- Interesting story.
- Professor Kelly Musick and Dr Ann Meier of Cornell University have carried out a study of children whose parents stay together for the sake of the kids.
It turns out their children do worse than any other group â“ including those of divorcees or single mums. If you are raised by arguing parents who stayed together only for you, then you are 33 per cent more likely to become a binge-drinking teen than if you have a single parent, for example.
- For example, phase shifts typically last 55 milliseconds, but an additional 1 millisecond seemed to add as many as 20 points to the child's IQ. A shorter time in the stable phase-locked state also corresponded with greater intelligence - with a difference of 1 millisecond adding 4.6 IQ points to a child's score
- Finds experience unsatisfactory. Not entirely convinced anyone ever found them useful...
- Nice article on it. Good photos too.
Ten years from now I will be communicating with my PC using
a mouse and keyboard, and a GUI much like we have at the moment
my fingers, by stroking and prodding it.. With occasional groping.
voice. Oh, how my coworkers will love me.
The Awesome Power Of My Mind!
The GUI of the future
will be exactly the same as the current one, only sparklier.
will be 3D
will be in my head
A computer in every