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Alaskan White Dragon Productions Innovative Imaginative Researcher of Spacial & Temporal Constructs within the Neurochemistry of the Brain visualized by Holographic Immersive Environment

Love being a Scientist and Artist reproducing Spacial and Temporal (Time) constructs of brain chemistry functions by using holographic imagery and temporal animations to illuminate functions of the brain

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Researchers solve 20-year-old paradox in solar physics
08/20/2021
Researchers solve 20-year-old paradox in solar physics

Researchers solve 20-year-old paradox in solar physics

In 1998, the journal Nature published a seminal letter concluding that a mysterious signal, which had been discovered while analyzing the polarization of sunlight, implies that the solar chromosphere (an important layer of the solar atmosphere) is practically unmagnetised, in sharp contradiction wit...

08/18/2021

Ghost fire in the sky near Franklin, WV.

Fire Rainbows: A Rare Cloud phenomenon

“Fire Rainbows” or "rainbow clouds" are neither fire, nor rainbows, but are so called because of their brilliant pastel colors and flame like appearance. Technically they are known as circumhorizontal arc - an ice halo formed by hexagonal, plate-shaped ice crystals in high level cirrus clouds. The halo is so large that the arc appears parallel to the horizon, hence the name.
Brightly colored circumhorizontal arc occur mostly during the summer and between particular latitudes. When the sun is very high in the sky, sunlight entering flat, hexagon shaped ice crystals gets split into individual colors just like in a prism. The conditions required to form a “fire rainbow” is very precise – the sun has to be at an elevation of 58° or greater, there must be high altitude cirrus clouds with plate-shaped ice crystals, and sunlight has to enter the ice crystals at a specific angle. This is why circumhorizontal arc is such a rare phenomenon.

📷 credit: Christa Harbig

Engineers make critical advance in quantum computer design
08/14/2021
Engineers make critical advance in quantum computer design

Engineers make critical advance in quantum computer design

Quantum engineers from UNSW Sydney have removed a major obstacle that has stood in the way of quantum computers becoming a reality. They discovered a new technique they say will be capable of controlling millions of spin qubits—the basic units of information in a silicon quantum processor.

Chiral water super-structure forms around DNA
08/12/2021
Chiral water super-structure forms around DNA

Chiral water super-structure forms around DNA

Chiral water superstructure has been templated around a biomolecule. Although many studies have demonstrated the direct interaction of water with highly important macromolecules like DNA, the latest study is a final confirmation that water forms a super-structure around DNA

08/12/2021

Educator focused Birds of a Feather meet-ups continue, including the Faculty Submitted Student Work session! If you've ever thought about submitting but weren't sure how or felt nervous come learn more.

As a reminder, these sessions are accessible using the Basic Registration. Several vendors are providing discounts and free redemption codes so encourage your students to attend!

August 12th BOF line-up (times are PDT):
--> 11:00am: Faculty Submitted Student Works
--> 1:00pm: VRestaurant: What does VR Education Taste Like?
--> 3:00pm XR Education Hybrid Horizons

Free Basic Registration voucher from Unity: https://unity.com/event/siggraph-2021

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A Physics Nobel Prize for a New Way of Manipulating Light
08/12/2021
A Physics Nobel Prize for a New Way of Manipulating Light

A Physics Nobel Prize for a New Way of Manipulating Light

Three scientists on Tuesday won the Nobel Physics Prize, including the first woman to receive the prestigious award in 55 years, for inventing Chirped-pulse amplification, or CPA.

Physicists have built a mathematical 'playground' to study quantum information
08/10/2021
Physicists have built a mathematical 'playground' to study quantum information

Physicists have built a mathematical 'playground' to study quantum information

In a new study from Skoltech and the University of Kentucky, researchers have found a new connection between quantum information and quantum field theory. This work attests to the growing role of quantum information theory across various areas of physics. The paper was published in the journal Physi...

08/05/2021
FDA-cleared, non-invasive depression treatment - NeuroStar TMS

Neuroscientists have created a product that can now help people invasively to regain positive mental health. Can we please start treating people with these? Going to be needed for Long Term SARS2 patients which are in the millions so far. Love to us all Peaceful Warriors! 🧠💕🐲

TIME CRYSTAL has finally been made by Engineers! A good example would be Star Trek Next Generation and di-lithium crysta...
08/03/2021
Eternal Change for No Energy: A Time Crystal Finally Made Real | Quanta Magazine

TIME CRYSTAL has finally been made by Engineers! A good example would be Star Trek Next Generation and di-lithium crystals running their warp drive. This will give unlimited energy and remove the economic block in our society. Love to us all - Peaceful Warriors!

Like a perpetual motion machine, a time crystal forever cycles between states without consuming energy. Physicists claim to have built this new phase of matter inside a quantum computer.

07/28/2021

COVID19 impact on the brain

By now we know that mortality is not the only outcome of COVID-19 disease. The virus can reach all of our organs, so a number of survivors continue to battle symptoms long after initial disease.

***How does SARS-CoV-2 reach organs?***
We have COVID19 doors (called ACE2 receptors) on almost all of our organs. The little spikes on the virus are keys to these doors. It takes about 10 minutes for COVID19 to open the door and make a cell its home. Once in, the virus starts multiplying eventually killing the cell (and sometimes even killing all the cells in the organ). On top of this, our immune system then “overreacts” to these cells dying causing even more problems. This has been documented to happen in almost every organ in the human body, even among those with asymptomatic disease.

***Including the brain***
Our brains are highly protected, so we aren’t entirely sure how the the virus enters the brain yet. One strong hypothesis is that invasion happens at nose cells and then progresses from there onto a region at the front of the brain (called the olfactory bulb responsible for smell). In the short-term, the virus causes inflammation of the brain. The brain can also be indirectly impacted by blood clots or lack of oxygen.

There can be neurological damage in the long-run too. Back in July 2020, JAMA published one of the first studies describing neurological symptoms long after initial disease. This was followed by a multitude of studies of patients reporting loss of smell and taste, headaches, and dizziness; 33% of patients experience neurological or psychological “COVID19 fog”; and, mental health issues lead to struggling for words, simple math, or just trying to think well after survival.

***Brain Tissue***
Just recently, a group of scientists at Oxford found that it might be because some survivors lose brain tissue. As part of an ongoing study, 782 volunteers’ brains were scanned 3 years before the pandemic. The same adults were then invited for a follow-up brain scan during the pandemic: 394 of them had survived COVID19 (ranging from asymptomatic to severe disease) and 388 never had COVID19.

How did their brains compare? Those with COVID19 had significant loss of gray matter, particularly in three specific areas on the left side of the brain. This brain matter loss was regardless of disease severity. Those without COVID19 had no brain tissue loss.

Interestingly, these three regions of the brain are responsible for smell, taste, memory, and emotion. This could possible explain the long term neurological symptoms among COVID19 survivors.

***Linked to Alzheimer’s?***
Quite a few scientists are concerned that this may be setting up for Alzheimer’s in the future. As NPR reported, the Alzheimer's Association International Conference is meeting in Denver this week. At conferences, scientists present hot off the bench results. The results are not published and not even in pre-print, but still important because they give everyone an idea on what their working on, give a taste of preliminary results, and can spark conversations and collaborations.

As you can imagine, this year many scientists are presenting on their work in COVID19 and Alzheimers. Some preliminary presentations include:
-Scans taken before and after a person develops COVID-19 suggesting that the infection can cause changes that overlap those seen in Alzheimer's
-Genetic studies showing the same genes that increase a person's risk for getting severe COVID-19 also increase the risk of developing Alzheimer's
-Mental problems being more common in COVID-19 patients who lose their sense of smell because the disease has affected a brain area

The link between Alzheimers and COVID19 isn’t too far fetched either. Previous research has shown how other viruses can increase the risk of Alzheimers and dementia.

Unfortunately, we’re at the mercy of time to see how this manifests, as there are still a lot of unanswered questions. If there is a true link between Alzheimers and COVID19 we think it will be relatively rare, but with a global pandemic, the population-level impact will be devastating.

Love, YLE

For data sources, go to my newsletter here: https://yourlocalepidemiologist.substack.com/p/covid19s-impact-on-the-brain

Great break through to be able to reproduce the brain 🧠 correctly.  Magnetite location helps in reproducing current chan...
04/30/2021
Mapping Magnetite in the Human Brain

Great break through to be able to reproduce the brain 🧠 correctly. Magnetite location helps in reproducing current changes and metabolite sites reacting to magnetism. Love to us all Peaceful Warriors! ⛲️🏞🏔🧠🐲

A new study shows that the reproducible magnetization patterns of magnetite is preferentially partitioned in the human brain, specifically in the cerebellum and brain stem.

Chiral water super-structure forms around DNA
04/21/2021
Chiral water super-structure forms around DNA

Chiral water super-structure forms around DNA

Chiral water superstructure has been templated around a biomolecule. Although many studies have demonstrated the direct interaction of water with highly important macromolecules like DNA, the latest study is a final confirmation that water forms a super-structure around DNA

04/07/2021
Summer Workshop on the Dynamic Brain

Summer Workshop on the Dynamic Brain

The safety of our staff and event attendees is of the highest concern to us. We will accept applications for an in-person workshop in August 2021, subject to cancellation depending on factors such as state and local guidance regarding gatherings, virus spread, and vaccine availability. We will provi...

Spring School 2021 | 10 Days Online Education
04/07/2021
Spring School 2021 | 10 Days Online Education

Spring School 2021 | 10 Days Online Education

Virtual talks, keynotes and demonstrations about brain-computer interfaces and neurotechnologies for neurorehabilitation, brain assessments, invasive neuromodulation

Neuro 2021 | Neuro 2021 conference
04/07/2021
Neuro 2021 | Neuro 2021 conference

Neuro 2021 | Neuro 2021 conference

10th International IEEE EMBS Conference on Neural Engineering 4-6 May 2021, Virtual Register Now View our FAQ for information about speaking at NER’21 About the Conference The Neural Engineering Community welcomes researchers, members of academia, clinicians, and representatives of patient associa...

A Nanophotonic Structure Used to Entangle Photosynthetic Bacteria
04/07/2021
A Nanophotonic Structure Used to Entangle Photosynthetic Bacteria

A Nanophotonic Structure Used to Entangle Photosynthetic Bacteria

There is an obvious flaw in the current predominant physics model of the fundamental behavior and nature of the universe: current physics theory is a contentious amalgamation of two separate models that seem to be incompatible in characterizing a couple of important properties, like gravity and time...

Finally organoid mini brains are being built, which can help so many people with brain injuries. Love to us all Peaceful...
03/27/2021
Lab-grown mini ‘brains’ of humans and apes reveal why one got so much bigger

Finally organoid mini brains are being built, which can help so many people with brain injuries. Love to us all Peaceful Warriors! https://www.livescience.com/human-ape-brain-evolution-differences.html?utm_source=Selligent&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=LVS_newsletter&utm_content=LVS_newsletter+&utm_term=3096998

Using lab-grown mini-brains, scientists have figured out why humans have bigger brains than those of apes.

Timeline Photos
02/09/2021

Timeline Photos

Herbs are “open-source” and a lot of herbal learning is as well. You don’t *need* a teacher, a mentor, or guide to learn about them and learn how to use them. With careful listening the plants themselves may teach you when to how to use them.

With that being said, I do think intuition and intuitive learning is like a muscle you have to flex to keep strong. All of my personal experiences of intuition and intuitive learning did not happen in an abstract vacuum. It wasn’t like the sky opened up, the angels sang and suddenly I KNEW!

In most cases it’s been a quiet feeling in the core of my being. It’s a gestalt sensation of all of my learning and experiences over a lifetime. Very rarely does it feel like a novel idea that has come from outside of me (inspiration) and more like a deep mining of all the things I’ve known- and forgotten from my conscious mind- in this life.

All this to say, it’s informed by what I have learned, the time I’ve invested in the book knowledge and direct experience applying that knowledge. My intuitive experiences with plants have come from the relationship I’ve built with them. Just like you learn a new friend’s name, birthplace, family of origin, birth date, favorite color before you jump into a deep spiritual relationship with them, learning a plant’s latin name, family, energetics, herbal actions, energetics and specific indications can be a potent foundation for fostering a deeper relationship with them.

So, do you need a teacher, mentor or guide to learn herbs? No, but it sure helps! It helps you create and build a strong foundation, right from the get go, and eliminates a lot of the trial and error of learning on your own.

I'm offering a free workshop to learn how you can start using herbs to support your health. Use the link in my bio to sign up and join me live!

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We need to help Neurological recovery from SARS2 (COVID19) - Researchers are concerned about the implications of brain i...
01/11/2021
Microvascular Injury in the Brains of Patients with Covid-19 | NEJM

We need to help Neurological recovery from SARS2 (COVID19) - Researchers are concerned about the implications of brain inflammation on people's long-term health, given it's associated with memory loss and Alzheimer's disease and some patients are already suffering lingering neurological consequences such as chronic fatigue and Guillain–Barré Syndromes. Love to us all Peaceful Warriors -

Correspondence from The New England Journal of Medicine — Microvascular Injury in the Brains of Patients with Covid-19

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