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Do you have Good Ideas? Or Thoughts?

A thought experiment is when you have an idea and take that idea to its logical end through rules and parameters that already exist or develop as the thought experiment matures. Mostly through conversation and the use of verbal experimentation and arguments. The purpose of having thought …

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Brain Fitness Software Programs to Help Individuals From All Age Groups Have a Better Mental Health

The most complex body organ is the brain. In fact, it is extremely complicated to comprehend it fully. An inexplicable biological system exists in the brain consisting of various neurotransmitters & chemicals. The whole human system is controlled by the brain, so any issues with the brain …

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Do You Have IAD – Internet Addiction Disorder?

Opportunity for content creators has never been as great as it is today. The potential, moving forward, is unlimited. Profit margins are incredibly high, market reach beyond anything we’ve ever seen and new markets emerging every day. That’s the great news. The bad news is this; with so many …

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IF YOU CAN’T KEEP AN OPEN MIND, ARE YOU SURE YOU HAVE ONE? BY Bill Cottringer “Being ignorant is not so much a shame, as being unwilling to learn.” ~Benjamin Franklin. Here are the few important realities in life that have held to be true long enough to be the exception to this …

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Challenging work tasks may have an upside for the brain

Professionals whose jobs require more speaking, developing strategies, conflict resolution and managerial tasks may experience better protection against memory and thinking decline in old age than their co-workers, according to a new study.

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Do Rats Have Free Will?

New research on the neural basis of ‘spontaneous’ actions in rats could shed light on the philosophical mystery that is human ‘free will’. The study, just published in Nature Neuroscience, is called Neural antecedents of self-initiated actions in secondary motor cortex. It’s from researchers Masayoshi Murakami and colleagues of Portugal’s excellently-named Champalimaud Centre for the […]

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