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Fol­low­ing the Arc Gene

If you read the story on this site about the Arc gene then you might be inter­ested in the video and links that fol­low. You may also, if you have not already done so look at the story that were posted (on this site under tech talk) as far back as 2008 on these Intru­sive Technologies

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New Human Mem­ory Tech­nol­ogy in Devel­op­ment: Another Poten­tial Mind Con­trol Tool?

Back­ground for Earth Fac­ing CME

HempHere Is a lit­tle back­ground on why a CME (coro­nal mass ejec­tion) should be of some con­cern to us [check the cur­rent news]. The solar storm of 1859 (also known as the Car­ring­ton Event) was a pow­er­ful geo­mag­netic solar storm dur­ing solar cycle 10 (18551867). A solar coro­nal mass ejec­tion (CME) hit Earth’s mag­ne­tos­phere and induced one of the largest geo­mag­netic storms on record, Sep­tem­ber 12, 1859. The asso­ci­ated “white light flare” in the solar pho­to­s­phere was observed and recorded by British astronomers Richard C. Car­ring­ton (18261875) and Richard Hodg­son (18041872). The now-​standard unique IAU iden­ti­fier for this flare is SOL1859-​0901.

A solar storm of this mag­ni­tude occur­ring today would cause wide­spread dis­rup­tions and dam­age to a mod­ern and technology-​dependent soci­ety The solar storm of 2012 was of sim­i­lar mag­ni­tude, but it passed Earth’s orbit with­out strik­ing the planet.

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Things are Chang­ing!

A geo­mag­netic rever­sal is a change in a planet’s mag­netic field such that the posi­tions of mag­netic north and mag­netic south are inter­changed, while geo­graphic north and geo­graphic south remain the same. The Earth’s field has alter­nated between peri­ods of nor­mal polar­ity, in which the pre­dom­i­nant direc­tion of the field was the same as the present direc­tion, and reverse polar­ity, in which it was the oppo­site. These peri­ods are called chrons.

The time spans of chrons are ran­domly dis­trib­uted with most being between 0.1 and 1 mil­lion years[citation needed] with an aver­age of 450,000 years. Most rever­sals are esti­mated to take between 1,000 and 10,000 years. The lat­est one, the Brun­hes – Matuyama rever­sal, occurred 780,000 years ago, and may have hap­pened very quickly, within a human lifetime.

A brief com­plete rever­sal, known as the Laschamp event, occurred only 41,000 years ago dur­ing the last glacial period. That rever­sal lasted only about 440 years with the actual change of polar­ity last­ing around 250 years. Dur­ing this change the strength of the mag­netic field weak­ened to 5% of its present strength. Brief dis­rup­tions that do not result in rever­sal are called geo­mag­netic excursions.

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The Arc Gene and Mem­ory

In his 1923 vol­ume The Pris­oner, (and in 1998 Alex Proyas movie Dark city) Where French nov­el­ist Mar­cel Proust describes mem­ory as a “…sort of chem­i­cal lab­o­ra­tory.” This apt def­i­n­i­tion was ahead of its time, as sci­en­tists were just learn­ing about the brain’s anatomy. Nearly a cen­tury later, neu­ro­sci­en­tists are begin­ning to dis­cover the chem­i­cal and mol­e­c­u­lar path­ways respon­si­ble for cre­at­ing and recall­ing mem­o­ries.
At Rut­gers Uni­ver­sity, Tim­o­thy Otto and his col­leagues are delv­ing into the brain’s bio­chem­i­cal activ­i­ties to deter­mine the ways in which expe­ri­ences acti­vate genes within brain cells to form last­ing mem­o­ries. The researchers have dis­cov­ered that the Arc gene and its pro­tein prod­uct, also called Arc, play an essen­tial role in the mem­ory for­ma­tion process.
Such as cytoskele­ton. Cytoskele­ton is unique to eukary­otic cells. It is a dynamic three-​dimensional struc­ture that fills the cyto­plasm. This struc­ture acts as both mus­cle and skele­ton, for move­ment and sta­bil­ity. The long fibers of the cytoskele­ton are poly­mers of sub­units. The pri­mary types of fibers com­pris­ing the cytoskele­ton are micro­fil­a­ments, micro­tubules, and inter­me­di­ate filaments.

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