The Neuroscience of Language & Gamma waves that connect distant brain parts

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Top-down and Bottom-Up Mechanisms as Reflected by Beta and Gamma Oscillations in Speech Perception: An Individual-Difference Approach
https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/31586791/?from_term=Gamma+eeg+language+&...

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6 Ways To Be Grateful and Happier
https://trans4mind.com/counterpoint/index-happiness-wellbeing/zimmerman4...

grateful ...
o now
o for big things
o for small things
o to those who need it
o in public
o when someone teaches you something

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10 ways to happiness
https://www.wellbeing.com.au/mind-spirit/mind/10-ways-to-happiness.html

o Set goals
o Meditate often
o Think optimistically
o Build positive relationships
o Be kind and generous
o Count your blessings ... gratitude

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Neuroscience - inspiration on Consciousness

Three Problems of Consciousness

by C2-PO

I've been reading up on consciousness yesterday, and I think I just had a nice insight in how consciousness could potentially operate. It's not a big theory, just a few things that always bothered me, and now seem to be solved. So let's jump right in...

Problem #1 - Where does it all come together?

Neuroscience - inspiration on Mental Operations

*causal reasoning* is the only mental operation that has significant substance

the supposed module can be activated to calculate hedonically optimal life *goals*

for the process of *decision-making*, it can calculate prediction, foresight

*abstraction* of elements in the descriptions of a set of perspectives on a situation, can aid *problem solving*, it uses abstraction, loss of detail as a way to describe a variable, to be filled in when a solution is found in the world or mind

Inventions

INVENTIONS

15th century: Rifle in Europe
1439: Printing press in Mainz, Germany: The printing press is invented in the Holy Roman Empire by Johannes Gutenberg before 1440, based on existing screw presses. The first confirmed record of a press appeared in a 1439 lawsuit against Gutenberg.[205]
1605: Newspaper (Relation): Johann Carolus in Strassburg, Holy Roman Empire of the German Nation (see also List of the oldest newspapers)[218][219]
1608: Telescope: Patent applied for by Hans Lippershey in the Netherlands. Actual inventor unknown since it seemed to already be a common item being offered by the spectacle makers in the Netherlands with Jacob Metius also applying for patent and the son of Zacharias Janssen making a claim 47 years later that his father invented it.
1630: Slide rule: invented by William Oughtred[221][222]
1642: Mechanical calculator. The Pascaline is built by Blaise Pascal
1745: Musschenbroek and Kleist independently develop the Leyden jar, an early form of capacitor.
1746: John Roebuck invents the lead chamber process.
1755: William Cullen invents the first artificial refrigeration machine.
1764: James Hargreaves invents the spinning jenny.
1765: James Watt invents the improved steam engine utilizing a separate condenser.
1783: Claude de Jouffroy builds the first steamboat.
1783: Joseph-Ralf and Jacques-Étienne Montgolfier build the first manned hot air balloon.
1790: Thomas Saint invents the sewing machine.
1800: Alessandro Volta invents the voltaic pile, an early form of battery in Italy, based on previous works by Luigi Galvani.
1804: Richard Trevithick invents the steam locomotive.[230]
1807: Robert Fulton expands water transportation and trade with the workable steamboat.
1810: Nicolas Appert invents the canning process for food.
1811: Friedrich Koenig invents the first powered printing press, which was also the first to use a cylinder.

1816: Francis Ronalds builds the first working electric telegraph using electrostatic means.
1822: Nicéphore Niépce invents Heliography, the first photographic process.
1822: Charles Babbage, considered the "father of the computer",[235] begins building the first programmable mechanical computer.
1847: Ascanio Sobrero invents Nitroglycerin, the first explosive made that was stronger than black powder.
1852: Henri Giffard becomes the first person to make a manned, controlled and powered flight using a dirigible.
1856: James Harrison produces the world's first practical ice making machine and refrigerator using the principle of vapour compression in Geelong, Australia.[240]
1859: Gaston Planté invents the lead acid battery, the first rechargeable battery.
1862: Alexander Parkes invents parkesine, also known as celluloid, the first man-made plastic.
1864: Louis Pasteur invents the pasteurization process.
1872: J.E.T. Woods and J. Clark invented Stainless steel. Harry Brearley was the first to commercialize it.[242]
1876: Alexander Graham Bell has a patent granted for the telephone. However, other inventors before Bell had worked on the development of the telephone and the invention had several pioneers.[243]
1877: Thomas Edison invents the first working phonograph.[244]
1879: Joseph Swan and Thomas Edison both patent a functional Incandescent light bulb. Some two dozen inventors had experimented with electric incandescent lighting over the first three-quarters of the 19th century but never came up with a practical design.[246] Swan's, which he had been working on his since the 1860s, had a low resistance so was only suited for small installations. Edison designed a high-resistance bulb as part of a large-scale commercial electric lighting utility.[247][248][249]
1885: John Kemp Starley invents the modern bicycle.[251][252]
1886: Carl Gassner invents the zinc-carbon battery, the first dry cell battery, making portable electronics practical.
1886: Karl Benz invents the first petrol or gasoline powered auto-mobile (car).[253]
1895: Guglielmo Marconi invents a system of wireless communication using radio waves.
1895: Wilhelm Conrad Röntgen invented the first radiograph (xrays).
1898: Hans von Pechmann synthesizes polyethylene, now the most common plastic in the world.[256]
1899: Waldemar Jungner invents the nickel–cadmium battery.
1900: The first Zeppelin is designed by Theodor Kober.
1903: First manually controlled, fixed wing, motorized aircraft flies at Kitty Hawk, North Carolina by Orville and Wilbur Wright. See Claims to the first powered flight.
1904: The Fleming valve, the first vacuum tube and diode, is invented by John Ambrose Fleming.
1907: Leo Baekeland invents bakelite.

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Term
"fascist" "youth" "italy" -"world war" -nazis -youtube -antiques -1930 -1937 -mussolini -nazi

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How many Wiccans are there, world wide?? Answer: FIVE MILLION

2004
Wiccans represent a small fraction of the military, roughly 1,500 among 1.4 million active personnel,
https://www.religionnewsblog.com/8314/military-casts-wicca-in-the-shadows
So maybe 0,1% in USA, so 0,3 million or less

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