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Moon and sleep- secrets of the moon

MoonInfluence of the Moon and Earth on each other can not be denied. Nevertheless, the influence of the moon on people is a source of constant debate.

Many believe that the full moon is the cause of the strange behavior of people, but science can not provide conclusive evidence for or against this theory.

But science agrees that the moon can break the cycle of human sleep. Read the rest of this entry »

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Posted by on December 17, 2013 in Earth, Galaxy


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Aliens do not sleep at night

AliensThe latest research in this area was discussed at the annual meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS), held in Denver, Colorado. “These data underscore the strength of emotional belief, – said in an interview with BBC, BBC Harvard professor Richard McNally. – If you truly believe in what were injured, sincerely remember this, you are experiencing the same psycho-emotional psychological reactions that those who have been injured in fact.

A whole group of “stolen” to share their experiences with a reporter Bi-bi-si. Several times I was on the alien ship, and from my body seized graft aliens – said one of them.
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Posted by on November 17, 2012 in Alien, Galaxy, Mysterious, Ocean, Planet


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The mystery of sleep is hidden in the hair

mysteryThe study, published in the journal Communications of the National Academy of Sciences of the USA (Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences), showed that hair follicles contain a report on the activity of genes that govern us when we wake up and when we sleep.Tracking the progress of your internal clock can be as easy as pulling the hair from his beard or eyebrows, say scientists
The results can be used for diagnosis and study of
disorders and conditions such as desynchronizes (violation of the circadian rhythm of the body).
Whether you’re a night owl or morning lark – your sleep-wake cycle is largely controlled by genes, in other words, the clock mechanism genes. Throughout the day, these genes change their activity, exposing the internal clock, enabling our circadian rhythms.
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Posted by on August 27, 2010 in Mysterious


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