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Your Hidden Censor: What Your Mind Will Not Let You See: Scientific American.
I can remember a time in the 70s, when I lived on a suburban street with 55 other kids. We all knew each other, it made great hide and seek games and kick the can games possible, and you could … Continue reading
I think the take away here is: your brain can be trained. And it should be trained from a young age, when connections in the brain are still being formed and it is relatively malleable. Studies have also shown that … Continue reading
Interesting article. Shades of Total Recall (just saw the trailer for the new one, looks more like the book intended it to look). And since I am talking movies, if you haven’t seen Amelie, you should 🙂 How to Use … Continue reading
Funny how all those things that people used to give others a hard time about, staying up late, sleeping in, daydreaming, etc… turn out to be indicators of a more nimble and useful mind. I guess it was all just … Continue reading
Inside the Brain: A Journey Through Time | Brain Imaging Advances | Neurons & Neuroscience | LiveScience.
Interesting article, but once again a misleading headline. What they are talking about is not necessarily ’emotion’ per se, it is more like intuition. We do remember large chunks of data better when there is a especially positive or negative … Continue reading
Very interesting by the time it gets around to the actual pill part of the story. Take the pill, sit back and remember something, and as you remember it, it will be erased. Also interesting is the debunking of the … Continue reading
I have been waiting for this to come back around again. I seem to remember an even earlier study (one that would probably seem politically incorrect today) where, among other things – like upside-down goggles and REM sleep disruption – … Continue reading