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Here guys have a way super duper late (or kinda early???) Munday photo!
It’s 12.34 AM here and I’m waiting on my ride to pick me up to take me across town to work with him on a 48hr film fest I’m gonna be the whatever the hell they need me to do person.
And then after that???? We’re going ot watch it over at the Texas Theater and then??? I have a date and am going to a Powerman 5000 concert which means like circle pits and moshing and headbanging
oh golly gee how am I even gonna survive the next 72 hours 

Here guys have a way super duper late (or kinda early???) Munday photo!

It’s 12.34 AM here and I’m waiting on my ride to pick me up to take me across town to work with him on a 48hr film fest I’m gonna be the whatever the hell they need me to do person.

And then after that???? We’re going ot watch it over at the Texas Theater and then??? I have a date and am going to a Powerman 5000 concert which means like circle pits and moshing and headbanging

oh golly gee how am I even gonna survive the next 72 hours 

Ok im offline now buys! Text if you really a need me but the next 48hrs are gonna be crazy for me so really plz dont.

AU where Waldo and Anthea switch roles.

//hello there friend let me show you my Ma Barker AU…

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neuromorphogenesis:

Canadian student has “out of body experiences” whenever she wants
After attending a lecture on “out of body experiences,” a 24-year-old student from the University of Ottawa approached her professor saying, “I thought everybody could do that.” She can apparently do this at will — making her the first person with this condition to be studied.
The resulting paper, which now appears in Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, describes the condition as something of an illusion, where a person’s ability to track their body’s position in space and time has somehow become externalized. In this extraordinary case, the university student claims she can do this whenever she wants — to induce the feeling that she can experience her body moving outside the boundaries of her physical body, while remaining aware of her unmoving physical body.
So, if you’re a neuroscientist studying this particular person, what do you do? You put her in a brain scanner, of course. Writing in ABC News, Gillian Mohney explains more:

[Claude] Messier and his co-author interviewed the student and had her undergo an MRI to see if her brain activity might shed light on her unusual ability.
Messier said the girl first noticed her ability when she was a child and had a hard time going to sleep during naps. To pass the time she would “float” above her body.
"I feel myself moving, or, more accurately, can make myself feel as if I am moving. I know perfectly well that I am not actually moving," the student told the researchers. "In fact, I am hyper-sensitive to my body at that point, because I am concentrating so hard on the sensation of moving…For example, if I ‘spin’ for long enough, I get dizzy."
Messier said at some point the student’s brain showed similar activity to that of a high-level athlete who can vividly imagine themselves winning a competition. One difference, however, was that her brain activity was focused on one side, and the athletes usually show activity on both brain hemispheres.
Messier said more study was needed, but he said that this discovery could mean many more people have this ability but find it “unremarkable.” The discovery could be similar to how synesthesia, a mix of multiple senses, was discovered in a wider population.
Alternately, the ability could be something that everyone is able to do as an infant or child, but lose as they get older.

Wild stuff. Typically, this condition happens as the result of an injury, psychological illness, lesions on the brain, or from a drug that induces the illusion. The researchers speculate that this ability might be present in infancy but that it’s lost without regular practice. They also hypothesize that it’s more prevalent in young people… and that it’s a skill that might be developed.

neuromorphogenesis:

Canadian student has “out of body experiences” whenever she wants

After attending a lecture on “out of body experiences,” a 24-year-old student from the University of Ottawa approached her professor saying, “I thought everybody could do that.” She can apparently do this at will — making her the first person with this condition to be studied.

The resulting paper, which now appears in Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, describes the condition as something of an illusion, where a person’s ability to track their body’s position in space and time has somehow become externalized. In this extraordinary case, the university student claims she can do this whenever she wants — to induce the feeling that she can experience her body moving outside the boundaries of her physical body, while remaining aware of her unmoving physical body.

So, if you’re a neuroscientist studying this particular person, what do you do? You put her in a brain scanner, of course. Writing in ABC News, Gillian Mohney explains more:

[Claude] Messier and his co-author interviewed the student and had her undergo an MRI to see if her brain activity might shed light on her unusual ability.

Messier said the girl first noticed her ability when she was a child and had a hard time going to sleep during naps. To pass the time she would “float” above her body.

"I feel myself moving, or, more accurately, can make myself feel as if I am moving. I know perfectly well that I am not actually moving," the student told the researchers. "In fact, I am hyper-sensitive to my body at that point, because I am concentrating so hard on the sensation of moving…For example, if I ‘spin’ for long enough, I get dizzy."

Messier said at some point the student’s brain showed similar activity to that of a high-level athlete who can vividly imagine themselves winning a competition. One difference, however, was that her brain activity was focused on one side, and the athletes usually show activity on both brain hemispheres.

Messier said more study was needed, but he said that this discovery could mean many more people have this ability but find it “unremarkable.” The discovery could be similar to how synesthesia, a mix of multiple senses, was discovered in a wider population.

Alternately, the ability could be something that everyone is able to do as an infant or child, but lose as they get older.

Wild stuff. Typically, this condition happens as the result of an injury, psychological illness, lesions on the brain, or from a drug that induces the illusion. The researchers speculate that this ability might be present in infancy but that it’s lost without regular practice. They also hypothesize that it’s more prevalent in young people… and that it’s a skill that might be developed.

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Send me a ‘Yo’ if you wanna RP with me. Send me the word ‘Plot’ if you have something in particular in mind. Feel free to go anon!

[ OH MAN CODE LYOKO I LOVED THIS

I’m just afraid I can’t remember much of it and the last seasons didn’t get to my country so I know next to nothing about Anthea.

if you have patience with me, you could tell me about her and then we could plot something? ]


//Anthea was Aelita’s mother that got kidnapped and taken away by the men in black when Aelita was a toddler. That’s all we know canon, so I had to research about Waldo and Anthea and the political climate at the time both before and after she god kidnapped. There’s a folder of info on her husband, Waldo Schaeffer (the infamous Franz hopper) that includes the date 1974 about something called “project CARTHAGE” and implies that she was working on it with him. I have info about what project CARTHAGE possibly was, why Anthea got kidnapped, etc over at my /file page

My Skype is “ohwhat.providence” too.

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linecrossed:

/Editing the relationships page makes me miserable. Do I really only have two steady partners? I’m terrified to edit the threads now.\

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//You guys should have threads with this lovely lovely person yussss.

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Noah Feldklipp

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