Biological Clocks introduces the subject of human chronobiology. It describes biological clocks; why we have clocks; how biological clocks relate to sleep disorders, depression, and jet lag; and how the reader can measure his/her own rhythms.More useful than this book would be a watch, or a watch function, or a recorder that would measure and display your rhythm. This is ... Plus Ultra I am writing this about twenty minutes from a concrete castle named Fonthill that is in Doylestown. Fonthill is the concrete confection of Henry Chapman Mercer. He created a live-in sculpture with a book written in tiles on the floors and ceilings and walls. One ofanbsp;...
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