The latest sleep guidelines confirm that most adults need around eight hours of sleep for optimal health. Individual sleep requirements can vary, of course, based on age, life circumstances, and health status.
Sleep debt is a recipe for health problems down the road, and an increased risk of dementia is just one potential side effect.
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UN caught blackmailing companies to cut ties with Israel, Jews
Six years after purchasing an aging Mission Valley hotel, longtime San Diego televangelist Morris Cerullo won approval Tuesday from the City Council to transform the site into a $160 million religious-themed resort and conference center, complete with replicas of the Wailing Wall and Roman catacombs.
Charlie Chaplin's 125th birthday - A Good Day to Recollect his 3 Heart Touching Statements:
(1) Nothing is Permanent in this World, not even our Troubles.
(2) I like Walking in the Rain, because NoBody can see my Tears.
(3) The Most Wasted Day in Life is the Day in which we have not Laughed.
LIFE is to Enjoy with Whatever you have with You, Keep Smiling...!
If you feel STRESSED, Give yourself A Break.
Enjoy Some.. Icecream/ Choclates/ Candy/ Cake...
STRESSED backwards spelling is DESSERTS...!! Enjoy...!
Very Beautiful lines Pls Store it.
ONE Good FRIEND is equal to ONE Good Medicine...! Likewise ONE Good Group is equal to ONE Full medical store...!!
Maintain them in all stages of Life and enjoy healthy life...!
If you see the Moon... You see the Beauty of God.....! If you see the Sun...! You see the power of God.... And.... If you see the Mirror, You see the Best Creation of GOD...!
So, Believe in YOURSELF. We all are Tourists & God is our Travel Agent Who has already fixed all our Routes, Reservations & Destinations So.... Trust him & Enjoy the "Trip" called LIFE...!!
Life will never come Again.!! Live Today..!
Labor Knesset Leader Condemned for her Anti-Family Stance on Australian TVBy JNi.Media - 27 Tishri 5778 – October 17, 2017
Back in September, Merav Michaeli, Chair of the Zionist Camp, a.k.a. Labor Party appeared on an ABC TV debate on the usefulness of the institution of marriage and the nuclear family in today's society, and expressed views that would likely infuriate many of her own supporters, never mind the vast majority of Jewish and Arab Israelis. A month or so later, as word of her fierce anti-family agenda traveled back to the Mediterranean basin, the raging condemnations in response were equally fierce.
Channeling Betty Friedan and 1970s dust-covered feminist manifestos, MK Michaeli told the Australian panel, comprised of Zed Seselja, Assistant Minister for Social Services and Multicultural Affairs; Mark Dreyfus, Shadow Attorney-General; Lucy Gichuhi, Independent Senator for South Australia; and philosopher A.C. Grayling, that the family institution "was created back at a time when we, women, were commodities, as were children, as were men without property and of other colors. This is not something that we should maintain in a world when we realize all of us are human beings.
"It is not about love, I realize that the campaign for the 'yay' suggests that love is equal. Love is definitely equal – [but] it's got nothing to do with this institution. This is a tool that was made to dominate women for the sake of reproduction, for men to have legal custody over children which are to the largest, I would say, chance of certainty, their own flesh and blood. This is not something that we should sustain."
Michaeli also suggested that, in fact, the nuclear family is the most dangerous place for children, since every fifth child, according to her stats, undergoes some kind of sexual, physical or emotional abuse.
"Hallucinatory, Hallucinatory, Hallucinatory," MK Betzalel Smotritz (Habayit Hayehudi) tweeted on Tuesday, calling the Labor Chairperson's views "distortions that can only be invented by the brains of a wretched person who has never experienced parenthood and family."
Michaeli, who shares a duplex apartment in Tel Aviv with her partner, comedian and television host and producer Lior Schleien, is, indeed childless. She is also renowned in Israeli society for her much mocked and maligned use of Hebrew grammar, insisting on expressing both the feminine and masculine cases for every verb and adjective, thus making her speech cumbersome and needlessly complicated.
Back in 2012, just before joining the Labor party, Michaeli delivered a major speech about the need for society to undergo a paradigm shift and "cancel marriage."
MK Yehuda Glick (Likud) also responded on Twitter to the senior Labor MK comments, stating that "it turns out that there are clear truths that need to be repeated in a loud and clear voice. A warm family is the best place to raise a child!"
Erez Tadmor, one of the founders of the Im Tirtzu movement, attacked Michaeli, saying, "The dark […] days are already here. A senior politician wants to crush the family and set government criteria that will determine whether you can raise your children. Frightening."
LIGO Detector Confirms 1989 Hebrew U. Prediction that Neutron Star Mergers Produce Gamma Ray Bursts By David Israel - 27 Tishri 5778 – October 17, 2017
Two years ago, the LIGO gravitational wave detector stunned the world with the discovery of a merger of two black holes. This past August, LIGO did it again: with the help of a second detector called VIRGO, it discovered a new source of gravitational radiation. Seconds later, NASA's Fermi satellite detected a gamma-ray burst from the same direction. Several hours later, a telescope in Chile identified the source at a Galaxy located 120 million light years away. While this is an enormous distance for us, on a cosmological scale it is relatively close.
Since these initial discoveries, most of the telescopes in the world, including the Hubble Space Telescope, have observed this galactic event. The results, which have been kept secret until now (despite a partial leak), are reported today in several scientific papers published in the prestigious journals Physical Review Letters, Nature, Science and the Astrophysical Journal.
These observations confirm a longstanding prediction made almost thirty years ago by a team headed by Prof. Tsvi Piran at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Piran is the Schwartzman Chair for Theoretical Physics at the Hebrew University's Racah Institute of Physics. The prediction, published in Nature in 1989 ("Nucleosynthesis, neutrino bursts and ?-rays from coalescing neutron stars"), suggests that when two neutron stars merge they emit, in addition to gravitational waves, a burst of gamma-rays. They also synthesize and eject to outer space rare heavy elements, like gold, plutonium and uranium. The merged neutron stars form a black hole in this process.
Neutron stars are rare types of stars that are produced in supernova explosions when a regular star dies. Unlike regular matter that is composed from 50% neutron and 50% protons, neutron stars are made just from neutrons. Due to their strange composition, they are extremely dense: a teaspoon of neutron star matter weights about 100 million tons, and a neutron star of 10 km (smaller than the width of Jerusalem) weights about a million times the mass of Earth.
Shortly after the discovery of a binary neutron star pair in 1975, researchers realized that that such a pair would emit gravitational radiation and eventually merge. The question that Piran and colleagues asked in 1989 was: in addition to the gravitational radiation, what else will be emitted as a result of this merger?
They suggested that the merger will produce a burst of gamma-rays — which have the smallest wavelengths and the most energy of any other wave in the electromagnetic spectrum — and at the same time will synthesize and eject into outer space freshly synthesized heavy elements like gold, plutonium and uranium. The ultimate result will be a black hole.
This prediction, which Piran and colleagues published in Nature, was met with skepticism and initially ignored. However, Piran continued to work on it, and indirect evidence in its favor mounted over the years. These last observations confirm it without any doubt.
"I am exhilarated by this confirmation of a prediction we made nearly thirty years ago," said Prof. Tsvi Piran following today's announcement confirming his prediction. "I also remember how difficult it was to convince the scientific community of our idea: at the time it was against the standard model that was published even in freshman textbooks on astronomy. When we made this prediction in 1989, we did not expect it to be confirmed within our lifetimes. But with continued curiosity and the development of new technologies, we are able learn ever deeper truths about the nature of our Universe."
LIGO's observations have now confirmed that the recent event involved a binary neutron star merger, and the formation of a black hole. The Fermi satellite detected the predicted gamma-rays, and the optical observation confirmed the nucleosynthesis of heavy elements. All of this is published today in multiple research papers, with Piran's participation in several papers published in the journals Nature, Science and The Astrophysical Journal. These observations solve several puzzles that have bothered astronomers over the years, and open new ways to understand the nature of our Universe.
How nations flirt--very funny not to snious
G-d's plan for ageing.
Most seniors never get enough exercise. In His wisdom God decreed that seniors become forgetful so they would have to search for their glasses, keys, and other things, thus doing more walking. And God looked down and saw that it was good.
Then God saw there was another need. In His wisdom He made seniors lose coordination so they would drop things, requiring them to bend, reach, and stretch. And God looked down and saw that it was good.
Then God considered the function of bladders and decided seniors would have additional calls of nature, requiring more trips to the bathroom, thus providing more exercise. God looked down and saw that it was good.
So if you find as you age, you are getting up and down more, remember it's God's will. It is all in your best interest even though you mutter under your breath.
Nine Important Facts to Remember as We Grow Older
#9 Death is the number 1 killer in the world.
#8 Life is sexually transmitted.
#7 Good health is merely the slowest possible rate at which one can die.
#6 Men have 2 motivations: hunger and hanky panky, and they can't tell them apart. If you see a gleam in his eyes, make him a sandwich.
#5 Give a person a fish and you feed them for a day. Teach a person to use the Internet and they won't bother you for weeks, months, maybe years.
#4 Health nuts are going to feel stupid someday, lying in the hospital, dying of nothing.
#3 All of us could take a lesson from the weather. It pays no attention to criticism.
#2 In the 60's, people took LSD to make the world weird. Now the world is weird, and people take Prozac to make it normal.
#1 Life is like a jar of jalapeno peppers. What you do today may be a burning issue tomorrow.
Please share this wisdom with others while I go to the bathroom.