Mickael Angelo Yusufidis
8/7/2016 · 32 min read · +400
gerry's STUPID SENSATION & PERCEPTION TRICKS II: IT WORKS WITH ACTUAL MUSIC AS WELL

gerry's STUPID SENSATION & PERCEPTION TRICKS II: IT WORKS WITH ACTUAL MUSIC AS WELL

http://youtu.be/iRscM0Csk5Q"ACOUSTIC HURRICANE": Here we have an experiment in top down auditory processing which informs us that: Our brains "make up stuff all the time."When incoming sensory information (i.e., sights, sounds, tastes, etc.) travel...

Gerald Hecht

Gerald Hecht

Claire L Cardwell OMG; so he was like still in "Mesmerland"...I honestly didn't know that any of that cocaine-infused-Freudian-wackiness made it out of the 1960's (at the latest) --that is incredible! I'm gonna go back and re-read a sample of some of his writings --armed with this info! I mean that's the kind of insanity that Freud and his mentors used to say...that's literally the linguistic root of the (long obsolete, I thought) term "hysteria" right? Those guys really believed that stuff...that hysteria was this "female-specific-emotional-epilepsy" caused by a "wondering womb"...and the teeth thing --there were several versions of that (all nonsense --my favorite was the mercury poisoning from fillings...well, yeah, I guess...its MERCURY POISONING)...although, very recently, it has been shown that severe periodontal sepsis can trigger a pro-inflammatory cytokine event...that could trigger neurodegenerative stuff...but it also can equally effect every organ system and he wouldn't have known that. Wow, that is really all news to me (that some of those ideas were and possibly still are) in circulation! Yes...completely nuts...just hearing that made me think of that movie with Ben Kingsley and Leonardo DiCaprio..."Shutter Island"...I would love to hear your "rejoinder"! I think I may have just assumed he was joking and laughed at him; all the while thinking I was laughing with him!

17/6/2017
Gerald Hecht

Gerald Hecht

Claire L Cardwell Oh; I think there has always been a proud tradition of bending the perceptions...this way and that way, etc. Its always best to experience the construct from as many vantage points as possible; in the event that one needs to employ evasive maneuvers with little notice and stuff like that...

17/6/2017
Mickael Angelo Yusufidis
11/7/2016 · 31 min read · +200
Breaking News! beBee Now Promoting User Posts on Our Social Media Pages

Breaking News! beBee Now Promoting User Posts on Our Social Media Pages

I'd like to take this opportunity to thank you to those that have taken the time to wish me well regarding my appointment of Social Marketing Director for beBee USA. I must say that beBee is hands down the most exciting project I have ever had in...

stephan metral 🐝 Innovative Brand Ambassador

stephan metral 🐝 Innovative Brand Ambassador

Do you think one day we can embed articles with html5? On website WP and forums?

17/4/2017
Linda Adams

Linda Adams

Great idea to promote beBee's Producer articles on beBee social media pages and a win-win. We get more promotion of our stories and in turn more readers learn about beBee. I found beBee by reading Fatima William's post on another social media site. Happy to bee involved.

20/3/2017
Mickael Angelo Yusufidis
10/7/2016 · 70 min read · +400
ON TENURE, THE BIRTH OF SCIENTIFIC PSYCHOLOGY, AND ITS IMPENDING DOOM: “DEATH BY INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY LITIGATION”

ON TENURE, THE BIRTH OF SCIENTIFIC PSYCHOLOGY, AND ITS IMPENDING DOOM: “DEATH BY INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY LITIGATION”

http://neurotree.org/neurotree/tree.php?pid=645974In the 18th-century, serendipitous findings in the field of Astronomy (the details of which shall be omitted for brevity, as they are not the focal point of this essay) led the director of the Royal...

Gerald Hecht

Gerald Hecht

Gert Scholtz yeah...it's taking (changing) shape...the product of two recent trips to my old "stomping grounds" in Philadelphia/South Jersey Shore...to play/sing with Liat, to visit family, old friends, see Paul McCartney and Bob Dylan...and take the kids on a historical tour of the actual birthplace of the American Revolution in Old Towne Philadelphia, and finally to take a little break from the love of senseless murder in Baton Rouge (the name itself refers to a blood smeared stake on a bluff above the Mississippi River planted by adjacent Native American Tribes as a "Turf Boundry Thingie" found by French Explorers...who promptly were relieved of it by Spain...for a while)...anyway during my two excursions...a chicken that had belonged to my great uncle had a position of prominence in a museum...so there are many elements to this story --which I want, nonetheless to use as few words as possible; this is a challenge!

23/7/2016
Gert Scholtz

Gert Scholtz

Gerald Hecht Can't wait to read this one coming up!

23/7/2016
Dj Tixx
25/11/2016 · 1 min read · ~100
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