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2017 Nobel Prize on molecular mechanisms controlling circadian rhythms

Old 2nd Oct 2017, 14:20
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2017 Nobel Prize on molecular mechanisms controlling circadian rhythms

Scientists share prize awarded for discoveries of molecular mechanisms controlling circadian rhythms – the body’s inner clock – fundamental to human health
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Will Regulators or Airline Execs acknowledge the now proved associated risks?
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will drivers keep using this as an excuse?

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Did you know that the circadian rhythm of astronauts changes when in space from the 24hrs on earth to 24.6hrs. This also happens to be the length of a Martian day.

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Originally Posted by SpringHeeledJack View Post
Did you know that the circadian rhythm of astronauts changes when in space from the 24hrs on earth to 24.6hrs. This also happens to be the length of a Martian day.
Interesting. In US nuclear submarines on patrol, the standard work day was 18 hours long for several decades. That is in the process of changing back to a 24 hour day now.
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In US nuclear submarines on patrol, the standard work day was 18 hours long for several decades. That is in the process of changing back to a 24 hour day now.
Would that be 12 hours on and 6 hours off? - or 18 hours on and 6 hours off?
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Does that mean that the USAF will change their go and slow pills?
Wait a sec, why are we discussing aviation content on JB? Have we lost the plot?
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