volume 3
(Neurohacking/Resources)
... about ourselves all the time. One of the best, perhaps surprisingly, is gardening or taking care of plants. But the key thing in all methods is to occupy the mind with healthy input -and get into the habit ...
...  understanding resilience Here's another great word for getting rid of boring people at parties: Thigmomorphogenesis. It refers to the response by plants (in the wild) to mechanical stressors by altering ...
... time. But as Reynolds describes it, “If a rodent returns to and stubbornly plants itself in a particular place where it has received a drug or other pleasurable experience, then the researchers conclude ...
5. Books -The Head Trip by Jeff Warren
(Neurohacking/Resources)
... beginning. Once market-driven technology gets deeper into the neurobiology we’ll see a whole suite of consciousness enhancing goods and services -- from implants to interfaces -- each engineered ...
... can happen and you can see this very easily with plants. There are two ways to kill plants –don’t give them the input they need, and/or give them inappropriate input. These two issues affect ...
7. Sakiro's Hackipedia Volume 2
(Neurohacking/Resources)
... and for memory reconsolidation. playing alone: A. Visit some rough ground, garden, field, park or forest in which a variety of plants are growing. Make a systematic map of predominant ...
8. Sakiro's Hackipedia Volume 1
(Neurohacking/Resources)
... repair enzymes, others such as isoflavones and bilberry anthocyanins actively decrease DNA damage. Anthocyanin is an effective antioxidant for humans that is found in plants and are easily identified ...
... to sleep, and by a full bladder empty it, without any emotion involved whatsoever. They can even be motivated to run away automatically if suddenly attacked, still with no necessity for emotion. Even plants ...
10. Memory - memory editing update, 2004-2011
(Neurohacking/Theory & Research)
... not released by nerves or glands) under certain circumstances. It activates the serotonin receptors. No wonder, then, that CBD plays a role in many clinical conditions. THC predominates in plants bred ...
... in all life; from plants and amoebae to humans. Large, multi-celled creatures like us perceive input and respond with 'behavior' as whole units; body and brain and mind all working together (hopefully) ...
12. Alternative energy
(Homeworld/Energy Alternatives)
... are available near the surface. Recent development of binary cycle power plants and improvements in drilling and extraction technology may enable its use over a much greater geographical range. Where ...
13. WARNING: Mannitol
(News/Latest)
... be present in the testing area because Mannitol can cause such severe reactions. In plants, it us used to induce osmotic stress. Mannitol increases water and Na+ excretion, thereby decreasing extracellular ...
14. Passages in the Void
(Workshop/Stuff by Members)
... of potted plants, the landscape was completely bare. If I hadn't been so startled by my sudden fleshiness I would have realized it had to be some kind of simulation. But the resolution was impossible.  ...
15. Understanding nutrition - Sugars
(Neurohacking/Lifestyle & Nutrition)
... up plants' cell walls; cellulose, hemicellulose, pectin, and a variety of gums, mucilages, and algal polysaccharides. It is an important part of the diet that stimulates the gut and enhances digestion.) ...
16. Alternatives to work
(Homeworld/School & Work Alternatives)
...  Some people will pay you to caretake/stay in their house while they are away. You may have to water the plants, care for pets, clean, or get the mail for them, but you get to stay in their home for free. ...
17. Grow your own food
(Homeworld/Permaculture & Self Sufficiency)
... the thinnings to generate a slightly later crop). Water regularly in dry conditions and protect young plants from birds with fleece or netting. Salad leaves include baby leaves of different crops, ...
18. Permaculture: the basics
(Homeworld/Permaculture & Self Sufficiency)
... between animals, plants, insects, soil, water and habitat, and how to use these relationships to create synergistic, self-supporting ecosystems. Permaculture strives to work with the laws of nature, and ...
19. Introduction to bushcraft
(Homeworld/Bushcraft & Alternative Lifestyles)
... spaces Great heights or depths Darkness & silence Stinging insects/plants Gore, carcasses, piles of dung, plus or minus maggots and slimy things Unexpected floods, storms or fires Things ...
20. Anatomy & physiology - Neurogenesis
(Neurohacking/Theory & Research)
... transplants have been inconsistent and largely disappointing to date, with most transplanted neurons unable to integrate into existing brain circuits. A better understanding of what neurons need to find ...
21. Methods & Technology Intro - Part II: Technology
(Neurohacking/Methods & Technology)
... stronger, some weaker components. There is evidence that CES can increase brain functioning by stimulating parts of the brain not functioning at peak.   Implants   Brain implants Have ...
... option; plums, grapes, blueberries, cranberries, and other plants. T The most efficient way of administering resveratrol in humans appears to be by direct absorption through the inside of the mouth. ...
23. Disorders & Problems - Introduction to This Section
(Neurohacking/Disorders & Problems)
... to diagnose immediately. You may want tests such as CAT scanning or MRI [see technology section] to exclude other possible causes. Drugs, physical treatments, surgery and implants [see relevant sections] ...
... quantities in the beans, leaves and fruit of some plants, where it acts as a natural pesticide. Isolated it is a bitter, white crystalline xanthine alkaloid that is a psychoactive CNS and metabolic stimulant ...
... that are essential nutrients or life saving medicines can also be deadly poisons in higher doses. Plants were humankind’s first medicines as well as foods, and many drugs today are still made from ...
... the history of an idea and the men for whom it was an obsession. From the first sentence, that plants the reader in the midst of a duel, you are treated to a tale that is as much a history of individuals ...
... some kind of an effect. It is wise to remember that many substances that are essential nutrients or life saving medicines can also be deadly poisons in higher doses. Plants were humankind’s first ...
28. Matrix Theory - The Basics
(Neurohacking/Theory & Research)
... material level applied to things like plants or physical bodies, but becomes confusing when applied to intelligence because most of us don’t know what appropriate input should be for a system or ...
29. ICMM 2 My Computer (what is intelligence)
(Workshop/I've Changed My Mind)
... that intelligence is inherent in the very stuff of life itself. To avoid misunderstanding here let me make it clear that I do not have any inclination to the belief that rocks and plants (or even crocodiles) ...
30. ICMM 6 Run (COMP)
(Workshop/I've Changed My Mind)
... volcanoes. Everything on the planet is out to kill you, from deadly insects to poisonous plants to large hairy predators, the weather, HIV, everybody else, and salmonella. Your biology breaks easily and ...
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