Summary Of Max Lugavere S Genius Foods By Milkyway Media

Autor: Milkyway Media
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Genius Foods: Become Smarter, Happier, and More Productive While Protecting Your Brain for Life (2018) by Max Lugavere with Paul Grewal is a self-help book that teaches readers how to maximize brain health. Taking simple but important steps like eating nutritious food and getting a good night’s sleep, individuals can boost brain power and improve overall health in as little as two weeks… Purchase this in-depth summary to learn more.

Analysis Of Max Lugavere S Genius Foods By Milkyway Media

Autor: Milkyway Media
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Genius Foods: Become Smarter, Happier, and More Productive While Protecting Your Brain for Life (2018) by Max Lugavere with Paul Grewal is a self-help book that teaches readers how to maximize brain health. Taking simple but important steps like eating nutritious food and getting a good night's sleep, individuals can boost brain power and improve overall health in as little as two weeks...Purchase this in-depth analysis to learn more.

Food Rules

Autor: Catherine Shanahan
Publisher: Createspace Independent Pub
ISBN: 9781452861388
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Good health doesn't have to be so complicated. The best diet for serious athletes is also the best diet for weight loss, heart health, cancer prevention, and just about everything else. In the spirit of those chefs, journalists, and food writers who have brought a spotlight to the importance of eating well, knowing source, and respecting traditions, Dr. Shanahan adds to this growing food revolution the voice of an experienced physician and scientist. Full of straightforward and memorable advice, Dr. Shanahan's Food Rules offers key details that even her most health-conscious patients had been missing-the details that may save your health.

How Your Brain Works

Autor: Carol Ballard
Publisher: Gareth Stevens Pub Learning library
ISBN: 9781433941030
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Looks at what the brain is made of, how it works to control the body with the help of the nervous system, how it creates emotions, how it forms memories, and ways of keeping it healthy.

The Aging Gap Between Species

Autor: Anca Ioviţă
Publisher: Anca Ioviţă
ISBN: 8822878795
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Aging is a puzzle to solve. This process is traditionally studied in a couple of biological models like fruit flies, worms and mice. What all these species have in common is their fast aging. This is excellent for lab budgets. It is a great short-term strategy. Who has time to study species that live for decades? But lifespan differences among species are magnitudes of order larger than any lifespan variation achieved in the lab. This is the reason for which I studied countless information resources in an attempt to gather highly specialized research into one easy-to-follow book. I wanted to see the forest among the trees. I wanted to expose the aging gap between species in an easy-to-follow and logical sequence. This book is my attempt at doing just that. What are the mechanisms underlying the aging gap between species? I intentionally chose to write the answer to this question in plain English. Aging research is too important to hide it behind the closed doors of formal scientific jargon. This book could not have existed if green tea, libraries and the Internet were not invented. The amount of data I had to browse in order to keep the essential patterns is huge. Yet this book is not exhaustive. This is not a dry academic textbook. I tried to instill life in a topic that is hugely important for the extension of human lifespan. Only you can decide if I achieved this. ********* TABLE OF CONTENTS *********** Finding the Forest Among the Trees Being Reliable Counts The Mathematics of Aging The Speed of Senescence Case Study: Aging in Fish How to Estimate Chronological Age Taking Life Slowly On Temperature and Aging Dormancy The Housekeeping Problem Case Study: Aging in Turtles Intracellular Junk Case Study: Aging in Crustaceans Extracellular Junk Case Study: Protein Quality Control The Sweet Poison Are Cell Membranes the Pacemakers of Metabolism? Could Reproduction Set up the Pacemaker of Senescence? The Segregation of Somatic and Germ Cells Clonal Senescence Versus Mechanical Senescence Same Species, Different Lifespans Case Study: Eusocial Species Case Study: Parasite/Free-Living Populations Case Study: Island Versus Inland Populations Hormones as Pacemakers of Senescence Case Study: Low Hormone Levels in Long-lived Rodents Is Aging a Form of Dehydration? The Immune Pacemaker of Senescence Innate Versus Adaptive Immunity Senescent Cells Case Study: Thymic Involution in Negligible Senescence Species Reverse Engineering the Body Case Study: Why Are Sponges Potentially Immortal? Modular Growth and Aging Case Study: Youth Is Forever Gone. Unless You Are a Hydra. Or an Immortal Jellyfish Down The Neoteny Lane Case Study: Neoteny in Amphibians Case Study: Neoteny in Mammals It's All About Neoteny Does Aging Start When Growth Stops? Case Study: Indeterminate Growth in Crustaceans The Rate of Growth Case Study: Aging in Bivalves Is Telomerase The New Fountain of Youth? Case Study: Same Species, Different Telomerase Expression Telomerase Gene Therapy Case Study: Sea Urchins Perennial Plants and Their Regenerating Roots Case Study: The Bristlecone Pine Unitary Versus Colonial Organisms Cancer The Paradox of Peto Case Study: Cancer in Long-Lived Species The End Acknowledgments Bibliography

Broken Time Blues

Autor: Jaym Gates
Publisher: EDGE Science Fiction and Fantasy Publishing
ISBN: 1770530177
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Sandwiched between the horrors of the two Great Wars, the 1920s stand out as a glittering, transformative spectacle in history. Spurred by World War I, waves of immigration, innovation, and cultural change surged through America and the rest of the world. Not for nothing does that era bear the names the Roaring 20s, the Golden Twenties, and the Jazz Age. It was brief, glitzy, seedy, and marked by competing tensions; perhaps destined to crash in spectacular fashion. For fictional purposes, the grit and glamour of the decade combine into the headiest of potions. Flappers and jazz stars; ugly racial inequalities; veterans in hidden gin joints drowning their sorrows with cheap alcohol brought from the mountains by men with fast cars and faster tongues. Broken Time Blues captures the raging spirit of the times, both light and dark, and adds a twist of fantasy and science fiction. Come on a ride with us, through the speakeasies and the mountain stills. Grab a drink and read stories about things that might have been, or maybe were. Illustrated by Galen Dara and Evan Jensen. Stories and Contributors: The Sharing by James L. Sutter Chickadee by Frank Ard Semele’s Daughter by John Nakamura Remy The Automatic City By Morgan Dempsey Button Up Your Overcoat by Barbara Krasnoff Nor the Moonlight by Andrew Penn Romine Jack and the Wise Birds by Lucia Starkey Madonna and Child, In Jade by Amanda C. Davis Der Graue Engel by Jack Graham The Purloined Ledger by Ari Marmell Fight Night by Ryan McFadden A Drink for Teddy Ford by Robert Jackson Bennett

Protoplanetary Dust

Autor: Dániel Apai
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 0521517729
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The first comprehensive overview of planet formation for students and researchers in astronomy, cosmochemistry, laboratory astrophysics and planetary sciences.

Computing Nature

Autor: Gordana Dodig-Crnkovic
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 3642372252
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This book is about nature considered as the totality of physical existence, the universe, and our present day attempts to understand it. If we see the universe as a network of networks of computational processes at many different levels of organization, what can we learn about physics, biology, cognition, social systems, and ecology expressed through interacting networks of elementary particles, atoms, molecules, cells, (and especially neurons when it comes to understanding of cognition and intelligence), organs, organisms and their ecologies? Regarding our computational models of natural phenomena Feynman famously wondered: “Why should it take an infinite amount of logic to figure out what one tiny piece of space/time is going to do?” Phenomena themselves occur so quickly and automatically in nature. Can we learn how to harness nature’s computational power as we harness its energy and materials? This volume includes a selection of contributions from the Symposium on Natural Computing/Unconventional Computing and Its Philosophical Significance, organized during the AISB/IACAP World Congress 2012, held in Birmingham, UK, on July 2-6, on the occasion of the centenary of Alan Turing’s birth. In this book, leading researchers investigated questions of computing nature by exploring various facets of computation as we find it in nature: relationships between different levels of computation, cognition with learning and intelligence, mathematical background, relationships to classical Turing computation and Turing’s ideas about computing nature - unorganized machines and morphogenesis. It addresses questions of information, representation and computation, interaction as communication, concurrency and agent models; in short this book presents natural computing and unconventional computing as extension of the idea of computation as symbol manipulation.

Hypernumbers And Extrafunctions

Autor: Mark Burgin
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 1441998756
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“Hypernumbers and Extrafunctions” presents a rigorous mathematical approach to operate with infinite values. First, concepts of real and complex numbers are expanded to include a new universe of numbers called hypernumbers which includes infinite quantities. This brief extends classical calculus based on real functions by introducing extrafunctions, which generalize not only the concept of a conventional function but also the concept of a distribution. Extrafucntions have been also efficiently used for a rigorous mathematical definition of the Feynman path integral, as well as for solving some problems in probability theory, which is also important for contemporary physics. This book introduces a new theory that includes the theory of distributions as a subtheory, providing more powerful tools for mathematics and its applications. Specifically, it makes it possible to solve PDE for which it is proved that they do not have solutions in distributions. Also illustrated in this text is how this new theory allows the differentiation and integration of any real function. This text can be used for enhancing traditional courses of calculus for undergraduates, as well as for teaching a separate course for graduate students.