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[BlueDanube] VD - Mil e uma Utilidades..bjussss!


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[BlueDanube] Fascinating Information about the Human Brain


 

 

The human brain is the single most complex thing in the known universe. Even in this time of medical wonders, we still have not been able to uncover the full secrets of this incredible organ. However, we do know some things about the most important organ in the body, and here are some interesting ones you should definitely know about:

 
1. The belief that humans only use 10% of their brains is incorrect. Each part of the brain has a specific function and the average person uses all the various parts of the brain.

2. Have you ever had such a headache it felt like your brain is going to explode? That's not actually your brain hurting, because the brain has no pain receptors at all. Mother nature assumes you don't need it because it's never exposed (thankfully) and is usually protected by our thick skull.

3.You must think that your buttocks are the fattiest part of the body, but it is in fact the brain with the most fat % in the body, about 60% of it is fat. 

4. The brain has a texture similar to tofu, and enough liquid to fill a 2 liter (half a gallon) tank.

5. Thought creates 'pathways' that connect different parts of the brain. The more we repeat a thought, the more that pathway will become more central, wide and stable. That is why it is important not to think over and over about negative things, because they become permanent, and strong, pathways in your mind, and the chances are will force themselves on you more and more.

6. We think about 70,000 thoughts a day. A large part of these are 'automatic' thoughts that we repeat a lot, using our most 'established' thought pathways.

7. Most people dream about 4-7 dreams a night. 50% of those dreams are forgotten in the first minutes after waking. And the one we remember is usually one we were either just dreaming or a mix of all the dreams we had put together. No wonder they always seem so confusing.

8. Sleep is usually the time the brain uses to organize and put together the memories is accumulated throughout the day. And so, in many cases, before making big decisions it's better to 'sleep on it'.

9. The messages between the various brain cells (neurons) are passed in the form of weak electrical pulses. The brain creates 23 watt of electricity while awake, enough to light a lightbulb. 
 
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An image of a neuron
 
10. While we laugh, about 5 areas lit up in the brain simultaneously. So it's no laughing matter, laughing.

11. The reason tickling makes us laugh is that the brain becomes 'surprised' by this kind of touch, which is first interpreted as a threat. The uncontrollable laughter is actually a panic response by the body. That is why it's not possible to tickle ourselves.
 
12. The human brain has more 'wrinkles' and crevices than those of other animals. In this way, the brain gets more surface space, while staying at around the same size, and it is part of the reason for our increased intelligence. 

13. Brain cells, or neurons, are not only found in the brain, but exist everywhere in the body the brain needs to send orders to, and all of them are connected to the brain.

14. Some archaeological findings think that our cranium has gotten smaller over the ages, but that doesn't mean our brain has become less powerful, only more efficient (see #12).

 
15. The brain alone uses 20% of all the oxygen we breathe and over 25% of the sugar we consume. Meaning, deep thoughts might cost the body resources just like sports can. Who said chess players are not athletes too?

16. The female and male sexual hormones cause a different brain to develop. Studies have found siginificant difference in the brain functions of male and female during social situations, decision making, pressure situations and more.

17. The brain isn't fully developed until the teen years are over. Multitasking, showing empathy and good decision making are some of the skills that develop a little later. This, we're sure you'll agree - explains A LOT.

18. The brain is constantly changing. Damage to one part of it may cause that part to change to a different location in the brain, especially if you are a baby or a child. Beyond that, every thought, experience or skill we encounter and learn changes the structure of our brain.

19. Memories aren't built in a linear progression. We only remember 'pictures' or moments, and we put together a story from them ourselves. That is why it's tricky to trust your memory, because you may have done some 'editing' without knowing it.

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[BlueDanube] You might like this


 

 12 Ink and Money Saving Tips.

It's a well known joke in my family that we used to spend more money on ink cartridges, than we did on the actual printer we got some time ago. The sad truth is that these little boxes cost a lot of money, and tend to run dry faster than you expect. But I have learned over the years that this isn't how things have to be. By following these tips on the right way to use your printer you can save a lot of ink and money by using your printer in a smart way.

1) Be careful of cheap printers.

There are a lot of cheap printers on the market today, form both known brands and knock-offs. It's important to be careful when buying them as the companies selling them might be looking to make their profit off of the ink cartriges rather than the printer itself. When buying a printer you should always look at the prices of the ink cartridges and their "life-span".

2) Use the right font.

A few years ago, several American students shocked the world by showing that if their government switched to a thinner font, it could save about 400 million dollars a year. While you won't be able to save that kind of money yourself, using a simple and thin font (like Garamond) can improve your ink usage by about 20%.

3) Use the low quality setting.

Unless you are printing photos or really small items, there is no need to print in the higher printer settings. You can change this in the print setting after you send a document to the printer, usually under "print properties" or something similar. And unless you really have to use color, printing in black and white is recommended.

4) Use recycled cartridges.

Many shops today offer none-original ink in a recycled packs, and some even offer refills if you bring your own empty cartridges. Printer companies claim this might harm your printer, but there is no clear evidence to support that.

5) Try using a refill kit at home.

Some ink cartridges can be refilled with a simple kit you can use at home and it's often very cheap to buy at stores. The big downside of this is the potential mess it might create and the work you will need to do each time you use it. However, if these things don't bother you, it's a pretty cheap way to do things.

6) Keep printing.

Just like your car tells you it is out of gas even before the tank is empty, your printer will tell you it is out of ink even when there is still some left. This means that you can keep on printing, even with a low ink warming. It just means the writing might be a little more gray. It might also help if you just take out the cartridge and put it back in.

7) Save paper.

Printing paper can be just as expansive as ink and you can save a lot of money by printing on both sides of each page. Most modern printers have an automatic option to do so, you just need to turn it on. Take a look at the printer manual to see how it is done.

8) Save room when printing presentations.

If you are printing a PowerPoint presentation, you can put about 4 slides in a page and still read them with ease. This will save you both ink and paper. To do so, just look into the print menu on PowerPoint and change the settings to your liking.

9) Don't print the test paper.

Many printers do a test printing when you turn them on with no real reason. Look at the printer manual to find out how to disable this and only use your ink and paper on what you really need.

10) Print something once a week.

If you don't use your printer for a long time the ink in the bottom of the cartridge can dry out and then the whole cartridge becomes useless. To prevent this just print out a single line of text once a week. I use a the same sheet of paper for this every time, with each print just one line under the old one.

11) Wait before turning off your printer.

After a printing is done the cartridge is returned to a protected and closed part of the printer. If you force it to shut down before it can do that, you risk the ink drying up and maybe even leaking.

12) Only print the final version.

There is no bigger waste than printing something only to discover an error and then having to print it again. It is important to double-check spelling and page layout before you print a document to make sure you won't need to do it again

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[BlueDanube] It's wintertime. Relax!!!


 



It's wintertime. Relax!!!

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[BlueDanube] How Wolves Change Rivers


 




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[BlueDanube] Animated Jigsaw "springs-Carmen"


 
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domingo, 27 de julho de 2014

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