Category Archives: cycles-Synchrony

Cycles – synchrony: refers to Dewey’s and Hurst’s observations relating to cycles of same or harmonically related periods being synchronized.

The Historical Process – Cycles of War

(originally posted 17/05/07 on Wobbly Universe blog by Ray Tomes) In the early 1900s, Alexander Chizhevsky (sometimes spelled Tchijevsky or various other ways) made very comprehensive investigations in historical processes, especially wars, to try and determine the causes of the … Continue reading

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Shifting Sun-Earth-Moon Harmonies, Beats, & Biases

A recent post to”Watt’s Up With That?” concerns Shifting Sun-Earth-Moon Harmonies, Beats, & Biases, in particular as regards affects on Earth dynamics and climate. That link is just a brief overview of the graphics. The PDF paper is more detailed, … Continue reading

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You Are Controlled By Circadian ‘Believe It or Not’

Creative Health Blog Health Education At Creative Health Institute It is now known that the molecular circadian clock can function within a single cell. At the same time, different cells may communicate with each other resulting in a synchronised output … Continue reading

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Why sisters and friends share simultaneous menstrual cycles

Helium.com

by Megan Stoddard
October 1, 2010

If women spend a lot of time together, are emotionally close, or both, they are likely to find themselves sharing simultaneous menstrual cycles. If they did not have simultaneous menstrual cycles in the beginning, they will after a few months. Each woman’s cycle will move by a few days until they are getting their periods within, at most, three or four days of each other. Continue reading

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Circadian clockwork takes unexpected turns

One group of neurons follow a different pattern than others that guide the brain’s master clock

Science News
By Tina Hesman Saey
Web edition : Thursday, October 8th, 2009

Cells in the suprachiasmatic nuclei, a tiny group of neurons in the hypothalamus, serve as a master clock to regulate the body’s circadian rhythms — daily fluctuations in hormone release, body temperature, blood pressure and other processes — and help set meal and bed times. The cells follow a predictable daily pattern, firing electrical signals faster during the day and quieting at night. Or so scientists thought.
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The constant oscillation of life

Ethipolanet.com Wednesday, November 11, 2009 On a cosmic scale, most bodies oscillate. Stars and planets rotate (which is a kind of oscillation). Observing the spots on the sun some 400 years ago, Galileo first made the discovery that our star … Continue reading

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Choir to sing the ‘code of life’

Members of the 40-strong choir are all participants in a scientific study.

Each of them has had his or her DNA decoded in order to see what it is genetically that distinguishes great singers from the rest of us.

That science is yet to be published; but in the meantime, almost as a spin off, Michael Zev Gordon has turned a simple idea into a beautiful work of art through his imaginative arrangement and use of rhythm. Continue reading

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