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Dejae
post Apr 18, 2004, 03:59 PM
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Hi Shawn....my name is DJ, ( Dejae ). I am new at this, but love your site, it's great....please keep it going.....it's an inspiration when things get bad with my husband, which happens alot. Thanks for being there.

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post Apr 18, 2004, 05:04 PM
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thank you for your generous words, DJ, and I hope you enjoy your time here.
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post Apr 26, 2004, 07:38 AM
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hi there i m new here an dmyu name is kenny andim in movie line just want to know what it is alll well maybe it wil take sometime for me


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post Apr 29, 2004, 03:48 AM
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Hi. My name is Ryan and I'm pretty new to poetry writing. Here's one of my pieces so please let me know what you think.


I lie here thinking about the world around me,
about the trials and tribulations of the many.
Why should the few have plenty and
the plenty have few? It makes no sense
and yet it is the non-sense that makes
it reality.

Yet as I lie here I am removed from reality
and their pain is mine no more, for I am me
and here I exist in the world I created which makes
me all-powerful, controller of all the many
questions which make no sense.
Then I leave and

even when I vacate my space and
venture out into the harsh world of reality
there is sometimes a residue of that control. A sense
of power that is inherent in all, not just me.
If only we could recognise that we, the many,
are what makes

this world what it is. It is us which makes
the world go round, not the money myth. And
to acknowledge selfishness as the root of our many
failings would help make our reality
a less depressing place to be. For me
this leaves a sense

of hope. There may not be reason to bury our sense
of compassion in the ground… But something makes
me start. Something is wrong, but with me?
No. There is something different here and
I realise my folly. There’s no such place in reality
for these many

dreams. There is but one place that these many
wishes are possible and I was removed from my sense
to miss it. It is here, back in my world, away from reality
where again it is I who makes
the rules. Here, safe in my haven, I can reflect and
think that I am only me

and as there aren’t many of me
I can do little but hope there are others with sense and
that one day unity makes us able to change our reality.
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post May 05, 2004, 02:30 AM
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meg, Dejae, kenny and ryan,

Can I take this opportunity to welcome each of you to mind-brain?

I hope you each find that which you seek amongst what is becoming a large family now.

And, Ryan, I encourage you to post your poetry on the poetry pages.
I have written a few myself, though they are not particularly popular and I am no expert. Your work above satisfies what is to me the most important aspect of poetry, ie., content - having something useful to say. However, the purists, whilst accepting that 'poetry' includes any form of writing, will possibly conclude that your work would be better in prose format.

To the future... all, whether reading or writing, may enjoyment and enlightenment ensue [as someone famous once said].

All the best, Bill.
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richard evans
post May 09, 2004, 08:41 AM
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Hello everybody.I sort of introduced myself on another post before knowing that I could introduce myself here,so please forgive me.

I have been looking for something like this site for ages now,wanting to share and compare ideas,and maybe learn something new-I'm well pleased!I am particularly interested in psychological theories of mind-expansion,how hallucinogenics work(particularly mushrooms),and the psychology of the drug-induced ego-death experience-is there a method?

Anyway,see you all soon.Bye!
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post Jul 10, 2004, 09:21 PM
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Great site! I was searching for info for a comparative analysis paper I am doing on Erikson vs Jung, Personality Theories. It was interesting to note that the info is somewhat slanted in Jung's corner, but the info on Erikson was interesting non the less. Anyway, that is how I found this site. smile.gif

Will make it a "favorite".

Dayna
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post Aug 11, 2004, 08:26 PM
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Bonjour Shawn,

French Acadian from PEI.
Interested in the universe within the mind.
Painter whose studio practice and theortical research centers on spatial cognition.
Found and am finding stimulating written dialouges within this site.

Curious as to were and when this site originated.
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post Aug 14, 2004, 05:09 PM
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HI,

Last night I was searching for something both scholarly and readable to post on an ezboard site I administer, called MASLOW'S FIFTH. I found it, posted and provided the link back here. Hope you're cool with that, if not let me know!

http://p082.ezboard.com/ftestforum17073frm...picID=350.topic

Mind/Brain looks like an exciting place, I'm glad I found it.


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post Nov 05, 2004, 11:02 PM
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I have my own ezboard now, the real deal for literate, creative and visionary folk with or without psychological "issues."

It's called OUR COMMON CONDITION and can be accessed here:


http://p214.ezboard.com/bourcommoncondition97317


Thanks for your consideration.

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post Dec 06, 2004, 01:03 AM
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Hi! I'm new here, and from what I've read, this might be a helpful site. It's to late at night for me to enter a poem just yet, but I will be back!
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Jenn
post Jan 19, 2005, 10:51 AM
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Hi everyone. I'm Jenn and I am enjoying this site. There seems to be lot's to do here, and many friends to make. I'll be around. Have a great day everyone :-)
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post Jan 19, 2005, 11:03 AM
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Welcome all, it's never too late.

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post May 19, 2005, 06:19 PM
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Hello everyone. My name is Jericho, I am 26 years old and I'm from Toronto, Canada.

I am one of many whose life has been touched by this giant mental construction of ours called brainmetaDOTcom. I was pointed this way by a co-worker; and of course, nothing happens by accident - so here I am!

I'm here so that I could connect with like-minded individuals who are dedicated to "instilling the world with new and greater meaning". And we all come from different places, backgrounds, and even eras! =)

So firstly, I think it serve us to have official introductions such as this space; especially for new persons like myself! ... Am looking forward to co-creating with you all.

Cheers & hello!

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post Jun 24, 2005, 07:00 PM
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Hello Jericho,

...and welcome to brainmeta!

I just noticed your intro. so had a read.
I must admit I tend to follow the recent topics rather than browse through boards which don't appear there.
Nonetheless, I do hope you give and take in good spirit and add to the sites wealth of experience.
Enjoy yourself and make good friends!

Bye for now, Bill.
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Rick
post Jun 28, 2005, 02:17 PM
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Shouldn't all recent topics show up in that list?
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post Jun 28, 2005, 07:02 PM
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They did at one time Rick, but I think Shawn wanted the 'key' topics only in the recent list.
Perhaps Shawn will consider two options at some time.
One called 'central (or equivalent word) recent topics', and one called 'extended recent topics'.
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post Oct 26, 2005, 07:16 PM
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Well, I goofed even on creating a username. I used to be able to type in the dark. Now that I'm on Social Security, OldTimer's Disease is setting in. I wanted to adopt the handle "SacksFan" in honor of one of my favorite writers, Oliver Sacks. javascript:add_smilie(":rolleyes:")
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post Oct 27, 2005, 05:46 PM
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QUOTE (SaclsFam @ Oct 27, 01:16 AM)
Well, I goofed even on creating a username. I used to be able to type in the dark. Now that I'm on Social Security, OldTimer's Disease is setting in. I wanted to adopt the handle "SacksFan" in honor of one of my favorite writers, Oliver Sacks. javascript:add_smilie(":rolleyes:")

Neither did your eyes roll! Never mind, helps to show that reality is still surreal!
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post Sep 02, 2008, 08:23 AM
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hi,

i'm studying molecular biology, although my main interests lying in the area of the neurosciences.

my general attitude towards sciences tends to being critical with each demonization of new technologies/insights which occur regularly in history (beginning with prosecution of scientists by the church during the middle ages, "war on drugs", i.e. distrust in each medically used substance since the seventies and more recently, fear of everything that has to do with genetics, to name a few examples)

well, it's a pity that i didn't find this forum earlier smile.gif
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post Sep 02, 2008, 03:39 PM
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Welcome micro active!

I won't even attempt to find µ on my computer!

Have fun, teach and learn, approve and disagree but above all enjoy yourself.
I notice that you have posted on a little used board entry (you may notice the date of each post on its top line) but no matter, just see if there is another similar board entry elsewhere if no-one else says 'hello' to you here.
Take care, Bill.
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post Sep 03, 2008, 06:17 AM
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Hi µ-active,

Welcome to brain meta, it is the only forum on this planet containing cutting edge of specific knowledge about the brain. wink.gif

You may find here quite strange things, gang og Jumpers will try to read your brains on distance but if you pass all barriers you will know quite interesting things.
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post Sep 03, 2008, 07:47 AM
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oh yea, last posts here were posted back in 2005, haven't noticed that smile.gif

i put my introduction here as i yet have to find my favorite sub-forum, there are so many.....
i think i will tend towards one that covers the biochemistry of the brain as this is the area i've got the most knowledge smile.gif
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Hello everyone. I'm new here and delighted to find such a great site! I've always been interested in mental acuity. My wife was prescribed Provigil for depression. It didn't work for her, but I found it amazing. That's what led me to your site.

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QUOTE(Superbrain @ Apr 16, 2009, 09:55 AM) *

Hello everyone. I'm new here and delighted to find such a great site! I've always been interested in mental acuity. My wife was prescribed Provigil for depression. It didn't work for her, but I found it amazing. That's what led me to your site.

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Welcome! Looking forward to your supercontributions!
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QUOTE(Superbrain @ Apr 16, 2009, 06:55 PM) *

Hello everyone. I'm new here and delighted to find such a great site! I've always been interested in mental acuity. My wife was prescribed Provigil for depression. It didn't work for her, but I found it amazing. That's what led me to your site.

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QUOTE(code buttons @ Apr 16, 2009, 07:35 PM) *
Welcome! Looking forward to your supercontributions!
So long as they're not supernatural, I hope! Attached Image
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QUOTE(Hey Hey @ Apr 17, 2009, 07:01 AM) *

QUOTE(Superbrain @ Apr 16, 2009, 06:55 PM) *

Hello everyone. I'm new here and delighted to find such a great site! I've always been interested in mental acuity. My wife was prescribed Provigil for depression. It didn't work for her, but I found it amazing. That's what led me to your site.

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QUOTE(code buttons @ Apr 16, 2009, 07:35 PM) *
Welcome! Looking forward to your supercontributions!
So long as they're not supernatural, I hope! Attached Image

.... or superfluous wink.gif
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QUOTE(Trip like I do @ Apr 17, 2009, 03:56 PM) *

QUOTE(Hey Hey @ Apr 17, 2009, 07:01 AM) *

QUOTE(Superbrain @ Apr 16, 2009, 06:55 PM) *

Hello everyone. I'm new here and delighted to find such a great site! I've always been interested in mental acuity. My wife was prescribed Provigil for depression. It didn't work for her, but I found it amazing. That's what led me to your site.

-Superbrain cool.gif
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QUOTE(code buttons @ Apr 16, 2009, 07:35 PM) *
Welcome! Looking forward to your supercontributions!
So long as they're not supernatural, I hope! Attached Image

.... or superfluous wink.gif
... and particularly not supercalifragilisticexpialidocious! Attached Image
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Welcome Dreams13 !!
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