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  1. Since the rise of man (and woman), it was in our nature to understand the ways of nature to better our survival. It was inevitable that we take this instinctual drive to understand nature and push it to its logical conclusion: To have a complete understanding of the atomic order of the universe and then, through our vast knowledge, bend it to our will. To live like gods! But I am tortured by the question “What then?” Hypothetically, if one were to acquire all the knowledge there is to be acquired about the universe, what is that person left to do for the rest of his/her existence? Play ping pong? I think it is the mystery of reality that keeps our lives fulfilling. The fact that we don’t have all the answers gives us a reason to live.
  2. I've also been researching the affects of electromagnetic radiation (such as that from cell phones, laptops, microwave ovens and so on) and it is said massive exposure to this radiation can contribute of mental fatigue, increased difficulty of concentration, and loss of sleep. I've noticed this myself in which I live in the city where we are exposed to large amounts of electromagnetic radiation on a daily basis. But when I go to camping up in northern Michigan, where it is mostly wilderness, I sleep like a log. I imagine that chemical polution also plays a significant role in this.
  3. Easier said than done. But, hey, I'll give it a shot! I whole-heartily agree here. And in fact, I’d go as far as to say that that is not only beneficial to one’s sleep, but also beneficial to a person’s mental well-being altogether.
  4. Yeah, I've tried that, but it doesn't seem to be very affective for me.
  5. What’s the trick to sleeping? At night, I usually lie in bed for hours before I finally doze off. The harder I try to sleep, the longer it takes. On the other hand, I’ve watched, with jealousy, people fall asleep within a matter of seconds! What am I missing here? Is there a trick to it? And don’t tell me to count sheep, that never works!
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