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Finland TRACT Involuntary movements of hands in a moving van on a public road were studied to clarify the possible role of frequency modulated radio waves on driving. The signals were measured in a direct 2 km test segment of an international road during repeated drives to both directions. Test subjects (n=4) had an ability to sense radio frequency field intensity variations of the environment. They were sitting in a minivan with arm movement detectors in their hands. A potentiometer was used to register the hand movements to a computer which simultaneously collected data on the amplitude of the RF signal of the local FM tower 30 km distance at a frequency of about 100 MHz. Involuntary hand movements of the test subjects correlated with electromagnetic field, i.e. FM radio wave intensity measured. They reacted also on the place of a geomagnetic anomaly crossing the road, which was found on the basis of these recordings and confirmed by the public geological maps of the area.In conclusion, RF irradiation seems to affect the human hand reflexes of sensitive persons in a moving van along a normal public road which may have significance in traffic safety.

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Eötvös Kiadó, Budapest Farthing , G. W., Brown , S. W., Venturino , M. (1983) Involuntariness of response on the Harvard Group Scale of Hypnotic Susceptibility. International Journal of Clinical and

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Acta Veterinaria Hungarica
Authors: Radica Djedović, Vladan Bogdanović, Dragan Stanojević, Zsolt Nemes, András Gáspárdy, and Sándor Cseh

The objective of this study was to compare the reproductive traits of heifers and the development characteristics of their calves following artificial insemination (AI) with sexed and non-sexed semen. The analysed characteristics included conception rate, gestation length, calf birth weight, calf vigour, stillbirth rate, and twinning rate. Data of 530 calves produced with sexed and 1,163 calves produced with non-sexed semen were analysed. The General Linear Model (GLM) was applied to assess the influence of semen type, farm, season of insemination, the calf’s sex and the inseminating sire on gestation length and calf birth weight. With the exception of gestation length (P > 0.05), all other traits studied were significantly (P < 0.01) influenced by the type of semen. The conception rate was 55% for conventional and 44% for sexed semen, and the average gestation length was 274.6 and 274.9 days, respectively. The mean calf birth weight was 37.47 kg for non-sexed and 36.75 kg for sexed semen. The stillbirth rate was 6.19% for conventional and 7.54% for sexed semen, while the twinning rate was 3.78% for conventional and 1.13% for sexed semen. The calves produced with non-sexed and sexed semen differed significantly in viability (P < 0.001), the latter having a lower calf vigour score. The use of conventional semen did not affect the ratio of female and male calves (52.7:47.3%; P > 0.05); however, artificial insemination with X-sorted sexed semen significantly altered the sex ratio of calves (85.1:14.9%, P < 0.01). The results obtained in this investigation are in agreement with the majority of studies which compared the fertility traits, sex ratio and calf characteristics depending on the application of artificial insemination with sexed or conventional semen.

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Kísérletünk célja a hipnózisbeli önkontroll változásainak vizsgálata a hipnózis iránt különböző mértékben fogékony személyeknél, a hipnózissal szembeni ellenállás élménybeli és viselkedéses jellemzőinek összevetésével. Kísérletünkben egy szokásos –standard tesztszuggesztiókat tartalmazó –csoportos együttműködő hipnózist követően –a hipnózisindukciót megelőzően –a résztvevőket a hipnotizőr tudta nélkül arra szólítottuk fel, hogy álljanak ellen a szuggesztióknak (amelyek az előzőekkel azonosak voltak). Mindkét hipnózis során mértük a szuggesztiók végrehaj_a

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) The goodnight kiss and involuntary memory in Proust's Remembrance of Things Past. Psychoanalytic Review, 3 , 409-422. The goodnight kiss and involuntary memory in Proust's Remembrance of Things Past

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., Lancaster, P., et al.: World collaborative report on in vitro fertilization 2000. Fertil. Steril., 2006, 85 (6), 1586–1622. Miall, C. E.: Community constructs of involuntary childlessness: Sympathy, stigma, and social

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: a preliminary study with a Hungarian sample of involuntary childless men and women. Arch. Gynecol. Obstet., 2013, 288 (4), 925–932. Lewis, A. M., Liu, D., Stuart, S. P., et al.: Less depressed or less

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’s perspective. In B. Cooper-Hilbert (Ed.), Infertility and involuntary childlessness: Helping couples cope (pp. 1–21). New York: W. W. Norton. National Health and Medical Research Council (2007). Ethical guidelines on the use of

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This article demonstrates that the myth of Oedipus mentioned directly in the novel underlies A Common Story by Ivan Goncharov. In the extensive system of references to the myth exposed by us, Petr Aduev is brought into correlation with Oedipus in the fact that he, like Oedipus, involuntarily ruins his relatives. Under the influence of his uncle Alexander, Aduev ends up with the spiritual death, and the novel also contains a symbolic motif of incest. As a result of the husband’s inability to give the salvational love to his wife she becomes – as the novel says – “inanimate”. Elisabeth is also threatened with the actual death, though the illness itself has not commenced as of yet. A Common Story is a mythological novel, in which an ancient myth manifests itself in the reality contemporary to Goncharov.

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Psychedelic research has been associated with the Czech Republic since the early 19th century and, after a long period of involuntary dormancy, it has recently gained new opportunities to follow up on its roots and evolve. This article briefly describes the history of psychedelic research in the Czech Republic, summarizes the role of the UN Drug Conventions, and discusses the Czech and international legislation pertaining to psychedelics. The discussion focuses on the dependence/abuse potential of classical psychedelics, their medical use, and their safety in medical versus non-medical environment. Despite the assertions of the UN and occasional media disinformation about the dangers of psychedelics, recent investigations have shown that classical psychedelics are not addictive, show great promise in a broad spectrum of medical uses, and have been repeatedly proven to be safe in a clinical setting. Finally, the authors suggest a procedure for the preparation and implementation of controlled psychedelic therapy in the Czech medical and legal system.

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