Posts Tagged ‘radio’

I am Not a Piece of Paper

June 10, 2008

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We have John Harris with us from the website tpuc.org “The People’s United Community”. John recently gave an interesting talk titled “It’s an illusion” on the topics of Law, Legalese, Common Law, Birthright Law, Corporate Law and much more. We’ve invited him to talk about his research, his thoughts and opinions. We begin to discuss 9/11, 7/7 and John’s “wake up” process. We move on to discuss: Law, Law Changes After 9/11, Common Law, Commercial Law, Realization, Natural Connection, Statue, Status, Paper, Birth Certificate, Title, System, Sterling Pound, Their Policy, Money, Brain, Person, Social Dominance, Public and Private Statues, Roman “Civilicus Law”, The Ego, Messiah Complex, Jesus, Lose the of eye’s of the Ego, War, Owning Land, Magna Carta, Admiralty Law, Subject, Police officer, Policeman, Riots in the UK (Summer of discontent).

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Learning the Power of Napping

June 10, 2008

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Kelly chats with Dr. Sara Mednick, a research scientist at the prestigious Salk Institute for Biological Studies in La Jolla, and the author of Take A Nap! Sara believes that we can change our lives by taking a nap during the day. Not only can we be more alert, but we can become smarter, healthier and more productive. We can lower the risk of having a heart attack, as well as reduce our weight and improve our memory. Sara’s research has shown that after a nap people perform better on cognitive tests, and they can work longer hours.

During the podcast, Sara explains that we can nap to achieve specific outcomes. For example, short naps of 20 minutes will improve motor skills. A nap of an hour clears your mind and improves your memory, and a 90-minute nap improves your creativity. If you’re sure that you could never find time for a nap in your day, Sara confirms that napping takes practice, and tells you how to set the stage for a good nap.

Who should nap? Everyone, especially if you’re working hard or are studying for exams. Kelly and Sara discuss naps to potentiate memory, which is vital information for students. At the end of the podcast, you may well decide that napping will become an essential part of your life.

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