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wavb.sourceforge Bašta Balkana Blog » Blog Archive » Mumio – čudesna smola sa Altaja Mumio (Mumijo) Tajna čudotvorne ruske smole – Mumio je prirodni lek za sve bolesti Dugo skrivana tajna ruskih specijalaca i komandosa. Tajna susptanca zaslužna za uspeh ruskih atletičara i sportista. Crni anabolik koji se ne može detektovati. Čudesni lek za imunitet. Sve gore nabrojane stvari su urbane legende nastale iz rekla kazala prepričavanja dokonog sveta željnog senzacija. Krenimo prvo redom, da objasnimo šta je mumio ili mumijo kako ga ponekad nazivaju. Smolaste je strukture, čvrste konzistencije do nekih 25-30 stepeni ako je čist, bez primesa, ali na višim temperaturama prelazi u tečniju konzistenciju, pravu i lepljivu smolu. Po sastavu je mumio kompleksan mozaik organskih i neorganskih materija koje su kroz proces polimerizacije, mešanja i taloženja tokom dugog vremena dobile smolastu strukturu. U srednjem veku je mumio bio popularan lek jer je bio vrlo mističan, posebno način na koji nastaje i zbog mesta na kojima se nalazio. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

How Quantum Suicide Works" ­­A man sits down before a gun, which is pointed at his head. This is no ordinary gun; i­t's rigged to a machine that measures the spin of a quantum particle. Each time the trigger is pulled, the spin of the quantum particle -- or quark -- is measured. Depending on the measurement, the gun will either fire, or it won't. If the quantum particle is measured as spinning in a clockwise motion, the gun will fire. If the quark is spinning counterclockwise, the gun won't go off. Nervously, the man takes a breath and pulls the trigger. Go back in time to the beginning of the experiment. But, wait. This thought experiment is called quantum suicide.

NeuroSky Mindwave Learning Meditation Home Page Frequency spectrum Any signal that can be represented as an amplitude that varies with time has a corresponding frequency spectrum. This includes familiar concepts such as visible light (color), musical notes, radio/TV channels, and even the regular rotation of the earth. When these physical phenomena are represented in the form of a frequency spectrum, certain physical descriptions of their internal processes become much simpler. Often, the frequency spectrum clearly shows harmonics, visible as distinct spikes or lines at particular frequencies, that provide insight into the mechanisms that generate the entire signal. Light[edit] Sound[edit] Similarly, a source of sound can have many different frequencies mixed. Physical acoustics of music[edit] Acoustic spectrogram of the note G played on a Piano. Sound spectrum is one of the determinants of the timbre or quality of a sound or note. Spectrum analyzer or Sonagraph Radio[edit] Spectrum analysis[edit] Example of voice waveform and its frequency spectrum

Star Wars In The Form Of Mexican Traditional Art « Bit Rebels Once again the brainchild of someone else has completely taken me by surprise. No wonder we have something called a viral social media phenomenon. It’s amazing what people come up with and how inspiring it is every time you manage to cross roads with something new and fresh. Even though this art style isn’t exactly new, it is for the Star Wars brand. It’s so fresh as a matter of fact that I haven’t even thought about the connection until I saw these wonderful drawings. Created by talented and imaginative designer Jose Pulido, Star Wars takes on yet another shape in the form of Mexican traditional art. Even though I am not accustomed to the Mexican Traditional Art, I kind of like it. Author: Richard Darell Richard Darell is the founder and CEO of Bit Rebels, a multifaceted online news outlet that reports daily on the latest developments in technology, social media, design and everything geek.

Hyperchaos A hyperchaotic attractor is typically defined as chaotic behavior with at least two positive Lyapunov exponents. Combined with one null exponent along the flow and one negative exponent to ensure the boundness of the solution, the minimal dimension for a (continuous) hyperchaotic system is 4. The first hyperchaotic system Figure 1: Plane projection of the hyperchaotic attractor solution to the 4D Rössler system. Figure 2: First-return map to the Poincaré section of the hyperchaotic attractor solution to the 4D Rössler system. The first 4D flow was proposed in 1979 by Rössler. \dot{x} = -y -z \dot{y} = x+ay+w \dot{z} = b+xz \dot{w} = -cz+dw It has hyperchaotic behavior (Fig. 1) as a solution with the parameter values a=0.25, b=3, c=0.5 and d=0.05. The hyperchaotic character of this behaviour is not so obvious from this plane projection which looks a bit like a "noisy" chaotic attractor. is computed (Fig. 2), its structure is obviously two-dimensional. Hyperchaotic maps Acknowledgements G. G.

how binaural beats induce brainwave entrainment Squareeater uses a combination of binaural beats and psychostrobic flicker effects to attempt to induce brainwave entrainment in the viewer. Binaural beats are achieved by putting a tone in one ear of the listener and a slightly different tone in the other. For example, if the left ear is hearing a sine wave tone of 397hz (cycles per second) and the right is hearing 403hz, the brain perceives a pulse of 6hz, the difference in the frequencies. Under ideal conditions, frequency following response occurs in brainwave functions, meaning the brain starts to function at the same frequency as the binaural stimulus. Different frequencies of stimulus correspond to different brainwave states, for example 4-7hz correspond to theta waves, a brain state associated with deep meditation or early stages of sleep. Additionally, the stimulus does not have to be auditory, but psychostrobic visuals can also induce similar effects (ie. the dream machine). We are often asked "aren't the effects just placebo?".

How meditation might ward off the effects of ageing High in the mountains of northern Colorado, a 100-foot tall tower reaches up through the pinetops. Brightly coloured and strung with garlands, its ornate gold leaf glints in the sun. With a shape that symbolises a giant seated Buddha, this lofty stupa is intended to inspire those on the path to enlightenment. Visitors here to the Shambhala Mountain Centre meditate in silence for up to 10 hours every day, emulating the lifestyle that monks have chosen for centuries in mountain refuges from India to Japan. After several years of number-crunching, data from the so-called Shamatha project is finally starting to be published. It's the kind of claim more often associated with pseudoscience. But a new generation of brain-imaging studies and robust clinical trials is helping to change that. "You pay attention to your own breath," explains Sara Lazar, a neuroscientist who studies the effects of meditation at Massachusetts general hospital in Boston. It's not just an abstract concept.

Trance Trance denotes any state of awareness or consciousness other than normal waking consciousness. Trance states may occur involuntarily and unbidden. Etymology[edit] Trance in its modern meaning comes from an earlier meaning of "a dazed, half-conscious or insensible condition or state of fear", via the Old French transe "fear of evil", from the Latin transīre "to cross", "pass over". This definition is now obsolete.[1] Working models[edit] Wier, in his 1995 book, Trance: from magic to technology, defines a simple trance (p. 58) as a state of mind being caused by cognitive loops where a cognitive object (thoughts, images, sounds, intentional actions) repeats long enough to result in various sets of disabled cognitive functions. Working definitions[edit] The following are some examples of trance states: Castillo (1995) states that: "Trance phenomena result from the behavior of intense focusing of attention, which is the key psychological mechanism of trance induction. Origins and history[edit]


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