Wednesday, May 22, 2019
http://www.eqtoday.com/archive/hijack.html by Joshua FreemanCopied and pasted from the article at the link above."What happens scientifically when you get really mad:The routes from sensation to action are depicted in this brain. The journey begins with sensation -- in this case vision...

Brilliance

´╗┐ Image Source´╗┐ The coolest thing in the world is watching brilliance up close and blossoming. I referenced the year 1943 and said "a million years ago" and Little Guy said, no only 67 years ago. I'm like, wow how...
From NASA: June 3, 2005: Space travel is sleepless work. Despite NASA recommendations that astronauts sleep 8 hours a day, they usually don't. Strange sights and sounds, the stress of riding a powerful rocket, the lack of a normal day-night cycle--all...
From the same site:Sample Six Second Pause Activities:Count to six in a foreign language you are learning. Remember six of the Seven Dwarfs in alphabetical order. Think of six foreign capitals. Visualize six details of a beautiful place. Decline...
Quote from How We Decide: "fool me once, shame on you. Fool me twice, shame on my dopamine neurons!"(yes, tagged this in DATING intentionally!)
Image SourceThis article cites a a paper, Google Effects on Memory: Cognitive Consequences of  Having Information at Our Fingertips, that shows that we're less likely to retain information when we know we can easily access it later. It's just downright scary...
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