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Think about how much more you could get done without the pain of wearing heels or having to sweat through a suit.Some evidence to bring up to your boss: According to a new report published in Neuroradiology, wearing a tie might be limiting workers’ creative abilities.It’s thought that wearing a tie squeezes the neck veins and limits the blood flow, potentially slowing down the brain’s processing and limiting your thinking skills.Scientists at the University scanned the brains of 30 healthy young men, 15 of whom were instructed to wear comfortable open collared shirts, and the other 15 who were asked to wear ties in a Windsor knot, tightened to a point of slight discomfort.They found that the group wearing ties had 7.5% less blood flow to their brain. Whoa.ICYMI, John Galliano wants us to wear our iPhones in ankle holstersFirst off, the sample size is teeny tiny a group of 30 men is not enough to generalise to the wider public.The researchers deliberately asked men to wear their ties at a point of slight discomfort, which may not be the way the average man would wear theirs although perhaps it is a warning against tying your tie too tightly.The study also didn’t go into the actual impact of reduced blood flow, such as analysing people’s reaction times and decision making skills. While we know that reduced blood flow can reduce brain function, we don’t know for sure that the small reduction in blood flow caused by a tight tie would actually have an effect.But do feel free to present this to your boss if you’re making an anti tie presentation.
The floors of these homes were paved with ‘ili’ili (rounded basalt pebbles); woven lauhala mats were laid over the paving. The marine shell on the floor was from the meals eaten there.6) Lua ahi (fire pit): Similar to an imu or earthen oven, food was cooked in these pits.7) Papamu: The game of konane (checkers) was played on this stone board.8) Rock Shelter: At various times, rock shelters were used for habitation and protection fron the wind and rain. The early settlers probably lived in such shelters before building their thatched hale..