insomnia associative medical conditions:

GREATER ANXIETY

TENSION HEADACHE

STRESS

EYESIGHT FATIGUE

RETINA ATROPHY

Insomnia arises from stress which may be caused by varying factors some of which may be difficult to resolve.

Emotional problems mostly out of frustration may complicate matters.

Insomnia may beget further stress.

The eyesight is affected it may become blurry and severely impact upon tension in the head.

Chemical reactions some of which may be indeed volatile.

Mental exhaustion is inevitable.

Your own eyesight is your own business. Maybe you've seen too much. Light decays.

However, a person who has a stable record of sleeping pattern will eventually recover.

CLEARCHARGE

## Saturday, January 30, 2010

### Insomnia Associative Medical Conditions

## Thursday, January 21, 2010

### Worlds Apart

worlds apart:

other dimensions, zones, neighbourhoods, areas....

people live their own lives: what do they have in common? is it the news, the car they drive, a brand they buy?

what direction do their lives take? correct or not, do they converge, do they meet, do they talk?

people meet....

what are you looking at? what do you notice about me?

other people are looking at us. the field around us is charged.

we become impulsive, we move on.

worlds apart, connections made

CLEARCHARGE

other dimensions, zones, neighbourhoods, areas....

people live their own lives: what do they have in common? is it the news, the car they drive, a brand they buy?

what direction do their lives take? correct or not, do they converge, do they meet, do they talk?

people meet....

what are you looking at? what do you notice about me?

other people are looking at us. the field around us is charged.

we become impulsive, we move on.

worlds apart, connections made

CLEARCHARGE

## Friday, January 15, 2010

### Verbal Reasoning

verbal reasoning:

is an attempt to further the truth already known.

it references that already known by adding a new series of words.

it could also be thought of as a search for new context.

example:

i already have a circle of friends. if i make more friends, how....

....would my new friends relate to my old friends?

....would my new friends make more friends i don't know?

....who would my new best friend be?

....how would i introduce my old friends to my new friends?

....would they get along?

....would i still be a good friend to my old friends?

....do i have many friends?

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is an attempt to further the truth already known.

it references that already known by adding a new series of words.

it could also be thought of as a search for new context.

example:

i already have a circle of friends. if i make more friends, how....

....would my new friends relate to my old friends?

....would my new friends make more friends i don't know?

....who would my new best friend be?

....how would i introduce my old friends to my new friends?

....would they get along?

....would i still be a good friend to my old friends?

....do i have many friends?

CLEARCHARGE

### Mathematics: Algebraic Complexity Examples

Algebraic Complexity Examples:

Example a

2x+3+0=6

2x=3

x=3/2

Example b

2x+3+1=6

2x=2

x=1

Example c

2x+3+2=6

2x=1

x=1/2

Series a,b,c: x=3/2,x=1,x=1/2

What is the next number in this series?

2x+3+3=6

2x=0

x=0

the next number is 0

More examples:

2x+3=(1/2)+5

2x+3=11/2

2(2x+3)=11

4x+6=11

4x=5

x=5/4

2x+3=1+5

2x+3=6

2x=3

x=3/2

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Example a

2x+3+0=6

2x=3

x=3/2

Example b

2x+3+1=6

2x=2

x=1

Example c

2x+3+2=6

2x=1

x=1/2

Series a,b,c: x=3/2,x=1,x=1/2

What is the next number in this series?

2x+3+3=6

2x=0

x=0

the next number is 0

More examples:

2x+3=(1/2)+5

2x+3=11/2

2(2x+3)=11

4x+6=11

4x=5

x=5/4

2x+3=1+5

2x+3=6

2x=3

x=3/2

CLEARCHARGE

## Thursday, January 14, 2010

### Financial Economics: Expected Returns

expected returns:

any project of economic interest requires capital, the timescales for expected returns are certainly important, not only is it a matter of satisfying initial credit claims but also determining the level of interest in the project. if i and my partners have to wait 14 years for the full level of expected returns, would we still be interested? what if it were only 4?

the larger the project, the more complex it becomes, in terms of asset classes formed and used and traded. financing or capital expenditure is key from the outset, not only to set up the venture but also to maintain the corporation. where does this capital come from? the credit/capital markets or from the forming partners. capital may be very expensive.

running costs may vary and can lead any company to bankruptcy. returns in the later years must be greater than costs.

R = Returns

C = Costs

R > C

CLEARCHARGE

any project of economic interest requires capital, the timescales for expected returns are certainly important, not only is it a matter of satisfying initial credit claims but also determining the level of interest in the project. if i and my partners have to wait 14 years for the full level of expected returns, would we still be interested? what if it were only 4?

the larger the project, the more complex it becomes, in terms of asset classes formed and used and traded. financing or capital expenditure is key from the outset, not only to set up the venture but also to maintain the corporation. where does this capital come from? the credit/capital markets or from the forming partners. capital may be very expensive.

running costs may vary and can lead any company to bankruptcy. returns in the later years must be greater than costs.

R = Returns

C = Costs

R > C

CLEARCHARGE

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trade

## Sunday, January 10, 2010

### The Analyst

the analyst:

his or her job:

to collect from most known sources of information, rearrange variables, find causal evidence, search possibilities and outcomes....

....and offer most likely predictions of the future.

how does X lead to Y? how many likely outcomes are there? do things come about by random chance?

if A does not happen, what then are the chances B or C will?

the analyst has a job to forecast the future and provide solutions in each instance.

CLEARCHARGE

his or her job:

to collect from most known sources of information, rearrange variables, find causal evidence, search possibilities and outcomes....

....and offer most likely predictions of the future.

how does X lead to Y? how many likely outcomes are there? do things come about by random chance?

if A does not happen, what then are the chances B or C will?

the analyst has a job to forecast the future and provide solutions in each instance.

CLEARCHARGE

## Friday, January 8, 2010

### Think!

think!:

we need answers....

idea

concept

theory

thought

solution

raised consciousness of the truth....

....crystallizes in the head, so to speak, and is difficult to shake. it affects our mood, our emotions, our subconscious mind and ultimately our actions or indeed in some cases our nonactions or omissions. the truth is hard to forget, especially when gained through dreadful experiences: damaged, carrying baggage. our emotions are a powerful source or influence.

....i can't stop thinking about something. am i missing something?

CLEARCHARGE

we need answers....

idea

concept

theory

thought

solution

raised consciousness of the truth....

....crystallizes in the head, so to speak, and is difficult to shake. it affects our mood, our emotions, our subconscious mind and ultimately our actions or indeed in some cases our nonactions or omissions. the truth is hard to forget, especially when gained through dreadful experiences: damaged, carrying baggage. our emotions are a powerful source or influence.

....i can't stop thinking about something. am i missing something?

CLEARCHARGE

## Thursday, January 7, 2010

### What to Say?

what to say?

a look, a comment

where are we going with this and what do you think?

what do people mean by THIS WORD that everyone uses?

it is all about context.

is it?

in life, as in all things, individuals isolate themselves....

circumstances, choices, change

a need for the familiar

the time, the attention

what is going on?

CLEARCHARGE

a look, a comment

where are we going with this and what do you think?

what do people mean by THIS WORD that everyone uses?

it is all about context.

is it?

in life, as in all things, individuals isolate themselves....

circumstances, choices, change

a need for the familiar

the time, the attention

what is going on?

CLEARCHARGE

## Friday, January 1, 2010

### Neutral Stance

neutral stance:

what am i? where am i going?

the situation develops....

what do i know of the future? will i ever return?

the past casts a mood. i remember events long gone, people i met before.

i will not linger, i will not pause.

may the situation carry me, may the gloom recede, brightness envelop me....

place to place

flowing with the current

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what am i? where am i going?

the situation develops....

what do i know of the future? will i ever return?

the past casts a mood. i remember events long gone, people i met before.

i will not linger, i will not pause.

may the situation carry me, may the gloom recede, brightness envelop me....

place to place

flowing with the current

CLEARCHARGE

### How Did We First Meet?

how did we first meet?

of communication, what we hear comes high on the list:

what did she say? what did you two talk about?

what do you think of what he said? what was that expression she used?

fixing geographical location:

let's meet! where is she? where is he?

theoretically: the time is right, we are both here. where?

think! what was the last thing i was told?

CLEARCHARGE

of communication, what we hear comes high on the list:

what did she say? what did you two talk about?

what do you think of what he said? what was that expression she used?

fixing geographical location:

let's meet! where is she? where is he?

theoretically: the time is right, we are both here. where?

think! what was the last thing i was told?

CLEARCHARGE

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