Tuesday, March 20, 2007

Надад онгод хайрлаач

Сvvлийн хэд хоног интернет гэдэг юмнаас хол тасархай єнжєєд єнєєдєр нэг RSS update хийтэл миний уншдаг байсан хэдэн блогийн бараг ихэнхид нь шинэ юм юу ч алга. Тэгэхээр би ч ганцаараа муу блогоо vхмэл байдалтай хаячихаагvй бололтой. Зєндєє олон аварга блогчид цаг зав нь болоогvй юм байлгvй сар жилээр нь сураг чимээ тасарсан байна. Хувь хvний volunteer ажил учир чи бич, би тэгвэл бичнэ гэж барьцаад байх бас хэцvv. Нэг бодлын хувьсал явагдаж байгаа юм шиг оронд нь шинэ шинэ мундаг блогчид хаа сайгvй тєржээ. Хvн бvр янз бvрээр сэтгэж янз бvрийн арга барилаар бичицгээх юм. Интернет дэх монгол агуулгыг ихэсгээд байна гэдэг утгаараа баяртай л мэдээ. Хэдхэн жилийн дараа монгол хэлээр хvссэн юмаа хайхад хангалттай илэрцvvд гарч ирэх єгєгдлийн санг бид vvсгэж байна. Тэр илэрцийг ихэсгэхэд томоохон хувь нэмэр оруулах хvмvvс нь єнєє л єєрсдийгєє магтах дуртай volunteer хэдэн блогчид бид юм шив дээ.
Бусад хvмvvст яадаг юм байгаа миний хувьд лав пост хийх санаа ингэж тєрдєг. Ямар нэгэн юм тохиолдох эсвэл унших, vзэх, бvр гудамжинд хэн нэгэнтэй тааралдахад л гялсхийсэн санаа тархинд зурайтал ороод ирдэг юм. Цааш нь vvнтэйгээ холбож vргэлжлvvлэн “бясалгасны” vр дvнд постын маань ерєнхий рам гараад ирнэ. Тэр vед л keyboard ойрхон байвал бушуухан хэдэн єгvvлбэр бичиж авна эсвэл тэмдэглэлийн дэвтэр дээрээ гол утга санаагаа бичиж авдаг. Дэвтэр олдохгvй бол заримдаа гаран дээрээ бичих хvртэл тохиолдол ч бий. Даанч ихэнх нvцгэн бодол маань vзэг дэвтэр keyboard хайх хооронд алга болчихдог учир пост хийх бодлоо орхихоос єєр аргагvйд хvрдэг. Энэ мартамхай занг уу.
Сvvлд нэг бичлэг биччихээд дахиад нэг тиймэрхvv часхийсэн санаа ороод ирдэггvй юм байх даа гэж хэд хоног хvлээсэн боловч миний онгод намайг хаяаад явсан бололтой. Хvний урманд шинэ санаа ч орж ирэхгvй юм, ядаж байхад сvvлийн нэг сар номын хуудас бараг нээж ч vзээгvй болохоор хvнд гайхуулчих юм ч байхгvй юм. Тэгээд л ямар сайндаа хvний цаг vрсэн ийм дэмий бичлэг бичиж суух вэ дээ. Гарьд магнай дээр “Очир ахаа миний бяр дуусчихажээ” гээд газар сэндийчээд суудаг шиг миний онгод дуусчихжээ. Ємнє нь бичиж байсан зvйлсээ хальт гvйлгээд хартал миний бичлэг єдєр ирэх тутам чанар нь муудаад байх шиг. Утга санаа, найруулгаас эхлээд л болохоо больжээ. “Энэ юуных вэ? Энэ хайрынх уу? Тийм ээ энэ бол хайрынхаа” гэдэг шиг хариултыг нь олж чадахгvй болмогц нєгєє муу “онгод” руу л хамаг буруугаа чихчих шив дээ.
Бусад блогчид харин яасан бол? Бvгд хаврын синдром нь хєдлєєд хайр сэтгэлээ хєєгєєд алга болов уу? Уг нь бvгд ажилтай ч гэсэн цаг завын тухай их бичдэг хvмvvс юм сан. Эсвэл минийх шиг онгодууд нь новшроод хаяаад явцгаачихав уу? Нэгэнтээ блог коммьюнити болоод явж байгаагаас хойш хэдvvлээ л бие биендээ урам єгч онгодыг нь дуудалцъя даа. За би эхэлнээ
Зээ Торой банди
Тогос чvлтэм
Тогоруу, Инга
Тулгат, Зоригт сонсоо
Дєлгєєн шиг атмандаж
Хишгээ шиг хийрхэхгvй
Ганбаа шиг гангалж
Галаарид шиг сураг тасралгvйгээр
Єєр єєрсдийн бодсон санаснаа
Yтэр тvргэн тоо vсэг болгон цохьсугай...гэж

Миний онгод эргээд ирэв vv яав энэ чинь. хэхэ


16 comments:

Док said...

бичсэн комментдоо хариу хайхаар орж иртэл юу вэ? тасархай авсан байшд

Док said...

бичих юм баймаар юм даа, Яагаав нөгөө ном энэ тэр гээд. Энэ чинь 3 сар ш дээ.
Огоо??? коммент бичээд хариу авахгүй нь гэцүү байна.

Док said...

Миний хувьд бас л адилхан. Санаагаа хурдан л тэмдэглээд ядаж ноороглоод орихигүй л бол алга болчоод байдаг. Энэ тухай Ганбаа сан бас бичсэн байсан, хөдөө явж байгаад холбооных нь нет-д суугаад зүдэрсэн гэж байсан санагдаж байна.

Док said...

Чиний онгод чинь орж дээ. Би 1 л удаа онгод орохыг мэдэрсэн
:-)

Док said...

1. эсэргүүцэл зарлаад
2. өөр өөр санаа байсан учир тус тусад нь тэмдэглэв

А.Ганбаатар said...

Би сүүлийн үед бас тийм постийн эрэлчин болчихсон байна лээ шдэ. Энэ тэнд сонин содон юм харагдуул тогтоож авчих гээд Хардны хэмжээ бага болохоор дүүрч гацаж энэ тэр балараад зөндөөг алга болгосон л доо.
Гэснээс ганц нэг гархи дэгээгээ авч хаядиймуу.
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Хэдүүлээ уул нь бие биендээ санаа авчихуйц оч хаяж байвал зүгээр юм даа тэ? Миний блогоор ороод санал асуулгийн санал асуулгад оролцоорой. Ганц нэг оч үсэргэчих санаатай л нэг юм мунгинасан ухаантайм.

А.Ганбаатар said...

аа нээрэн онгодыг чинь бас дуудалцая байз:
...Харсанаа бичихгүй
Хажуудахаа муулахгүй
Харцад ээлтэй
Хангайд түшигтэй... өө ашгүү миний онгод хүрээд ирлээ.

Хишгээ said...

харин камертоны 4 оос авахуулаад бүгд чимээгүй болчихлоо шүү. ноднингийн нацү башод бүгд л бужигнуулж байсан. хэхэ хүнийг хэлэлтгүй би өөрөө их муу бичиж байгаа

М.Огоо said...

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Ganbaad: chinii ongod harin maniihaas hamaagui chanartai orj irj bna uu ugui yu. Zarim neg garhi degee chini ug ni heregtei bolovch het olon bolohooroo udaan unshihaas ehleed asuudal ch ih shuu
Khishgee ah ta harin oird tun inactive bolchihood yasan be? suuld tavisan 2 bichlegen deer chini barildaan chini neg l garahgui bna lee. Esvel gurildaj hun amitnii blog ruu link zaagaad l :)

Anonymous said...

unshihad iluudehgui.

Sleep well before learning something new
18:00 11 February 2007
NewScientist.com news service
Roxanne Khamsi
Sleep deprivation can severely hamper the brain’s ability to learn, a new study demonstrates.

The experiment showed that people who fail to get a good night’s sleep before studying new information remember roughly 10% less than their well-rested counterparts. The researchers say it is “a worrying finding” considering the average amount of sleep people get each night is decreasing.

Seung-Schik Yoo at Harvard Medical School in Boston, Massachusetts, US, and colleagues asked 14 people to avoid sleeping one night by playing board games and checking email in the lab. The participants stayed awake until the next evening, when they had to view a sequence of 150 images – as their brains were scanned – before going home to sleep.

After two good nights’ rest, the participants returned to the lab thinking they would simply have to sign some papers. But researchers surprised them with a pop quiz: The subjects had to pick out the 150 images they had seen before from a series of 225 pictures.

They correctly identified 74% of the previously viewed images, on average. By comparison, another group who had a proper night’s rest before viewing the 150 images at the start of the experiment correctly identified 86% of these pictures in the pop quiz.

Nerve disruption
Brain images captured by an fMRI scanner when the test subjects had first viewed the pictures indicate that sleep deprivation diminishes activity in the hippocampus, a brain region involved in memory processing. “This study shows that the brain has to be well rested to receive and store information for memory processing,” says Yoo.

Studies in rats have shown that sleep deprivation can increase levels of stress hormone in the brain, which subsequently disrupts nerve activity in the hippocampus (see Can’t remember what you just read? Take a nap). Yoo says it could be possible that a similar mechanism causes memory deficits in sleep-deprived humans.

Previous studies have also shown that a full night’s rest after studying can improve learning. But Yoo says his new experiment is the first to demonstrate the importance of sleeping well before studying new information.

“How many hours of sleep is good enough? We don’t have the answer to that yet,” he adds.

Anonymous said...

shal demii yum, gehdee unshihad iluudehgui.
Instant Expert: Love
12:09 04 September 2006
NewScientist.com news service
John Pickrell, Lucy Middleton and Alun Anderson
The word love appears in many contexts: there’s maternal love, familial love, romantic love, sexual love, a wider love for fellow humans and religious love for God, to name but a few. Some cultures have ten or more words for different forms of love, and poets and songwriters always find myriad aspects of love to celebrate.

The science of love is still in its infancy. Yet scientists are beginning to get early insights into the nature and origin of love. We can now look inside human brains to view changing patterns of activity and biochemical changes that take place during love, explore diverse human experiences of love, study how we select mates and woo lovers, and look for the evolutionary roots of love.

Addicted to love
So what exactly is going on during the rollercoaster of euphoria and despair that is falling in love?

In the brain, romantic love shows similarities to going mildly insane or suffering from obsessive compulsive disorder. Studies show that when you first fall in love, serotonin levels plummet and the brain's reward centres are flooded with dopamine. This gives a high similar to an addictive drug, creating powerful links in our minds between pleasure and the object of our affection, and meaning we crave the hit of our beloved again and again.

Lust is driven by sex hormones such as testosterone, which can go off-kilter too. As can levels of the stress hormone cortisol, and the amphetamine-like chemical phenylethlyamine, increasing excitement.

Other hormones, oxytocin and vasopressin, kick in later and appear to be crucial for forming long-term partnerships. Couples who have been together for several years show increased brain activity associated with these chemicals, when they look at pictures of their partner. Oxytocin is produced when couples have sex and touch, kiss and massage each other - the hormone makes us more trusting, helps overcome "social fear" and is important for bonding.

Brain scans of people in love show that the old adage "love is blind" really is true. While the dopamine reward areas are excited in love, regions linked with negative emotions and critical social judgement switch off.

Sexual chemistry
Making the right choice when finding true love is an important business, so how do we go about selecting a mate?

Many factors add up to make us desirable to potential partners. There's the obvious stuff like symmetrical features and good skin - which showcase a healthy development, immune system and good genes. Women look for tall men with masculine faces, kindness, wealth and status. Men prefer young, fertile women with a low waist-to-hip ratio and who are not too tall. Neither sex is very keen on people who wear glasses.

Beauty can come at a price however.

Other factors are less obvious. Research suggests that humans are attracted to partners who resemble themselves and - slightly disconcertingly - their parents too. Smell appears to be important as well; people are often more attracted to the smell of those who have different combinations of some immune system (MHC) genes to themselves. Mates with dissimilar MHC genes produce healthier offspring that are better able to thwart disease. People with similar MHC genes even prefer the same perfumes.

Suitors of some species such as birds, and even mice, attract their mates with complex songs or showy displays. Intelligence and talent are prized by people too. As are expensive gifts and even cheap love tokens. Even being in a relationship can make you more attractive to potential mates.

Other factors are more random - a woman's attractiveness and pheromones can fluctuate with her hormone levels and menstrual cycle. As a consequence, taking the pill can inhibit a woman's ability to select an appropriate mate.

In concert, these many factors mean the path to true love can be somewhat unpredictable.

Many people with hectic lifestyles today are turning to the internet, online lonely hearts, dating websites and speed dating to help them track down a partner. Love by wire may have started much longer ago however. See here for six tips to woo your lover.

Love evolution
The various forms of love probably have a common evolutionary beginning, so where are scientists looking? Maternal love seems a good place to start. Biologically it makes perfect sense. In animals which help their offspring to survive, the bond is essential to passing the mother’s genes on to the next generation.

Again oxytocin may have an important role in the development of a bond between a mother and child. Another hormone, prolactin, may prime both mothers and fathers for parenthood.

Unlike maternal love, monogamous bonds between males and females are pretty rare in mammals. Less than 5% are monogamous, and there is no clear pattern to help explain why it occasionally appears. Monogamy, it appears, is mostly for the birds.

It seems that in those rare mammals that do practise it, evolution stole the biochemistry and neural tricks that bond mother to infant and reinstalled them, so as to bind male and female together. One study of prairie voles shows that a species could be turned from promiscuous to devoted with a change in a single gene related to vasopressin.

Whatever romantic love's origins and purpose, long-term relationships are certainly important in keeping us content and happy.

And love is not only restricted to partnerships between men and women. Though gay relationships are different in some ways, they could be the glue that holds societies together.

Heart-breaking
Unfortunately, it's not all wine and roses when it comes to love. Ecstasy, euphoria, elation and contentment may be accompanied by jealousy, rage, rejection, and hatred.

Falling in love may have evolved because people who focus their attention on a single ideal partner save time and energy, therefore improve their chances of survival and reproduction. Unfortunately, this also means people are pre-disposed to terrible suffering when jilted by their beloved.

Painful emotions develop when the reward centres of the brain, associated with the dopamine high of falling in love, fail to get their hit. Paradoxically when we get dumped we tend to love back even harder, as the brain networks and chemicals associated with love increase. First we protest and attempt to win the beloved back. Panic also kicks in as we feel something akin to the separation anxiety experiences by young mammals abandoned by their mothers.

Then love can turn to anger and hate, as the regions associated with reward are closely linked to rage in the brain. Finally when jilted lovers are resigned to their fate, they will often enter into prolonged periods of depression and despair.

These negative emotions can spawn anything from obsession and domestic violence to stalking and even murder of supposed loved ones.

While such behaviours may be classed as pathological, and perhaps rare, the truth is that they are closer to home than we dare contemplate. Passion’s thrills resemble obsessive-compulsive disorder, but in some people, love can conjure up something much more sinister.

The chances of a relationship succeeding would seem to be difficult to predict, but one study suggests that divorce may be partially genetically predetermined. There are even mathematical formulas for predicting the chances of divorce - and for equitably dividing up possessions.

Nevertheless, psychologists have some simple tips for making our relationships last.

Confidence of Youth said...

Юу болж байна энэ чинь яаж амьдрахын гэж ГАЙС 666-н нэг дуу байдаг байхаа? Нээрээ сүржин дуу шүү. хэхэх

Anonymous said...

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Док said...

онгод чинь ирчихсэн биз дээ, хурдлахгүй юм уу?

A.Амарсайхан said...

Нээрээ өнөөдөр Огоогийн бичлэгийг харсан чинь онгод орчихлоо.
Маргааш нөгөөдрөөс Нана, Цахирмаа, Чариот гурвын шаардсаны дагуу блогчин эмэгтэйчүүдийн төлөөлөлд зориулсан өгүүллэг бэлэн болгоно оо.

A.Амарсайхан said...

Галаарид ах маань номыг хэд хэдээр нь ихэрлүүлж гаргах гээд өдөр шөнөгүй сууж байгаа. Над руу хааяа нэг утасдаж байна. Би ч анхаарлыг нь утасны хонхоор сарниулахгүй гээд залгахгүй байгаа.