Yes, they are all deceptions...
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Your nose adapts to odors that are constant, and always seeks new odors (your senses of sight and touch do something similar),Exactly what I was going to say. I typed it all up, but I forgot to post it...
"Noseblindness" is an interesting term for it...
- This can be lethal in the case of Hydrogen Sulfide, which really stinks when you first get exposed. After a short exposure, your nose ignores it, but it is still messing with your body.
See (or smell): https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Olfactory_fatigue
The main difference is sight is more connected the ego and the conscious mind, while the inner vision and intuition is the gateway to the inner self and the unconscious mind.Sounds like a rude version of Professor Trelawny from Harry Potter...
the transport of pharmaceuticals packed in dry ice at -79CTrue. If there is a shortage of ultra-low tempreture storage, they can use dry ice as an alternative, but only for about a few days. I think the "sell by date" for the vaccines at room temperature is a few days(off the top of my head). Those vaccinaters will need to work fast...
Get on to them Alan, they could do with your help.Have you joined yet?
BC is a very selective pussycat. He only bites idiots.Maby, but not on my page please; I do not tolerate belittling/humiliating other people on my pages, even if the claims are true. You can make your own page for that.
Part of going to sleep is unwinding all the background thoughts and worries that you accumulated during the day, right up to the point where you decided to stop. At which point you worry about whether you have switched off everything that should be switched off, put out the dustbin, locked the door, set the alarm, paid the bills....And if you prefer the relaxed, gentler pace of country life, have I closed the chicken coop? locked the gun case? was that a fox barking? where's the dog?.....That's true as well.
Babies eat, sleep and defecate. Any problem with any of that, shout for mum. Then eat, sleep, or defecate.
The problem here is that dark matter doesn't "stick" to ordinary matter. It passes through it even more easily than neutrinos do. So it wouldn't change the weight of your squares. As far as we can tell so far, dark matter only interacts with ordinary matter through gravitational forces (which are practically non-existent on the level of individual particles).HaHa! I knew that was going to happen. Thanks anyways.
I like your spirit, though. You remind me a lot of myself when I was your age. Keep on thinking and studying. You'll find many surprises along the way!
I am not sure about the first/second one, but the last one is interesting. Thanks for trying.Before I go, can I ask that if anyone sees a bit of research, papers, topics, questions and any other things related to my ideas, please can you share them with me, as this would help me?
(analogous to https://wikipedia.org/wiki/Pupillary_light_reflex)
Further reading ... https://wikipedia.org/wiki/Neural_adaptation#Auditory
As an aside, I don't believe the reports of Mpemba's original experiment are correct.Should I make a page for you to talk about it; you look very keen on the subject, but you can't find anyone to debate about it with you(I think).
Worth an investigation and a discussion - folk have argued about this for years!
Happy to help! Once you have explained the rotation of the plane of swing of a long pendulum, have a careful look at a house fly with a magnifying glass. Some insects have four wings, but diptera (house flies) have the second pair reduces to a stalk with a knob on the end, called halteres, that vibrate very fast in flight. AFAIK these provide an artificial horizon or turn rate indication, as in an aircraft.👍