Daily Archives: June 6, 2013

Quotation: W. Somerset Maugham


There is nothing so degrading as the constant anxiety about one’s means of livelihood.

W. Somerset Maugham (1874-1965) Discuss

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Today’s Birthday: SYLVANUS GRISWOLD MORLEY (1883)


Sylvanus Griswold Morley (1883)

Morley was an American archaeologist who studied pre-Columbian Maya civilization throughout Central America, including at Copán, Honduras, Petén, Guatemala, and Chichén Itzá, Mexico. Though his archaeological work was widely recognized during his lifetime, it was only after his death that his other career was revealed—Morley worked as a spy for the US during World War I by searching for German submarine bases in Central America. His adventurous life may have inspired what famous film character? More… Discuss

 

This Day In the Yesteryear: FIRST ASCENT OF MT. MCKINLEY’S SOUTH PEAK (1913)


First Ascent of Mt. McKinley’s South Peak (1913)

With a summit elevation of 20,320 ft (6,194 m), Alaska’s Mt. McKinley is the tallest mountain in North America. James Wickersham led the first recorded climbing attempt in 1903 but turned back at 8,000 ft (2,438 m). In 1910, a group known as the Sourdough expedition claimed to have summited its lower, northern peak. Three years later, explorer Hudson Stuck and three others made the first successful ascent of the South Summit—its true summit. How did Stuck’s ascent verify the Sourdough climb? More… Discuss

 

NEANDERTHAL TUMOR HIGHLIGHTS CANCER’S LONG HISTORY


 

Neanderthal Skeleton, AMNH

Neanderthal Skeleton, AMNH (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Neanderthal Tumor Highlights Cancer’s Long History

Many cancers today are attributed at least in part to pollutants in our environment, but the discovery of atumor in a 120,000-year-old fossilized Neanderthal rib highlights the fact that primitive humans were also susceptible to this disease despite living under considerably different conditions.

map of main sites where classical Neandertal f...

map of main sites where classical Neandertal fossil where found. Corrected Molodova to Molodovo. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

The cancerous rib is the earliest known evidence of a tumor in the human fossil record, predating all previous finds by more than 100,000 years. More… Discuss

★ Astral Projection ★ Binaural Beats + Isochronic Tones



Astral Projection ★ Binaural Beats + Isochronic Tones
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This audio uses frequencies associated with inducing astral projection or out of body experience.

Binaural Beats: Powerful Concentration, Focus & Manifestation – Gamma 40 Hz


 

English: Binaural Beats and Interaural Time Di...

English: Binaural Beats and Interaural Time Differences Blue and red graph: Ear signals at binaural beat experiments (example) Green graph: Interaural time delay (ITD), resulting from these ear signals Deutsch: Binaurale Schwebungen und Interaurale Zeit-Differenzen Blaue und rote Kurve: Ohrsignale bei Experimenten zu binauralen Schwebungen (Beispiel) Grüne Kurve: Interaurale Zeit-Differenzen (ITD), die sich aus diesen Ohrsignalen ergeben (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Binaural Beats

When two tones at slightly different frequencies are played separately and heard through stereo headphones or speakers, the brain perceives a third sound: a binaural beat. Though discovered by German scientist Heinrich Wilhelm Dove in 1839, the phenomenon was largely ignored until the 1970s. The beats are now a source of interest for some who think they have the potential to induce relaxation and increase memory and learning ability. How are binaural beats related to the “cocktail party effect“? More… Discuss

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ProPublica Surveillance

ProPublica Surveillance (click to access report)

How in the hell could a person… – Charles Bukowski


Try 4:30 in the morning, or even graveyard shift!

A Pondering Mind

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