NOS__CR__500.wmv An outstanding example of social conditioning to accept change, even when it is recognized as unwelcome change by the large population group in the sights of Stanford Research Institute, was the "advent" of the BEATLES. The Beatles were brought to the United States as part of a social experiment which would subject large population groups to brainwashing of which they were not even aware. When Tavistock brought the Beatles to the United States nobody could have imagined the cultural disaster that was to follow in their wake. The Beatles were an integral part of "THE AQUARIAN CONSPIRACY," a living organism which sprang From "THE CHANGING IMAGES OF MAN," URH (489)-2150-Policy Research Report No. 4/4/74. Policy Report pre-pared by SRI Center for the study of Social Policy, Director, Professor Willis Harmon. The phenomenon of the Beatles was not a spontaneous rebellion by youth against the old social system. Instead it was a carefully crafted plot to introduce by a conspiratorial body which could not be identified, a highly destructive and divisive element into a large population group targeted for change against its will. New words and new phrases--prepared by Tavistock(1)-- were introduced to America along with the Beatles. Words such as "rock" in relation to music sounds, "***ager," "cool," "discovered" and "pop music" were a lexicon of disguised code words signifying the acceptance of drugs and arrived with and accompanied the Beatles wherever they went, to be ...
Dr Robert Beck Protocol 9of10 Dr. Sherry Rogers believes man has neglected one fundamental biological rule - to check and see if the organism is adapting to its new environment. She contends we are the first generation to be exposed to such an unprecedented number of chemicals. The work of detoxifying this intensive chemical exposure causes serious deficiencies. This maladaptation due to inability to adequately detoxify the body has resulted in chronic disease. But Dr. Rogers points out that disease is not a drug deficiency. The common goal of her current research projects is to help people adapt naturally in lifestyle changes and reverse chronic disease.
4. Neutral Evolution: Genetic Drift Principles of Evolution, Ecology and Behavior (EEB 122) Neutral evolution occurs when genes do not experience natural selection because they have no effect on reproductive success. Neutrality arises when mutations in an organism's genotype cause no change in its phenotype, or when changes in the genotype bring about changes in the phenotype that do not affect reproductive success. Because neutral genes do not change in any particular direction over time and simply "drift," thanks in part to the randomness of meiosis, they can be used as a sort of molecular clock to determine common ancestors or places in the phylogenetic tree of life. 00:00 - Chapter 1. Introduction 04:56 - Chapter 2. Genes and Amino Acid Changes Not Reflected in Phenotypes 14:29 - Chapter 3. Neutral Evolution in the History of Life 20:38 - Chapter 4. Mechanisms of Neutral or Random Evolution 35:28 - Chapter 5. The Molecular Clock of Neutral Evolution Complete course materials are available at the Open Yale Courses website: open.yale.edu This course was recorded in Spring 2009.
Narcissism as Theatre: More on the False Self Everything You Need to Know about Narcissists, Psychopaths, and Abuse - click on this link: www.narcissistic- The narcissist is an actor in a monodrama, yet he is forced to remain behind the scenes. The scenes take centre stage, instead. The narcissist's True Self is introverted and dysfunctional. In healthy people, Ego functions are generated from the inside, from the Ego. In narcissists, the Ego is dormant, comatose. The narcissist needs the input of the outside world to perform the most basic Ego functions (eg, "recognition" of the world, setting boundaries, differentiation, self-esteem and regulation of a sense of self-worth). Only the False Self gets in touch with the world. The True Self is isolated, repressed, unconscious, a shadow of its former self. Forcing the narcissist's False Self to acknowledge and interact with his True Self is not only difficult but may also be counterproductive and dangerously destabilising. The narcissist's disorder is adaptive and functional, though rigid. The alternative to this (mal)adaptation would have been self-destructive (suicidal). This bottled up, self-directed venom is bound to resurface if the narcissist's various personality structures are coerced into making contact. (From thebook "Malignant Self-love: Narcissism Revisited" by Sam Vaknin - Click on this link to purchase the print book, or 16 e-books, or 2 DVDs with 12 hours of video lectures on narcissists, psychopaths, and abuse in relationships: www.narcissistic ...
WHITE LIES colonization kills READ THIS : Iceman Inheritance : Prehistoric Sources of Western Man's Racism, ***ism and Aggression (Paperback) Bradley offers a persuasive argument that the white race, the Neanderthal-Caucasoids, are more aggressive than others because of ancient maladaptation. A compassionate examination on how caucasoid males are indeed intimidated and how their primitive and primeval ways of thinking are just their animal ways there are not into the level of others they have no histories of their own so they have to take ours.
Marilyn Mach Vos Savant - Feb. 1986 Air date Marilyn Mach Vos Savant. Marilyn vos Savant is a national columnist and author. She is an executive at Jarvik Heart, Inc., which manufactures artificial hearts for permanent and temporary use in the treatment of heart failure. The company can be visited at . Marilyn was listed in the Guinness Book of World Records for five years under "Highest IQ" for both childhood and adult scores. She has since been inducted into the *Guinness Hall of Fame*. Marilyn was named by Toastmasters International as the #1 most popular communicator/speaker in the educational and social category. She was named one of fifty Women of the New Millennium by the White House Vital Voices: Women in Democracy campaign. She was a winner of a Women Making History award from the National Womens History Museum. Marilyn is the recipient of honorary Doctorates of Letters. Since 1986, Marilyn has been writing the "Ask Marilyn" question-and-answer column for Parade, the Sunday magazine distributed by 379 newspapers, with a circulation of 34 million and a readership of 79 million, the largest periodical in the world. Questions from readers range from philosophical to mathematical to "just plain nuts," as Marilyn puts it. Her most recent books are Growing Up: A Classic American Childhood and The Art of Spelling, both published by WW Norton. Marilyn was born in St. Louis, Missouri, the daughter of Mary vos Savant and Joseph Mach. She was the granddaughter of Mary Savant and Joseph vos Savant ...
Exercise risk in eating disorders This video describes the risks of over-exercise for people with eating disorders; especially low weight anorexia nervosa. These risks are mainly physical/physiological and develop because the body is unable to adapt favourably to exercise stress. Instead, it maladapts and the person gets sick. Death from over-exercise can occur. The video also describes some of the thoughts and feelings common to people who abuse exercise, either with or without an eating disorder. I produced this as a former exercise addict with anorexia nervosa, and also as a biomedical scientist who studies the body's responses and adaptations (including maladaptations) to exercise.
Neil Adger on: ""Four Reasons for Concern About Adaptation to Climate Change" 1. contractions and uncertainties in the window of opportunity for adaptation; 2. The difference between adaptive capacity and adaptive action; 3. The risk of maladaptation; 4. Misguided measures of loss.
Vocal Fold Cyst with Supraglottic Squeeze This video shows a left vocal fold cyst with significant supraglottic constriction. Secondary maladaptation causes muscle tension and worsening of ongoing hoarseness.
32. Economic Decisions for the Foraging Individual Principles of Evolution, Ecology and Behavior (EEB 122) There are several ways to examine the behaviors of organisms when they forage or hunt for food or mates. These behaviors become more complex in higher organisms, such as primates and whales, which can hunt in groups. Foragers and hunters have been shown to examine the marginal cost and marginal benefit of continuing an action and then adjust their behaviors accordingly. They are also able to handle risk by hoarding resources. 00:00 - Chapter 1. Introduction 05:30 - Chapter 2. The Marginal Value Theorem 12:05 - Chapter 3. Inferring the Fitness Measure Used by Foragers 14:18 - Chapter 4. Dealing with Risk 16:58 - Chapter 5. How Predators Shape Crypsis and Conspicuousness 28:09 - Chapter 6. Hunting in a Group 45:28 - Chapter 7. Conclusion Complete course materials are available at the Open Yale Courses website: open.yale.edu This course was recorded in Spring 2009.