Study the medical aspects involved and you'll have lots of knowledge that is inapplicable to the experience of skydiving. This analogy is a pale example of how these studies really miss the point. And anyone who comments about these experiences without having tried them is truly blowing hot air with no valuable substance at all.
I could describe in detail and pontificate for a decade and you would still not have any grasp of what these experiences are like. You simply cannot, and are being foolish if you think otherwise.
And mushrooms (preferably as tea) are the best.
Spiders are related to crabs. Are these things big enough to try my crabcake recipes on? A quick boil with some old bay should remove the hair...
This will cut down on house fires, which is certainly good.
It's also progress towards something I've wanted for decades: An automatic closet. When I get undressed I want to just toss my clothes at the closet and have it launder, dry, and fold or hang them as appropriate, hopefully doing it quietly enough to not bother my sleep.
I actually don't mind the cleaning and drying part - just a robot to put them away would be awesome.
While standing next to my 75 year-old complainant, Jared yelled the word "fuck" and clearly disturbed her peace.
As an outsider to the US — who is seriously envious of the 1st Amendment — how is this even an arrest-able office? Given that 43% Slashdot readers describe themselves as liberal/libertarian I doubt that many will support this — especially as Smith is only accused of shouting "fuck", not verbally abusing the lady — but is it likely the Sherif's office actually have a case?
It's not the proximity of another moon that produces tidal forces. Just going around Saturn is enough to produce the stresses that induce heat. We can't match the heat output in our models yet because we don't have enough data on the composition of Enceladus or the size of it's ocean(s). We can't even characterize how much heat comes from nuclear decay in our own core; we're just guessing about other planets and moons. Some of Europa's heat comes from the high radiation and strong magnetic fields in the Jupiter system, so the accuracy of your claim that it's heat matches only tidal stresses is doubtful.
Dream recall directly correlates with how much zinc and b6 you get in your diet. b6 is water soluble, zinc needs to build up a serum level. Funny thing; cum is high in zinc, and most men on western diets are deficient in zinc. I know in my teens and twenties I put out LOTS of cum on a daily basis, enough to rival most girls monthly periods, yet all the hype about women getting enuf iron never mentions men getting zinc. Try taking 50mgs of b6 and 30mgs of Zn for a week or so. Take them at lunchtime, not just before bed. You may be surprised. I admit it may have been psychosomatic, but the first time I took them I had so many dreams the next morning felt like it was 3 days later.
What's been proven is that 8 hours in one block is far too much. The natural sleep cycle is 7 hours, with about 1.5 hours spent awake just past the halfway point. It's also seasonal, requiring a bit more sleep in winter than summer. Your data is out of date.
No amount of careful planning will ever replace dumb luck.