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Montreal Grandmother, Agnes Kent was saved by Raul Wallenberg from certain death, when he provided papers for her and her Mom to escape away from the Nazis. Today when asked what that escape meant, she replied,"Remind people, that while statesmen and whole countries remained silent and did nothing, a single individual chose to act, with ramifications that proved enormous. Similar choices confront us today. Write that simple truth she said, it can never be repeated often enough because the world keeps forgetting it."

Sand faces and Eigenmaps

Each sunrise in a person’s life brings changes into the face in subtle ways. The changes are apparent on FaceBook watching pictures of children reaching different thresholds. The minds eye captures only the last image of a face. If a … Continue reading

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Baby yawns

Inside the mother’s womb this baby is yawning. At around the 20th week into gestation the baby starts the elaborate sequence of yawning. The muscles involved inside a yawn begin a priming sequence that lasts for 10 weeks perfecting this … Continue reading

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Silk island

Night falls into the friction of orange energy shattered into the billowing cloud, sail masts piercing the evening mood. Next morning at the early rise of Earth light the dazzle of spider thread captures the sparkle of dew. Are these … Continue reading

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The Broglio gravity reaction test for detecting concussions

This important blog post comes via the New York Times : AUGUST 14, 2013, A Simple Device to Detect Concussions written by Gretchen Reynolds concerning the reaction test to detect the presence of a concussion. Here’s how it works from a validated … Continue reading

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Experiment number 1

Concussions, what are they ? Instead of explaining concepts with words, I will try to write this essay visually. So here is what I know about concussions after researching them for the last two decades trying to grab what happens. … Continue reading

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Gravity and how we stabilize our head

We awake each day inside a gravity force completely absent in our consciousness. Since the history of life started on our planet we have been under the influence of this acceleration force. Every single human action, all change is affected … Continue reading

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Commander Chris Hadfield’s readaptation to Earth Gravity

Commander Chris Hadfield, the first Canadian Commander of the International Space Station sits in a Russian field after a fiery re-entry through Earth’s atmosphere. It will take approximately two weeks before Commander Hadfield can stand on his own feet after his lengthy … Continue reading

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Dr. David Mulder

Montreal has had it’s share of public tragedies. Stephanie Lanthier writes, “On December 6, 1989, a young man, Marc Lépine, burst into a class at Montréal’s École Polytechnique armed with an automatic weapon. He separated the male and female students … Continue reading

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If Einstein were to design a reflex it would involve harmonizing gravity-space-time

When Commander Chris Hadfield is on the International Space Station what happens to his brain during his mission? What are the physiological changes that scientists are concerned about for attempting long voyages into the final frontier? What have we learned … Continue reading

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Vestibular re-entry into the cardinal axes of 3-D space as the brain recovers April 9, 2013 SPORTS: According to Montreal Canadiens NHL Coach, Michel Therrien, the return of forward Rene Bourque to active playing status is imminent after missing 21 games caused by a concussion. Therrien stated, ” Bourque is going to … Continue reading

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