you look at a chart of a pair (FX), and you see an upward trend. They change the period and show you the updated chart of the same paid, during the same time frame and you see a downward trend. What’s going on? It’s the same pair, same timeframe, but the perception is completely opposite? … Read moreThe Importance of “the Trading Frequency”
part 1: The arrogance of the ad industry The ad industry hasn’t learned from its pervious shortcomings and mistakes. The form has changed: it’s more sophisticated and “modern-looking” than what it used to be; but the arrogance of the ad industry sickens me and probably sickens you too! How arrogant it is to bombard us … Read moreOn Democratizing the Ad “Industry”
are there multiple minds in us? how many? there are many neurons in our bodies, billions and billions. Some say 100 billion in our brain and many billions around the body. So is it possible that the neurons in the other parts of the body have mind/consciousness? I’d say, YES! All animals are conscious, or … Read moreThe Many Minds, Out-of-the-brain!
why do we need to keep English as-is? we’re moving to the zone that men and women are equal, we’ve “advertised” gender equality for generations, and we not only are differentiating people based on their gender but also are differentiating things as “he” and “she“? Why do we have to bring down things and animals … Read moreif a language doesn’t serve us, should we continue using and “preserving” it?
Assuming there exists a god somewhere (or nowhere) why should we worship him? is it “ethical” to worship him? is it because of ethics? which ethics? The same one that is “designed”/created by the same guy/god? Should bitcoin be designed, such that after each transaction, the coins send a love message to Satoshi?! Should bitcoins … Read moreif there’s a god why should we worship him?
Part 1- It was just a display ad in a busy corridor in Narita International Airport (NRT Airport), one of the world’s busiest airports. An ad by Master Card depicting a few tourists riding elephants close to Angkorwat temple in Cambodia, and people were passing by, without noticing how it subconsciously is promoting elephant riding … Read moreFighting Elephant Slavery
Brain systems involved in the generation of Theta oscillations Classic Theta model and its inadequacies Transmitters and receptors responsible for theta oscillations: roles for cholinergic, GABA-A and NMDA receptors Contribution of the Dentate Gyrus and CA3 recurrent collateral system to theta generation The involvement of GABAergic interneurons in theta activity Intrinsic resonant properties of neurons … Read moreTheta waves: an overview from generation to importance