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Rhythm is Slow Chords

In the early 1990s I had mentioned that the key that music is played in and the tempo might well be related because tempo can be thought of as a very slow note. To understand this, Let us for simplicity … Continue reading

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Anirban Bandyopadhyay on Biological Rhythms

In July 2014 I was contacted by Anirban Bandyopadhyay and we had a chat on skype. He told me that he had found my web site late one evening and that he had then spent 18 hours without food or … Continue reading

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Lunar cycles and Golden Ratios: exposing the weird world of chartism

City Wire Wealth Watch United Kingdom by David Campbell on Jun 03, 2011 The constituent parts read like a discarded plot line from The Da Vinci Code: the ancient Greek mathematical principle of the Golden Ratio, elements of chaos theory … Continue reading

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Circadian rhythm chaos: a new breast cancer marker.

PubMed.gov Int J Fertil Womens Med. 2001 Sep-Oct;46(5):238-47. Keith LG, Oleszczuk JJ, Laguens M. Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Northwestern University Medical School, Chicago, Illinois, USA. Abstract The most disappointing aspect of breast cancer treatment as a public health issue … 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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Get Some Sleep: When shift work disrupts your rest

CNN Health November 23, 2010 An estimated 20 percent of the American workforce does some type of shift work. This doesn’t have to mean working the graveyard shift.  It can mean any work done between 7 p.m. and 7 a.m. … Continue reading

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Tick Tock: Rods Help Set Internal Clocks, Johns Hopkins Biologist Says

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BALTIMORE, Sept. 16 (AScribe Newswire) — We run our modern lives largely by the clock, from the alarms that startle us out of our slumbers and herald each new workday to the watches and clocks that remind us when it’s time for meals, after-school pick-up and the like.

In addition to those ubiquitous timekeepers, though, we have internal “clocks” that are part of our biological machinery and which help set our circadian rhythms, regulating everything from our sleep-wake cycles to our appetites and hormone levels. Light coming into our brains via our eyes set those clocks, though no one is sure exactly how this happens. Continue reading

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