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Recipe - Mexican Chocolate Tofu Pudding - NYTimes.com

New technology makes brains see-through: CLARITY allows imaging of an intact mouse brain. Credit: Kwanghun Chung and Karl Deisseroth, Howard Hughes Medical Institute/Stanford University

Everyman sleep cycle. Sleep three hours three twenty minute naps equally spaced throughout the day.

Everyman, probably the sleep schedule I will adopt after I experiment with uberman, this requires a little more sleep but is more adaptive to everday life. hour core with 3 20 minute naps. Probably healthier because of extra sleep time.

'Biohackers' mining their own bodies' data

'Biohackers' mining their own bodies' data

Dave Asprey is considered a guru of the biohacking movement. Asprey has helped develop a prototype HEG (Hemoencephalography ) neurofeedback device that helps train the brain, and he also uses a soliton laser which helps with healing. (via SFChronicle)

Stress close up - A dazzling image of crystals forming in the human "stress" hormone cortisol. Cortisol is actually responsible for many of the physiological problems associated with stress. Its release has effects on heart rate and blood pressure.

Stress close up - A dazzling image of crystals forming in the human "stress" hormone cortisol. Cortisol is actually responsible for many of the physiological problems associated with stress. Its release has effects on heart rate and blood pressure.

CT scans continue to evolve, but they are beginning to look more like artwork than scientific scans here

My, what a lovely brain you have. CT scan art by Hong Kong radiologist Kai-Hung Fung.

The Universe that Creator God has put INSIDE each of us -- amazingly similar to stars and planets and galaxies, shown in detail by this 2 minute CLARITY brain imaging from Stanford University's Deisseroth Medical Laboratory. -DdO:) - http://www.pinterest.com/DianaDeeOsborne/universe-lights/ - Lots of neon green and yellow inner universe lights of nerve impulses and pulsing in the world we call our Body.

Two video clips made by Karl Deisseroth and Kwanghun Chung of Stanford University. The first shows shows a flythrough of an intact mouse brain using a fluore.

CLARITY

CLARITY

Wow! I have not seen a diagram like this one yet. What a GREAT BIG GOD!

Here, feel insignificant for a while...

Here, feel insignificant for a while.Remember when you feel down.You are insignificant to the universe!

Muscle fibre, SEM (Scanning Electron Microscope). I changed my mind, I want to be a scientist and study EVERYTHING!

BE_Muscle fibre, SEM (Scanning Electron Microscope). I changed my mind, I want to be a scientist and study EVERYTHING!

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