Because of this prevalence of natural fractals, the human brain has evolved to respond favorably to fractals, and to do so in the blink of an eye. The human brain only needs 50 milliseconds to detect the presence of fractals.
“As soon as we look at nature, it triggers a cascade of automatic responses,” Taylor explained. “Even before we’ve noticed what we’re looking at, we’re responding to it.”
And the response is a positive one. Humans experience less stress and better well-being when looking at nature, and this is driven by fractals. Taylor’s research has found that fractals can reduce stress and mental fatigue for the observer by as much as 60 percent.
…“At our biological core is the desire to feel relaxed; it’s an essential need as a human,” Taylor said. “We can derive so many benefits from the stress-reducing quality of nature and we can measurably increase people’s well-being by reintroducing nature to design and architecture.”link
This is an interesting insight and may also be why some creative people prefer a messy-looking way of organizing their things. Nature is also very complex and can appear very different from different angles. Nature also stimulates basic sensory instincts. ABN
There are higher powers and there are lower powers. The world we see manifest today reveals many lower powers. This page has more “artwork” of this nature. We do need to see representations of the slaughter of innocents from time to time to remind us that reason often does not rule. Nor that random chaos or glitches in the human system are the cause. There are higher powers and there are lower powers. ABN
This is very good and fun to watch. ABN
He had no difficulty in disposing of the fallacy, and he was in no danger of succumbing to it. He realized, nevertheless, that it ought never to have occurred to him. The mind should develop a blind spot whenever a dangerous thought presented itself. The process should be automatic, instinctive. Crimestop, they called it in Newspeak.
He set to work to exercise himself in crimestop. He presented himself with propositions — ‘the Party says the earth is flat’, ‘the party says that ice is heavier than water’ — and trained himself in not seeing or not understanding the arguments that contradicted them. It was not easy. It needed great powers of reasoning and improvisation. The arithmetical problems raised, for instance, by such a statement as ‘two and two make five’ were beyond his intellectual grasp. It needed also a sort of athleticism of mind, an ability at one moment to make the most delicate use of logic and at the next to be unconscious of the crudest logical errors. Stupidity was as necessary as intelligence, and as difficult to attain.-George Orwell, 1984
“Though the vax has never been tested over the long-term, we know it will be safe and effective.”
“Yes, it is true the vax does not stop transmission, but today a vaccine is defined as: A preparation that is used to stimulate the body’s immune response against diseases.“
“Yes, it does not do that either but your chances of dying from the disease are less if you have been vaxxed.”
“No, we cannot reveal the data showing that your chances of dying are less because it cannot be untangled from vax deaths data.”
“Yes, it is true that hospitals received extra payment for covid deaths, but we know they would never fudge death certificates for that reason. Nor would they fudge them to hide vax deaths.”
In a new experiment, people who drifted into a light sleep were better problem solvers later.
Scientists shared those findings December 8 in Science Advances. The results help demystify the fleeting early moments of sleep. They may even point out ways to boost creativity.link
Betty White’s cause of death has been revealed after the Hollywood legend passed away a few weeks before her 100th birthday.
“People are saying her death was related to getting a booster shot three days earlier but that is not true,” Witjas said. “She died of natural causes. Her death should not be politicized — that is not the life she lived.”link