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Spin Cycles Satiate

Bacon feels that silence nourishes wisdom, the spin cycle that I refer to in the titled responsion is a reference the regenerative function of sleep for the spindles in our brain.

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Spin Cycles Satiate

Silence is the sleep that nourishes wisdom.

- Sir Francis Bacon (1561-1626)

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Existential Extinction is Silencing the Silent - A planksip® Tragedy All Around Us

Existential Extinction is Silencing the Silent - A planksip® Tragedy All Around Us

Spin Cycles Satiate

Bacon feels that silence nourishes wisdom, the spin cycle that I refer to in the titled responsion is a reference the regenerative function of sleep for the spindles in our brain. It's true that your IQ drops as soon as you open you mouth to speak. The silent observer may have more to say than the one that speaks for the sake of speaking.


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