Interview of Edgar Mitchell, Shannon Panzo, and Michael Dukakis

Announcement: Interview of Edgar Mitchell, Shannon Panzo, and Michael Dukakis Apologies… I wanted to make sure everything was in place first. That is why the short notice. I will be interviewed on the Internet and would like you to be there. 3 people will be interviewed during this show: Edgar Mitchell, PhD of Noetic Science Shannon Panzo, PhD of ZOX

Read more

Brain Facts #10 – NEWS: ‘Fear of Flying’ Phobia Update

Fear of Flying (Sorry, We were taking a picture of an airplane, but it flew behind the Eiffel Tower.) FYI: Aviophobia or Aviatophobia – The fear of flying   A phobia can be based upon rational and irrational fear. A classic case of a phobia that has intrinsic value for each side is the Fear of Flying. Logically, it is

Read more

Brain Facts #9 – Your Attention Please – Concentrate

Albert Einstein

Concentrate Attention to Detail Most adults have an attention span of about 20 minutes, but can concentrate longer on really interesting topics. Children’s attention spans usually approximate their ages – which means that your six-year-old can only focus on one thing for about six minutes. Therefore, anything you can do to increase your ability to concentrate will have a direct

Read more

Brain Facts #7 – Your Brain Never Sleeps

Restless Brain Even while you’re snoozing, your brain constantly transmits information through motor circuits that send information to your muscles and glands, while receiving information from sensory circuits located throughout your body. It is only when your brain ceases to send these signals that you really have something to worry about. Looking for a good night of sleep? Shannon’s Sleep

Read more

Brain Fact #6: Many Ancient Philosophers got it Wrong. It’s All in Your Head

It is all in your head   OLD NEWS   Ancient Philosophers get it Wrong Until the 17th century, it was commonly believed that the heart was the source of human consciousness. A philosopher named Thomas Willis was among the first to recognize the immense powers that the brain possesses. Finally, you can take advantage of this new-found knowledge, and

Read more

Brain Fact #4: Underweight People Risk Brain Shutdown

Your brain controls all types of things happening around your body that are essential for sustaining good health; like your heart pumping blood, breathing, and making sure your bodily functions are doing what they should and should NOT be doing, like cardiac arrhythmia.

Read more

Brain Facts #2 – A Good Night’s Sleep

Sleep is essential for your brain. Sleep deprivation can lead to “microsleep,” when the brain “shuts off” for a few seconds at a time. An impaired person might lose track of a conversation or task. It is very dangerous if you microsleep while dirving your car.

Read more