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1. Formal Reasoning & Truth-Detection: The Basics
(Neuropiraterie/Les Bases - French (Fr))
... It is also used for mass murderer, serial killer, violent person, and ‘lunatic’ in general. Starving: Could mean dying of starvation. Could mean restricting food from self or other. Could ...
... salt’, ‘plant food’, ‘research chemicals’ ‘club drugs’ ‘designer drugs’ or ‘not for human consumption’. The speed at which NPS appear and ...
3. Subject Index for Archives
(Neurohacking/Resources)
...      Toxic food ingredients & additives  ...
... All life on earth has some degree of unconscious knowledge, or it could not discern the difference between food and toxins, light and dark, heat and cold, nor could it discern the difference between benefits ...
... benefit -but what's the benefit of any situation which results in not having enough time, sleep, good food, learning, fun, intimacy, creativity, love or good health? How could these conditions ever ...
... harmful to steal; except in order not to starve to death or in order that your partner, or your children, or your best friends do not starve, or when some lunatic is taking away everyone's food, or when ...
... But this is not yet reason, because human imagination is different. To a rat, 'It smells like food, therefore I will eat it', IS a reasonable decision, but this sort of common-sense pre-logic also leads ...
... contexts are the things we are designed as biological organisms to be interdependent with; such as our bodies, our group of allies (family/friends), our planet (food, water and oxygen), our culture, our ...
... creativity; just as a healthy body, given good food, water and exercise, cannot fail to develop muscles. The idea that there are 'creative people' who can do things we cannot just perpetuates the myth ...
... link between sugar-sweetened beverages and weight gain 77 percent of food items in US grocery stores contain added sugar that is addictive and linked to chronic disease when consumed ...
... sound will suffice for the same message; for example if a cat (or a one-year-old) knows that the sound “Tigger!” indicates possible benefits such as food when responding, the sound “bigger!” ...
12. Toxins in food - Aspartame - info 1981-2013
(Neurohacking/Lifestyle & Nutrition)
... misinterpreting data and food companies using a dozen different names for the same chemical. Many times since 1983, 'shock-horror' reports about aspartame have arisen. The 'Aspartame Wars' have fueled ...
... This is the idea of drugs having different effects on food-responding based on the rate at which the animals were responding in the first place. For example, if you have a high rate of responding, (say ...
14. Intermediate questions for Profiling Game
(Neurohacking/Resources)
... a favorite sport on tv (c) enjoy watching any sport on tv (d) not have a tv” “If X did regular food shopping for a week they would probably get (a) some fish (b) some cereal (c) some fruit ...
15. CR - Intermittent Fasting research
(Neurohacking/Lifestyle & Nutrition)
... of blood sugar levels. For some, 'fasting' does not mean abstaining from ALL food, but rather a dramatic reduction of calorie intake. We should of course continue to drink water when fasting. Some of ...
16. Intermediate Functional Analysis PART TWO
(Neurohacking/Tutorials)
... are trading coconuts for seafood. The trader from Bob's tribe wants 15 nuts for one bag full of seafood. Each dude from Alice's tribe contribute 5 nuts. The trader takes the nuts to the chief (Bob), ...
17. Intermediate Functional Analysis PART ONE
(Neurohacking/Tutorials)
...  ]A I enjoy a range of healthy foods, my BMI is between 18 & 24, and my body doesn't store excess fat. [ ]B My gut flora is healthy, my digestive system efficient, and excretion of waste is regular. ...
18. Schooling; The Hidden Agenda
(Homeworld/School & Work Alternatives)
... the food in that part of the world is under lock and key, and the people who live there have to work to get it, then you're among people of our society. If you happen to be in a jungle in the interior ...
19. Deschooling essays by John Taylor Gatto
(Homeworld/School & Work Alternatives)
... industry; commercial entertainment of all sorts, along with television, would wither if people remembered how to make their own fun; the food services, restaurants and prepared-food warehouses would shrink ...
20. Sakiro's Hackipedia Volume 2
(Neurohacking/Resources)
... odors, and if you improve this sense you will notice that you can often tell the chemical contents of a food or product by sniffing at it. Try 3 smell combinations and from your notes decide which ...
... smoke pipes, or that ALL green food correlates with better performance; we don't yet know). If Popeye wants to prove causation, he needs a LOT more data.   Extrapolating from one example to many ...
22. Sakiro's Hackipedia Volume 1
(Neurohacking/Resources)
... foods & what areas of the world they are traditionally associated with. [1 ] [2 ] [3 ] [4 ] [5 ] 16. What was the main food you had for your biggest meal on each of the past two days? [1 ] [2 ] 17. ...
... (persistence through time) and direction to that behavior. The concept of motivation is applied both to behavior that results in getting something (such as food and water) and to behavior that results ...
... food, prompting the basic animal behavior of strategic seeking as hunting/gathering. In the reproductive context it's the desire for sex (which we call lust), prompting courting and flirting behaviors ...
25. Memory - memory editing update, 2004-2011
(Neurohacking/Theory & Research)
... cumin-spiced food to a control set of rats and to another group whose frontal cortex had been temporarily cut off from communication with the hippocampus. One week later, the altered rats still enjoyed ...
... and digest their food. The membrane separates the outside of the cell from the inside, like your skin, and provides protection for the cell’s contents, but also allows interaction via receptors (sensors), ...
... an association as a type of connection, like water has an association with hydrogen and oxygen, and food has an association with nutrition. But association is also something you do. You associate a certain ...
28. I Am Metabolism, by Daniel Coffeen
(Neurohacking/Resources)
...      One of the great moves Nietzsche makes in Ecce Homo is to introduce the figure, the function, of metabolism. His view of metabolism is not limited to the digestion of food. Books, ...
29. Alternatives to money
(Homeworld/School & Work Alternatives)
... institution (for example colleges, the armed forces, prisons, nursing homes and asylums provide free food and accommodation for staff and residents in many places); or the individuals (for example many ...
30. Alternative energy
(Homeworld/Energy Alternatives)
... sources need to be renewable, non-polluting, and not wasted. Biology is a workable system and has solved these problems for our bodies; our fuel comes from food and water (free renewable resources), ...
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