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Seer777
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Cheers, you as well, likely a rotating thing via non subscription.
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


I see.

Perhaps we can remedy that.

:)
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Olfactory response circumvents the pineal and as such has the strongest associative memory response.

Why this has popped to mind? who knows
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


chuckle

Who knows...
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Olfactory response circumvents the pineal and as such has the strongest associative memory response.

Why this has popped to mind? who knows
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


chuckle

Who knows...
 Quoting: pi


tounge


I do.

At least, when I read his response I was engaged in an activity I have performed since early childhood which is based entirely around smell.


Either way...I feel better.

ana
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Olfactory response circumvents the pineal and as such has the strongest associative memory response.

Why this has popped to mind? who knows
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


chuckle

Who knows...
 Quoting: pi


tounge


I do.

At least, when I read his response I was engaged in an activity I have performed since early childhood which is based entirely around smell.
 Quoting: Seer777


tounge

And the most powerful neuro-neuroreceptors are the MGluR's and the NMDAr's...

4 = TASTE: UMAMI: [link to en.wikipedia.org]
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Data... memory...
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Olfactory response circumvents the pineal and as such has the strongest associative memory response.

Why this has popped to mind? who knows
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


chuckle

Who knows...
 Quoting: pi


tounge


I do.

At least, when I read his response I was engaged in an activity I have performed since early childhood which is based entirely around smell.


Either way...I feel better.

ana
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My Idea is pinioned to the premise that we may tap 'genetic' (field) memory. Remembering outside the box if you will.
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My Idea is pinioned to the premise that we may tap 'genetic' (field) memory. Remembering outside the box if you will.
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ohyeah

cool2
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Olfactory response circumvents the pineal and as such has the strongest associative memory response.

Why this has popped to mind? who knows
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


chuckle

Who knows...
 Quoting: pi


tounge


I do.

At least, when I read his response I was engaged in an activity I have performed since early childhood which is based entirely around smell.
 Quoting: Seer777


tounge

And the most powerful neuro-neuroreceptors are the MGluR's and the NMDAr's...

4 = TASTE: UMAMI: [link to en.wikipedia.org]
 Quoting: pi


Data... memory...
 Quoting: pi


However, like thoughts themselves, chemoreceptive as is the basis of dna. I'm guessing the first is glutamine based and the other to be possibly opioid based?

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However, like thoughts themselves, chemoreceptive as is the basis of dna.
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ohyeah

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

peace
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30,000
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My Idea is pinioned to the premise that we may tap 'genetic' (field) memory. Remembering outside the box if you will.
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


Yes.

I wrote to another some days ago regarding said, and received little interest.

His request was for an interesting science experiment for his child to perform. I thought it clever. He did not.

tounge
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hey dion
1001 feels better than 1000
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hey dion
1001 feels better than 1000
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Cheers Aether, Always Milleniarism vs Utopianism. ;)
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hey dion
1001 feels better than 1000
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Cheers Aether, Always Milleniarism vs Utopianism. ;)
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rockon

Utopianism is a facet i am pleased to possess
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hey dion
1001 feels better than 1000
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Cheers Aether, Always Milleniarism vs Utopianism. ;)
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


rockon

Utopianism is a facet i am pleased to possess
 Quoting: aether


rockon
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excellent,,

dion,, good sir,, you have been sorely missed,,

attempts to invoke your presence failed miserabley,,

german beer night was somewhat lacking in distiguished mindful grammaticle retrograde,,

this one understood fully,, everything that everyone said,, without any form of litteral de-ja-veiu,,

quite terrible indeed,,




pleased your back,,


much love,,
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excellent,,

dion,, good sir,, you have been sorely missed,,

attempts to invoke your presence failed miserabley,,

german beer night was somewhat lacking in distiguished mindful grammaticle retrograde,,

this one understood fully,, everything that everyone said,, without any form of litteral de-ja-veiu,,

quite terrible indeed,,




pleased your back,,


much love,,
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Cheers, A mindful remembrance to those missed at given times in the dance of ritual!

A Votre Sante!
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hey dion
1001 feels better than 1000
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Cheers Aether, Always Milleniarism vs Utopianism. ;)
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


rockon

Utopianism is a facet i am pleased to possess
 Quoting: aether


As do I, the three aspects unite in our affirmation of now being firmly rooted in that which is to be ,through our actions aware and unaware .
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how very wonderfully applicable indeed dion,, considering tonights chosen beverage,,

much love,,
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My Idea is pinioned to the premise that we may tap 'genetic' (field) memory. Remembering outside the box if you will.
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


Yes.

I wrote to another some days ago regarding said, and received little interest.

His request was for an interesting science experiment for his child to perform. I thought it clever. He did not.

tounge
 Quoting: Seer777


Which was?
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Yes.

I wrote to another some days ago regarding said, and received little interest.

His request was for an interesting science experiment for his child to perform. I thought it clever. He did not.

tounge
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Which was?
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


It was in regard to how specific scents or taste can essentially cause a form of 'time travel' within memory. Propelling one backward into a clear moment of time. So clear in fact, as to almost re-live it.

I offered up the Anton vid for example.


I thought his child being young, could explore this idea with a uncommon scents of adulthood vs childhood but which is often common to both.

For example the smell of playdough or crayons.

:)
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Yes.

I wrote to another some days ago regarding said, and received little interest.

His request was for an interesting science experiment for his child to perform. I thought it clever. He did not.

tounge
 Quoting: Seer777


Which was?
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


It was in regard to how specific scents or taste can essentially cause a form of 'time travel' within memory. Propelling one backward into a clear moment of time. So clear in fact, as to almost re-live it.

I offered up the Anton vid for example.


I thought his child being young, could explore this idea with a uncommon scents of adulthood vs childhood but which is often common to both.

For example the smell of playdough or crayons.

:)
 Quoting: Seer777


Definitely, But children often react/answer with that they deem to be the desired response. They have little use for defining nuance as their sense of time is limitless.

As they don't define themselves with moments measured against one another.
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Yes.

I wrote to another some days ago regarding said, and received little interest.

His request was for an interesting science experiment for his child to perform. I thought it clever. He did not.

tounge
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Which was?
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


It was in regard to how specific scents or taste can essentially cause a form of 'time travel' within memory. Propelling one backward into a clear moment of time. So clear in fact, as to almost re-live it.

I offered up the Anton vid for example.


I thought his child being young, could explore this idea with a uncommon scents of adulthood vs childhood but which is often common to both.

For example the smell of playdough or crayons.

:)
 Quoting: Seer777


if memory (emotional impression) is within an external field to us
the field that our emotional expression impressed (retained) within
accessing again does give impression of time travel
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non local consciousness
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hey dion
1001 feels better than 1000
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1001 rules

I like ]%00%[

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non local consciousness
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/z\ out of body experience
near death expereince
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hey dion
1001 feels better than 1000
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1001 rules

I like ]%00%[
 Quoting:


sounds like the koran tounge

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Definitely, But children often react/answer with that they deem to be the desired response. They have little use for defining nuance as their sense of time is limitless.

As they don't define themselves with moments measured against one another.
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


I understand that.

It was more for the adults than the child. Just something which would add a little novelty to what they had seen before.

I was chasing away boredom at the time. Passing the time in between.

:)
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non local consciousness
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/z\ out of body experience
near death expereince
 Quoting: aether


One in ten people has an OBE once, or more commonly, several times in his or her life
 Quoting: observation


According to a Gallup poll, approximately eight million Americans claim to have had a near-death experience.
 Quoting: observation
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hey dion
1001 feels better than 1000
 Quoting: aether


1001 rules

I like ]%00%[
 Quoting:


sounds like the koran tounge
 Quoting: aether


Are you thinking of Scheherazade and the 1001 Arabian Nights or just the amount of rules lol..

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hey dion
1001 feels better than 1000
 Quoting: aether


1001 rules

I like ]%00%[
 Quoting:


sounds like the koran tounge
 Quoting: aether


Are you thinking of Scheherazade and the 1001 Arabian Nights or just the amount of rules lol..
 Quoting:


i was on the rules
but
now i am on the nights
much better
thank you tounge

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