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Brain Hacking
Alexander Brosda
Unlocking Your Potential: Training Your Brain for Effective Goal Achievement

Achieving goals requires more than just ambition; it demands a strategic approach that involves training your brain to think and act in ways that support your objectives. Whether your goals are personal or professional, adopting a proactive mindset can si…

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DREAM
The Healing Power of the Brain Spa

If you’re someone who’s been through a tough time, faced trauma head-on, and are searching for a way to find your equilibrium again, this is for you.

The Power of the Mind

Let’s kick things off by acknowledging the incredible strength that resides withi…

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Brain Hacking
Ian Hosein
A Brief Analysis of Divisions in The Brain.

Two hemispheres of the brain see things differently. The left is there to manipulate. The right is there to relate and overall understanding. Do we need both? Why yes, but the left has been taking over Western Civilized Thought. People have begun minimali…

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The Christ Dialogue
Allow yourself to receive change in Christ.

In my last article, I put forth the idea that a spiritually healthy community begins with the individual. As individuals, we are all susceptible to spiritual drowsiness, and it is to our mutual benefit and edification that we remain watchful of ourselves …

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Brain Hacking
Meera Shah
From Employed to Self-employed

Have you ever sat with your head in your hands and thought, ‘I don’t know if I can do this any-more’. It’s Sunday evening and the thought of another week at your job filled with politics, stress, deadlines, long hours and unnecessary meetings fills you wi…

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Brain Hacking
Tommy Strickland
How Human Brains Could Be Hacked

Like computers, human brains may be vulnerable to hackers. Technology is already allowing scientists to read people’s thoughts and even plant new ones in the brain.

The latest episode of the Science Channel’s “Through the Wormhole,” hosted by Morgan Free…

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Brain Hacking
Tommy Strickland
Brain Training Exercises Just Make You Better at Brain Training Exercises

If you spend time building your physical strength and stamina in the gym, you can expect to carry these benefits into everyday life. It will be easier for you to lug heavy shopping bags around or run for the bus. You will likely reduce your chances of dev…

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Brain Hacking
Alexis Suarez
Extending Human Capabilities through Information Technology Applications and Infrastructures

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Expanding Human Capabilities through Information Technology

Applications and Infrastructures

Numerous examinations investigate the manners by which data innovation can achieve enhancements in individuals’ lives by considering parts of how i…

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Brain Hacking
Demi Powell
Innovations can make brain hacking real

Your thoughts are your own, right? Perhaps not. New technology is bringing that day closer when the unscrupulous may actually be able to hack human thoughts.

It raises a number of new ethical concerns for this brave new world we’re entering with each rot…

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Brain Hacking
Tommy Strickland
These Mind-Boosting Magnets Effective In Treating Anxiety and Depression

One of the leading causes of disability in the United States isn’t physical—it’s mental. According to the Anxiety and Depression Association of America (ADAA), 15 million adults—approximately 6.7 percent of the population—suffer from major depressive diso…

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Brain Hacking
Demi Powell
Brain Hacking Technology is about to be released by Elon Musk

Elon Musk stated that updates regarding his neural lace, which is meant to augment the human mind, are coming next month. In October, Bryan Johnson announced a $100 million investment to put computers in our brains. And so, a race is on to hack human inte…

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Brain Hacking
Lana Olley
Mysterious Squares

Surely at school, university or on the Internet you have heard about the “Greek-Latin squares”, the creator of which was the Indian mathematician Sharadchandra Shankar Srikhande. Let’s look at them and the origins of his discovery.

This problem was origi…

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Tommy Strickland
The Neurologist Who Hacked His Brain—And Almost Lost His Mind

THE BRAIN SURGERY lasted 11 and a half hours, beginning on the afternoon of June 21, 2014, and stretching into the Caribbean predawn of the next day. In the afternoon, after the anesthesia had worn off, the neurosurgeon came in, removed his wire-frame gla…

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Brain Hacking
Sonja Harrison
Tarot Mythology: The Surprising Origins of the World's Most Misunderstood Cards

The Empress. The Hanged Man. The Chariot. Judgment. With their centuries-old iconography blending a mix of ancient symbols, religious allegories, and historic events, tarot cards can seem purposefully opaque. To outsiders and skeptics, occult practices li…

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Brain Hacking
Marian Yates
Chaos — a Mathematical Adventure. Full movie

It is a film about dynamical systems, the butterfly effect and chaos theory, intended for a wide audience.

From Jos Leys, Étienne Ghys and Aurélien Alvarez, the makers of Dimensions, comes CHAOS, a math movie with nine 13-minute chapters.

Watch all nine…

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Brain Hacking
Demi Powell
Device to Have A Psychedelic Experience [No Drugs]

Virtual Reality tech had to branch out into the world of psychedelics sooner or later. A hallucination machine developed by a British university makes it possible to trip out without taking illegal drugs.

Instead of experimenting with LSD and magic mushr…

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Brain Hacking
Demi Powell
Creating your first Mental Map

A mental map is a first-person perspective of an area and how they interact with it. An easy example would be the image you have of your neighborhood. Your mental map of where you live allows you to know how to get to your favorite coffee shop. It is what…

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Demi Powell
The Center for Contemplative Mind in Society

September Webinar: Working with Fear and Resistance when Fostering Contemplative Space Posted on Sep 3, 2019 Fostering contemplative spaces in academic settings is often limited by the fear and resistance educators, students, and administrators face. This…

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Brain Hacking
Demi Powell
Data Science Book: Profit Driven Business Analytics

Verbeke, Baesens and Bravo have written a data science book focusing on profit. Instead of the typical statistical or programming point of view, Profit Driven Business Analytics has a self-proclaimed value-centric perspective.

This means the book approac…

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Brain Hacking
Sabrina Vasquez
Can Listening to Binaural Beats Make You Feel Better?

Binaural beat technology (BBT) was discovered in the early 1800s and first described in the popular literature in the early 1970s. In the last four decades, binaural beat audio programs have been touted as tools for reducing stress, improving sleep, enhan…

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Brain Hacking
Al Johnston
A Better Way to Stimulate The Brain: Isochronic Tones

What are isochronic tones?

Isochronic tones are a very effective audio-based method of stimulating the brain. You may have heard of another method called binaural beats. Both of these methods are examples of a complex neurological process known as brainw…

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Brain Hacking
Darrin Gordon
Consciousness On–Off Switch Discovered Deep in Brain

One moment you’re conscious, the next you’re not. For the first time, researchers have switched off consciousness by electrically stimulating a single brain area.

Scientists have been probing individual regions of the brain for over a century, exploring …

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Sabrina Vasquez
Elon Musk Says the Future of AI is in Linking it to our Brains

Following the accidental explosion at SpaceX on Sept. 1, company founder Elon Musk has been relatively quiet. But an interview posted this week gives us more insight into his thoughts on one of his favorite topics: artificial intelligence.

Speaking with …

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Brain Hacking
Demi Powell
Friction between management and employees exacerbates insider threat

In recent years, we’ve seen some of the biggest companies in the world fall victim to data breaches.

But with much of the discussion being focused, to date, on how leaks occur, very few people seem to have stopped to ask why.

According to Verizon’s 2018…

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