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4 min.
Brain Hacking
Jul 5 2021
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 …

The Christ Dialogue
2 min.
Brain Hacking
Jul 4 2021
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…

Meera Shah
Brain Hacking
Jun 29 2021
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…

Ian Hosein
3 min.
Brain Hacking
Jun 21 2021
Hacking the Brain: Dimensions of Cognitive Enhancement (Research)

In our rapidly transforming society, demand for excellent cognitive abilities is growing. A recent research, published in ACS Chemical Neuroscience Journal, is devoted to different dimensions of cognitive enhancement and reviews examples of various cognit…

Core Spirit Scientific Research Reviews
1 min.
Brain Hacking
Mar 23 2021
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…

Lana Olley
1 min.
Brain Hacking
Mar 22 2021
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…

Demi Powell
2 min.
Brain Hacking
Mar 19 2021
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…

Demi Powell
7 min.
Brain Hacking
Mar 16 2021
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…

Alexis Suarez
2 min.
Brain Hacking
Mar 15 2021
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…

Demi Powell
1 min.
Brain Hacking
Mar 15 2021
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…

Demi Powell
3 min.
Brain Hacking
Mar 10 2021
New Diet Backed by Science

Based on more or less scientific foundations, the new died dubbed “Biohacking” claims you can change the way your body works through long periods of fasting. To put it simply, you should stop eating 36 hours a week and even fast for up to 3 consecutive da…

Demi Powell
14 min.
Brain Hacking
Feb 8 2021
How Psychedelics can alter your perception

Everything we do is for the purpose of altering consciousness. We form friendships so that we can feel certain emotions, like love, and avoid others, like loneliness. We eat specific foods to enjoy their fleeting presence on our tongues. We read for the p…

Demi Powell
3 min.
Brain Hacking
Feb 8 2021
You can actually erase memories from your brain

There’s an old saying in neuroscience: “neurons that fire together wire together.”

This means the more you run a neuro-circuit in your brain, the stronger that circuit becomes. This is why, to quote another old saw, “practice makes perfect”. The more you…

Demi Powell
3 min.
Brain Hacking
Feb 2 2021
Do Binaural Beats work?

Have you heard about the remarkable progress Binaural Beats can bring to your meditation? Perhaps you read how they can help with astral projection and lucid dreaming.

Have you been searching around, and wondered if anything good is available for free on…

Demi Powell
4 min.
Brain Hacking
Jan 22 2021
You can grow new brain cells to become smarter

For many years the established dogma was that the adult brain couldn’t create any new brain cells. That is, it was thought that you were born with a particular number of brain cells, and that was it. And since you naturally lose brain cells as you age, af…

Demi Powell
18 min.
Brain Hacking
Jan 21 2021
Best 10 tips to become smarter
  1. Smart drugs

  2. Food for thought

  3. The Mozart effect

  4. Gainful employment

  5. Memory marvels

  6. Sleep on it

  7. Body and mind

  8. Nuns on a run

  9. Attention seeking

  10. Positive feedback

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It doesn’t matter how brainy you are or how much educ…

Demi Powell
2 min.
Brain Hacking
Jan 18 2021
Here is how Buddhist monks improve their memory

Since I started studying buddhist texts in a more thorough and general way I’ve been curious about the traditional methods of learning and pedagogics used by monks, and how efficient they might be.

Certain practices may seem overly traditional, too slow …

Demi Powell
5 min.
Brain Hacking
Nov 8 2017
Sacred Geometry: Mathematical Patterns Behind Nature, Body, Mind, and Spirit

What patterns do you see in your own life, or in the world that have symmetry and balance? Which ones are asymmetrical and out of balance? Noticing patterns helps us build on them if they are healthy, or break them if they are not healthy.

The flux betwe…

Jerald Schwartz
Brain Hacking
Mar 29 2018
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…

Marian Yates
11 min.
Brain Hacking
Mar 29 2018
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…

Sonja Harrison
3 min.
Brain Hacking
Mar 29 2018
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…

Tommy Strickland
2 min.
Brain Hacking
Mar 29 2018
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…

Tommy Strickland
2 min.
Brain Hacking
Mar 29 2018
Hacking your brain with electronics

Neuroscientists are divided about whether electrical brain stimulation improves learning or helps depression, but that hasn’t stopped DIY hackers giving it a try.

Struggling with your mathematics homework? Sudoku proving too hard? Depression? ADHD? Post-…

Tommy Strickland
21 min.
Brain Hacking
Mar 29 2018
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…

Tommy Strickland