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I was a doing a little research myself and found the effects on 'children' interesting...


Pain, which can be intense, numbness and tingling in the area around the sting, but little or no swelling
Muscle twitching or thrashing
Unusual head, neck and eye movements
Drooling
Sweating
Restlessness or excitability and sometimes inconsolable crying

Adults are more likely to experience:

Rapid breathing
High blood pressure
Increased heart rate
Muscle twitching
Weakness


[link to www.mayoclinic.com]

hmm
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Bolded text can certainly be a prominent issue.

Serotonin is largely produced by one brain area, the dorsal Raphe nucleus. It is found in the brain stem, and serotonin produced in it cascades over the rest of the brain from there, instead of being produced primarily in synapses, like, say, anandamide (an endocannabinoid neurotransmitter).

Among all the neurotransmitter systems, serotonin is the slowest to re-regulate.

However, the receptor pathways are easily powered down, then restarted. This is most likely to occur after sleep deprivation;

perhaps in the case of scorpion stings, it is the pain or trauma that keeps the stung child awake, and the serotonergic neurons power down as per usual.

So in many respects the whole syndrome mimics sleep deprivation.
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Wanna talk about superconductors for a sec...

[link to www.amsc.com]

If you looks at a crosssection of amperium what shape do you see? Hexagons...

What do we find in common with carbon /other good conductors... Number and shape?

hmm
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Scorpion venom is serotonergic.

Serotonin activates perception, computation, response.

Too much = Silverback gorilla.

Too little = Dog in the rain.

...

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Personality type sober is ENTJ. When stoned INTJ.

At least I have coffee and cigarettes... but that is not really helping the balance.

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I was a doing a little research myself and found the effects on 'children' interesting...


Pain, which can be intense, numbness and tingling in the area around the sting, but little or no swelling
Muscle twitching or thrashing
Unusual head, neck and eye movements
Drooling
Sweating
Restlessness or excitability and sometimes inconsolable crying

Adults are more likely to experience:

Rapid breathing
High blood pressure
Increased heart rate
Muscle twitching
Weakness


[link to www.mayoclinic.com]

hmm
 Quoting: Seer777


Bolded text can certainly be a prominent issue.

Serotonin is largely produced by one brain area, the dorsal Raphe nucleus. It is found in the brain stem, and serotonin produced in it cascades over the rest of the brain from there, instead of being produced primarily in synapses, like, say, anandamide (an endocannabinoid neurotransmitter).

Among all the neurotransmitter systems, serotonin is the slowest to re-regulate.

However, the receptor pathways are easily powered down, then restarted. This is most likely to occur after sleep deprivation;

perhaps in the case of scorpion stings, it is the pain or trauma that keeps the stung child awake, and the serotonergic neurons power down as per usual.

So in many respects the whole syndrome mimics sleep deprivation.
 Quoting: Azeratel Axo


Interesting connection pi.

When you say 'syndrome' are you speaking primarily of the scorpion sting or something more broad?
Difficulties strengthen the Mind as labor does the body...
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Wanna talk about superconductors for a sec...

[link to www.amsc.com]

If you looks at a crosssection of amperium what shape do you see? Hexagons...

What do we find in common with carbon /other good conductors... Number and shape?

hmm
 Quoting: TheBrandoV


does shape enforce implosion thus accelerates velocity = super fast

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Serotonin regulates electrical coupling via modulation of extrajunctional conductance: H-current.
[link to www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov]
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Interesting connection pi.

When you say 'syndrome' are you speaking primarily of the scorpion sting or something more broad?
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Well 'syndrome' refers to the whole course, and the secondary effects.

For example, concussion 'syndrome' is at full effect long after the original blow was struck.
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Wanna talk about superconductors for a sec...

[link to www.amsc.com]

If you looks at a crosssection of amperium what shape do you see? Hexagons...

What do we find in common with carbon /other good conductors... Number and shape?

hmm
 Quoting: TheBrandoV


does shape enforce implosion thus accelerates velocity = super fast
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It is resonance.
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thinking about is our aura is our bodies magnetosphere

hmm
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Would it work if they wrapped the coils around like the rodin coil? I noticed the coils looked like they just went round and round.
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[link to en.wikipedia.org]
 Quoting: TheBrandoV


The halbach cylinder, is it hollow? [link to en.wikipedia.org]

It reminded me of the tubes they put in water to mimic how the tubes in the body work, hmmm
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Serotonin regulates electrical coupling via modulation of extrajunctional conductance: H-current.
[link to www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov]
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Serotonin is a tryptamine monoamine neurotransmitter

[link to www.gematrix.org]

Lysergic Acid Di-ethylamide temporarily restores colour vision via activation of colour pathways in the optic nerves.

The Right side Red Ribbons can be understood if one is able to construct a symbolic legend of the electroconnectivity of monoamines.
 Quoting: Azeratel Axo


The Red Ribbons are one of the only five or six things that I have saved to Gem matrix... I was pretty thrilled to get this kind of "loop-around".

I do not feel it is finished... but it is a start.
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Wanna talk about superconductors for a sec...

[link to www.amsc.com]

If you looks at a crosssection of amperium what shape do you see? Hexagons...

What do we find in common with carbon /other good conductors... Number and shape?

hmm
 Quoting: TheBrandoV


does shape enforce implosion thus accelerates velocity = super fast
 Quoting: aether


It is resonance.
 Quoting: TheBrandoV


resonance = pulse = feedback
when does resonance occur
when there is something to resonate with
as no space is empty (vacuum) the instant a emotion begins it becomes a pulse (resonance) because our environment responds (resonates) thus all communication/motion has resonated with something before arriving at the something it was focused to resonate with
that is why it is resonance

does that make sense

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Greetings Everyone hugs

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Doing a drive by today ,, having some severe stomach issues once again :( so having to rest, think when they sprayed for bugs it triggered something). Came across this tho and wanted to share ....

[link to io9.com]

snip~

What is a BAM?

Your brain is vast on a cosmic scale. Billions upon billions of neurons communicate with one another via trillions of connections, giving rise to what amounts to a network of networks. Widely adopted (but by no means universally accepted) theories posit that these neural networks are the wellsprings of such complex processes as perception and action. Many neuroscientists believe that a detailed BAM could reveal valuable clues about these and other cognitive functions, and perhaps human consciousness, itself. Columbia University's Rafael Yuste is one of them.

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Yuste is a co-author of a widely circulated BAM project proposal published last July in the journal Neuron, and one of the scientists whose advice the Obama Administration has sought in planning what the NYT characterized as a ten-year, multi-billion dollar undertaking. In an interview with io9, Yuste explained that the ultimate goal of the project is to create what he calls a functional map of the active human brain. "You could argue, in a very simplistic way, that everything that we are, our whole mental world, amounts to nothing more than neural circuits firing [in patterns] throughout the brain," Yuste said. By mapping circuit activity, Yuste thinks researchers can "discover patterns that are the physical representation and origin of mental states — of thoughts, for example, or memories."


What did the chicken cross the road?

To boldly go where no chicken had gone before lmao


neuron univ


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Wanna talk about superconductors for a sec...

[link to www.amsc.com]

If you looks at a crosssection of amperium what shape do you see? Hexagons...

What do we find in common with carbon /other good conductors... Number and shape?

hmm
 Quoting: TheBrandoV




[link to logos.wikia.com]

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asx:neu
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Hmm
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Would it work if they wrapped the coils around like the rodin coil? I noticed the coils looked like they just went round and round.
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[link to en.wikipedia.org]
 Quoting: TheBrandoV


The halbach cylinder, is it hollow? [link to en.wikipedia.org]

It reminded me of the tubes they put in water to mimic how the tubes in the body work, hmmm
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Yes. This is how servo motors and magnetic bearings work.

I think it would be cool to make a washer/dryer single unit like a big servo motor. Stainless drum. Induction for heating and braking.

Also... I think we could make air conditioners with magnets... something like perendev motor...
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And then he said:

"I shall bless you with uncertainty."
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Serotonin regulates electrical coupling via modulation of extrajunctional conductance: H-current.
[link to www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov]
 Quoting: aether


Serotonin is a tryptamine monoamine neurotransmitter

[link to www.gematrix.org]

Lysergic Acid Di-ethylamide temporarily restores colour vision via activation of colour pathways in the optic nerves.

The Right side Red Ribbons can be understood if one is able to construct a symbolic legend of the electroconnectivity of monoamines.
 Quoting: Azeratel Axo


The Red Ribbons are one of the only five or six things that I have saved to Gem matrix... I was pretty thrilled to get this kind of "loop-around".

I do not feel it is finished... but it is a start.
 Quoting: Azeratel Axo


What happens when the red ribbons are cut?
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...
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come on, guys, give it a rest
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Serotonin regulates electrical coupling via modulation of extrajunctional conductance: H-current.
[link to www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov]
 Quoting: aether


Serotonin is a tryptamine monoamine neurotransmitter

[link to www.gematrix.org]

Lysergic Acid Di-ethylamide temporarily restores colour vision via activation of colour pathways in the optic nerves.

The Right side Red Ribbons can be understood if one is able to construct a symbolic legend of the electroconnectivity of monoamines.
 Quoting: Azeratel Axo


The Red Ribbons are one of the only five or six things that I have saved to Gem matrix... I was pretty thrilled to get this kind of "loop-around".

I do not feel it is finished... but it is a start.
 Quoting: Azeratel Axo


What happens when the red ribbons are cut?
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Cut with what?
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Wanna talk about superconductors for a sec...

[link to www.amsc.com]

If you looks at a crosssection of amperium what shape do you see? Hexagons...

What do we find in common with carbon /other good conductors... Number and shape?

hmm
 Quoting: TheBrandoV


does shape enforce implosion thus accelerates velocity = super fast
 Quoting: aether


It is resonance.
 Quoting: TheBrandoV


resonance = pulse = feedback
when does resonance occur
when there is something to resonate with
as no space is empty (vacuum) the instant a emotion begins it becomes a pulse (resonance) because our environment responds (resonates) thus all communication/motion has resonated with something before arriving at the something it was focused to resonate with
that is why it is resonance

does that make sense
 Quoting: aether


Sure... but what is resistance.

If you let the energy flow in the path it wants... no resistance... Kinda like spinning a wheel what is 40 lbs over your head. More than one way to do it... but there is an easy way ;-)
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Wow, awesomecool2
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I thought so too.

How are you fancy?


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Wow, awesomecool2
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I thought so too.

How are you fancy?


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Look a 667 clue... Fancy... hmm
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Wanna talk about superconductors for a sec...

[link to www.amsc.com]

If you looks at a crosssection of amperium what shape do you see? Hexagons...

What do we find in common with carbon /other good conductors... Number and shape?

hmm
 Quoting: TheBrandoV


does shape enforce implosion thus accelerates velocity = super fast
 Quoting: aether


does this fit:

Masaru Emoto research on this hexagonal or icosahedral structured water has shown that this water has abilities to transfer what he has coined ‘Hado’ or the vital energy of the universe. Now isn’t Hado just the Japanese term for Orgone that Wilhelm Reich discovered? Masaru Emoto’s research seems to acknowledge the abilities of water to act as a superconductor for this cosmic energy once the water itself gets structured. Masaru Emoto’s research has shown that:
Hexagonal structured water appears in natural clean water sources
Ordinary water such as tap water can be changed into hexagonal structured water by positive and loving human intentions.
Hexagonal structured water can be artificially created using scalar waves or torsion fields.

There is a Dutch psychic woman by the name of Woutje Winkler-Prins who’s been paranormally receiving information from her spiritual guides about geometrical forms that supposedly impose ‘healing faculties’ on water. She’s been creating her ‘structured water’ using geometrical forms drawn on paper for at least 20 years now and the latest geometrical form that she has been using to create her Donave trademark water is this:.....
 Quoting: observation

[link to www.soulsofdistortion.nl]
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Serotonin regulates electrical coupling via modulation of extrajunctional conductance: H-current.
[link to www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov]
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Serotonin is a tryptamine monoamine neurotransmitter

[link to www.gematrix.org]

Lysergic Acid Di-ethylamide temporarily restores colour vision via activation of colour pathways in the optic nerves.

The Right side Red Ribbons can be understood if one is able to construct a symbolic legend of the electroconnectivity of monoamines.
 Quoting: Azeratel Axo


The Red Ribbons are one of the only five or six things that I have saved to Gem matrix... I was pretty thrilled to get this kind of "loop-around".

I do not feel it is finished... but it is a start.
 Quoting: Azeratel Axo


What happens when the red ribbons are cut?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 32430667


Cut with what?
 Quoting: Azeratel Axo


Like a red ribbon cutting ceremony?
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Serotonin regulates electrical coupling via modulation of extrajunctional conductance: H-current.
[link to www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov]
 Quoting: aether


Serotonin is a tryptamine monoamine neurotransmitter

[link to www.gematrix.org]

Lysergic Acid Di-ethylamide temporarily restores colour vision via activation of colour pathways in the optic nerves.

The Right side Red Ribbons can be understood if one is able to construct a symbolic legend of the electroconnectivity of monoamines.
 Quoting: Azeratel Axo


The Red Ribbons are one of the only five or six things that I have saved to Gem matrix... I was pretty thrilled to get this kind of "loop-around".

I do not feel it is finished... but it is a start.
 Quoting: Azeratel Axo


What happens when the red ribbons are cut?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 32430667


Cut with what?
 Quoting: Azeratel Axo


Like a red ribbon cutting ceremony?
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Wanna talk about superconductors for a sec...

[link to www.amsc.com]

If you looks at a crosssection of amperium what shape do you see? Hexagons...

What do we find in common with carbon /other good conductors... Number and shape?

hmm
 Quoting: TheBrandoV


does shape enforce implosion thus accelerates velocity = super fast
 Quoting: aether


does this fit:

Masaru Emoto research on this hexagonal or icosahedral structured water has shown that this water has abilities to transfer what he has coined ‘Hado’ or the vital energy of the universe. Now isn’t Hado just the Japanese term for Orgone that Wilhelm Reich discovered? Masaru Emoto’s research seems to acknowledge the abilities of water to act as a superconductor for this cosmic energy once the water itself gets structured. Masaru Emoto’s research has shown that:
Hexagonal structured water appears in natural clean water sources
Ordinary water such as tap water can be changed into hexagonal structured water by positive and loving human intentions.
Hexagonal structured water can be artificially created using scalar waves or torsion fields.

There is a Dutch psychic woman by the name of Woutje Winkler-Prins who’s been paranormally receiving information from her spiritual guides about geometrical forms that supposedly impose ‘healing faculties’ on water. She’s been creating her ‘structured water’ using geometrical forms drawn on paper for at least 20 years now and the latest geometrical form that she has been using to create her Donave trademark water is this:.....
 Quoting: observation

[link to www.soulsofdistortion.nl]
 Quoting: aether


:yesmann:
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Would it work if they wrapped the coils around like the rodin coil? I noticed the coils looked like they just went round and round.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 32430667


[link to en.wikipedia.org]
 Quoting: TheBrandoV


The halbach cylinder, is it hollow? [link to en.wikipedia.org]

It reminded me of the tubes they put in water to mimic how the tubes in the body work, hmmm
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 32430667


Yes. This is how servo motors and magnetic bearings work.

I think it would be cool to make a washer/dryer single unit like a big servo motor. Stainless drum. Induction for heating and braking.

Also... I think we could make air conditioners with magnets... something like perendev motor...
 Quoting: TheBrandoV


That would be cool. I'm not mechanically inclined so I don't know exactly what all that means, but sounds like a great idea. I was thinking a cool invention would be something to make cleaning less work, like the robot vacuum but better.
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does shape enforce implosion thus accelerates velocity = super fast
 Quoting: aether


It is resonance.
 Quoting: TheBrandoV


resonance = pulse = feedback
when does resonance occur
when there is something to resonate with
as no space is empty (vacuum) the instant a emotion begins it becomes a pulse (resonance) because our environment responds (resonates) thus all communication/motion has resonated with something before arriving at the something it was focused to resonate with
that is why it is resonance

does that make sense
 Quoting: aether


Sure... but what is resistance.

If you let the energy flow in the path it wants... no resistance... Kinda like spinning a wheel what is 40 lbs over your head. More than one way to do it... but there is an easy way ;-)
 Quoting: TheBrandoV


resistance is the same as acceptance
it is feed back
the motive of the feedback recipient dictates what occurs next
mutual agreement (synergy) may say resistance is desired (tensegrity)

it is synergy (emotional affect) the motivated two somethings or more experience in their feedback that dictates their reply (resonance)
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 Quoting: TheBrandoV


The halbach cylinder, is it hollow? [link to en.wikipedia.org]

It reminded me of the tubes they put in water to mimic how the tubes in the body work, hmmm
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 32430667


Yes. This is how servo motors and magnetic bearings work.

I think it would be cool to make a washer/dryer single unit like a big servo motor. Stainless drum. Induction for heating and braking.

Also... I think we could make air conditioners with magnets... something like perendev motor...
 Quoting: TheBrandoV


That would be cool. I'm not mechanically inclined so I don't know exactly what all that means, but sounds like a great idea. I was thinking a cool invention would be something to make cleaning less work, like the robot vacuum but better.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 32430667


I think we should have laser dusters.... maybe could double as a bug zapper. Someone made a system that kills female mosquitos... because they are the only ones that bite.

[link to www.youtube.com]


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