Spinning the spiral: math and hallucinations

Spinning the spiral: math and hallucinations 3r33333. 3r3-31. When trying to imagine the hallucinations caused by narcotic substances, immediately twisted, spiral psychedelic forms resembling come to mind. tunnel vision . But such geometric structures can cause more than hallucinatory drugs like LSD, cannabis, or mescaline . People talked about the occurrence of such visions at the time when they were dying, during such painful conditions as epilepsy and schizophrenia, as a result of r3r36. sensory deprivation
, or even after simply pressing on the eyeballs. Such geometric hallucinations are so common that over the past century ...
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Low Level Brainfuck. Continuing

Low Level Brainfuck. Continuing Movement I 3r33635.  3r3644. Movement II 3r33635.  3r3644. Part III 3r33635.  3r3644. 3r33635.  3r3644. We write brainfuck on TurboAssembler'e. 3r33635.  3r3644. 3r33635.  3r3644. Add the output of the array. data_arr ("Tape" Turing machines) on the screen. 3r33635.  3r3644. We write a program that displays the elements of an arbitrary array by means of the function 09h of the interrupt 21h. 3r33635.  3r3644.
3r33510. .model tiny; ascii-decoder.asm
jumps
.data
data_arr DB ?????????????? '$'; data 3r3644. 3r3644. .code 3r3644. ORG 100h
start:
; Prepare all the necessary r3r3644...
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Psychotherapy. Mars in the house of Saturn and intracerebral injections of homeopathic psilocybin

Psychotherapy. Mars in the house of Saturn and intracerebral injections of homeopathic psilocybin 3r33333.  
I usually start each of my articles with this Warning:
 
3r33333. This article was not written by a qualified psychiatrist, but by a patient with severe pathology. 3r3302. 3r33333.  
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Reminder: ADHD, especially in such a strongly pronounced form, aggravates many cognitive distortions. In patients like me, the Dunning-Kruger effect is prominent. The carelessness that passes all boundaries compromises the facts and sources of information, and reduced intelligence, with complete disregard for significant details, calls into question conclusions and generalizations. 3r3302. 3r33333...
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Sans Forgetica: a font that allows you to memorize a little

Sans Forgetica: a font that allows you to memorize a littlea little better.   Nowadays a huge stream of information passes through a single person every day. Nobody is able to remember everything, but still if the memory is good, and the brain works well, then something in my head still remains. But this is often less than the amount of information that people would like to remember. In pursuit of improved brain function, many of us are ready for almost everything, including the use of nootropics.  In 201? the Fields of Darkness film appeared on the cinema screens, partly reflecting the cherished dream of many - to improve your memory and speed up the thought process...
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Developer 20 years later: Vasily Lebedev about ICRE, education, his book and programming

 3r33400. 3r3-31. Developer 20 years later: Vasily Lebedev about ICRE, education, his book and programming CRAFT
and the book of the same name tells how to create working ideas. But in order to understand why they turned out exactly such, I had to rewind everything to the very beginning. Edward de Bono , we will see that you need to create a lot of provocative ideas and create provocative contexts so that there are a lot of “members” in your brain, from which you can then “ground” ideas to fully realizable solutions. 3r33333.  3r33400. 3r33333.  3r33400. What is a creative process? He shows you how you can transfer data in your head step by step. If you put it in the language of IT...
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How does it work, and does speaking psychotherapy in general work

Hello, Habr!
 
 
The past my articles were mainly devoted to pharmacology, but this is not really my theme, I'm still a clinical psychologist (recently), so today we will talk about conversational therapy in all its manifestations.
 
 
How does it work, and does speaking psychotherapy in general work  
 
tl; dr : in a long and tedious article, the question of the effectiveness of psychotherapy is considered (
? yes, it is effective, within its limits of applicability, of course [/i] ), and also reflections on how this effectiveness is achieved (by implementing morphological and metabolic changes at the expense of neural plasticity of the brain [/i] ...
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Computer vision and philosophy

Computer vision and philosophyScience and philosophy in principle describe the process of visual perception of a person in different ways.
 
Science: Information processes in living and non-living systems proceed in a uniform manner.
 
The founder of cybernetics Norbert Wiener believed that the processes of information processing in living and nonliving systems proceed in a uniform manner. Therefore, he called the book on cybernetics created by him a new science - cybernetics, or control and communication in an animal and a machine (1948)
 

Similarly, the creators of the first artificial neural network, J. McCulloch ...

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How the brain feels the time

How the brain feels the time Researchers from the Norwegian Institute of System Neurosciences. Kavli (Kavli Institute for Systems Neuroscience) discovered a network of brain cells that determine our sense of time in experiences and memories.
 
 
"This network provides time stamps for events and monitors the order of events in the experience", says Professor Edvard Moser, Nobel laureate and director of the Kavli Institute, which is located at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (Norwegian University of Science and Technology , NTNU). The area of ​​the brain that feels time is located in close proximity to ...
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Scientists have found a site of the human brain, responsible for the pitch of our speech

In June, a team of scientists from the University of California in San Francisco published a study , which sheds light on how people change the pitch in their speech.
 
 
The results of this research can be useful in creating synthesizers of naturally sounding speech - with emotions and various intonations.
 
 
About the study - in our today's article.
 
 
Scientists have found a site of the human brain, responsible for the pitch of our speech

 
Photo Florian Koppe / CC
 
 

How did the study


 
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As gross humanoid robots can fool you

As gross humanoid robots can fool you  
 
This tiny humanoid robot is called the mecanoid[Meccanoid], and he's just a scoundrel. The test person without a back thought asks the robot: if you wanted to make friends with someone, what would you like them to know about you? "What bores me," says the Meccanoid.
 
 
Okay, let's start again. The new participant of the experiment asks Mekanoid the same question, only now the robot has been programmed for politeness. What would this robot want his friend to know? "I like him very much," says Meccanoid. It's much better.
 
 
Researchers from France subject experienced people to the influence of rough and polite ...[/Meccanoid]
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