Art and Scientology

Developments and innovations in architecture to the development of the skyscraper with it’s steel-and-reinforced-concrete construction to the architectural response to environmental change – have consistently been driven by scientific and technological advances.

Looking from the Scientology perspective, they also have some information about what is real-canon or canon in general subjects, but it may also refrained other by-products. Part of scientology canon some of the story itself is unpublished, and the copies and summaries circulating around the internet especially the Rotten Tomatoes are considered as “unofficial” debate. However L Ron Hubbard intended the story in question to be a dramatized account of events that are pivotal to the scientologist’s belief system.

From a superficial point of view, art and science seem to be opposite poles of human endeavor:

Art creates imaginative spaces designed to evoke an emotional response in the viewer. Science seeks rational, objective and quantifiable description of the real world.

Both artists and scientists are acutely sensitive to the events and phenomena of existence and they are dedicated to illuminating the nature of reality.

As the founder L. Ron Hubbard also put it this way that most of his Scientology promotes in numerous cultures that are clearly demonstrating non-violently towards the artwork, because for myself I don’t hate Tom Cruise or any other celebrities use their scientology as their beliefs or values in place of their hearts:

Celebrities are very Special people and have a very distinct line of dissemination. They have comm[unication] lines that others do not have and many medias to get their dissemination through (Flag Order 3323, 9 May 1973)

There are some members of scientologist who are deceased such as Sonny Bono made a terrible outbreak for his outcomes in what he believed towards others. Sonny Bono was a entertainer and congressman (R-CA 44th). Identified among “notable Scientologists” in the 2007 edition of the book Extraordinary Groups: An Examination of Unconventional Lifestyles by authors William W. Zellner and Richard T. Schaefer. Identified as a Scientologist by his ex-wife, however she stated that “Sonny did try to break away at one point, and they made it very difficult for him”. The Church of Scientology denied any estrangement with Bono what he have done.

The main reason why some members wanted to leave Church of Scientology and stopped believing in it, because it promotes violence towards Carmen Llywelyn who is an actor and photographer, she told that scientology was essentially the act of brainwashing and despite fear of retribution and humiliation, have come forward to tell their experiences why some of them left Scientology for good reason. http://gawker.com/why-i-left-scientology-1703997050 https://www.msn.com/en-nz/entertainment/celebrity/13-celebrities-who-left-scientology/ar-AAaCWvn#page=1

Many celebrities that you already know are considered practical to be scientology, while for the most of formal use are dangerous to the reality. Most people can learn that scientology should never be applied to formal life especially for an hard-nosed businessman in which how they seek are offensive. One of the chairman of Clinton Foundation family members are founded for scientology. This one reason why Bill Clinton are not considered to be president of United States in the White House, but he still considered to among World’s Famous Leaders and celebrities gossip.

Here’s the thing about Scientology they are not considered as hacktivist nor resistance, however scientologist does have an complete background of history and literature through safe education among some of the world who are truly great resistance. Hubbard-inspired organizations and their classification are often a point of contention. Germany classified Scientology groups as an “anti-constitutional sect” (verfassungsfeindliche Sekte). In France, scientology groups have been classified as a cult by some parliamentary reports for those that are rather being of formal businessman.

In fact, you will also noticed how much of your favorite science-fantasy fiction are well prominent in artworks and acceptance by the law of scientology. These science-fiction arts and scientology includes Star Wars, Star Trek, Marvel, DC as well as many others attributes claimed their own universe of independence.

   

 

 

6 Questions Regarding Weight Training For Teenage Swimmers

I would like to thanks Dr. G. John Miller to answer this kind of questions to swimmers about weight training and so many other aspect of dryland workouts even out of water. Here he gave an well comprehensive scientifically written about combining the weight training and swimming workout. Many of the teenagers swimmers are still learning in both of life such as their personal aspect and how to be an competitive athlete who can achieve their Olympic dream.

Weight training is another different aspect of fitness practice that are mostly done in gym. About more than three quarters of swimmers life are involved with the swimming pool and if they were given to do dryland workout, many swim coach will wanted swimmers to stay doing workout on the deck or even somewhere outside to do muscular training. Muscular training for swimmers help to build their muscle and body tone. Weight training only applies one to three times in a given week on their schedule.

Originally posted Feb. 4, 2015

Back to resistance training for teenage swimmers. Here are the most common questions regarding resistance training for teenage swimmers:

Is it safe? In all honesty, it often isn’t. This doesn’t mean it can’t be safe with proper guidance, progressions and supervision, but if a swim coach with no education in resistance training is teaching weightlifting to your growing child, I’d argue it isn’t safe. Just because you lift weights or did as a swimmer doesn’t make it safe. A proper program is safe, but must start with many basics and progress to weight training. Once again, when done properly with proper guidance, weight training scientifically is safe for all ages; however you must be able to perform proper body weight form correctly, master all body weight exercises first, then progress to weight training. Also, performing some type of lower-body loading (i.e. body weight training, weight training, jumping) during years of maturation is likely beneficial for preventing low bone mineral density (BMD) in the hips. This increases the risk of osteoporosis and fractures later in life. These formative years are a huge opportunity for bone growth and health! Too often, people are allowed to lift weights on a club team once they reach a certain age. It’s like magic, you turn 16, time to lift weights! This is similar to giving a kid a car without driving lessons at 16. Just because they are a certain age doesn’t make them competent and safe. I’ve worked with some young groups of kids who I’ve given resistance training (often bands, but sometimes weights), but only after they’ve mastered all body weight movements, demonstrated safe biomechanics, and needed further overload for improvement.

Does it help swimming? In all honesty, it hasn’t been scientifically proven. However, few things are scientifically proven in swimming or sport, as results are very individual. If you are looking for a detailed breakdown of all the resistance training in swimmers, read this piece. Just remember, many of these resistance training programs are dated and similar to the programs Gustafson, myself, and many others performed. Nonetheless, I believe dryland is beneficial for many things — swimming performance being one of them — but if you don’t, then don’t do it! A poorly-designed dryland program is likely more harmful and wasteful than not doing one (at least have them perform another sport or run around so they can develop BMD, see above).

If Not weight training, then what? A well-designed dryland program must be a unified and consistent program within an entire club. Many clubs have their coaches run their programs separate from one another, resulting in confused swimmers as they progress through programs. Ideally, a club should provide a progressive program from the time children enter the program to the time they leave. This well-planned program must start with the basics: dynamic warm-up, coordination, games, and biomechanics. Next, improving strength, power, and improving muscular imbalances are the next key areas. It should build on these principles, preventing muscular imbalances, while continually developing strength without creating habitual soreness. Once movement mastery with challenging body weight exercises in varying planes of motion occurs, then consider weight training.

Should we run for dryland? If you are looking to burn calories and cause fatigue, which is the goal of some groups/individuals on swim teams, then run. However, dryland is a practice, just like swimming. You should have a purpose and goal for everything in your dryland program, especially the elite athletes. This simple shift in mindset can help tremendously, as most swimmers don’t need more of a workout, they need a practice. Like renowned strength coach Pavel Tstatsouline says, “if you want a workout, run up a hill.”

Will I get too bulky? Weight lifting can certainly put on muscle. Some feel more mass can benefit certain swimmers by increasing their potential for force production and/or increase surface areas for grabbing water. Others feel it adds unwanted resistance in the water, resulting in drag. Luckily, there are methods for increasing strength with putting on muscle mass and without putting on muscle mass. If you are looking for the latter, performing low volume, high-intensity lifts, but not to failure. This routine can build power and strength without adding excess muscle mass. This type of training is also the most supported in the literature for improving maximal swimming velocity.

Will I get too stiff? One misconception about resistance training is the idea that resistance training reduces mobility. Resistance training can certainly cause soreness by causing muscular damage believed to result from the cross-bridging of actin and myosin, especially during the eccentric phase of a lift. This soreness will acutely limit motion and the sensation of “stiffness.” However, resistance training over a longer period appears not to reduce range of motion and more likely facilitates greater range of motion when combined with static stretching. Therefore, if you are worried about becoming stiff, start with light weights, have a low lifting volume, and start when stiffness is less vital (during the off-season, although a brief window for most). Then progress slowly, hopefully through a progressive approach set-up at your club from the age-group to the senior level.