It shows how little we still know when it comes to early childhood education (the first 4-5 years) and how it can impact the success a child will have after they are adults.
should appreciate it. Given how he hates seeing kids with tablets and smartphones.
It doesn't delve too deep into the moral question, but rather shows the general interest of certain individuals in finding a way to extend life, despite the questions looming on what would happen if everyone would have said life extension.
Can't wait to test a few of these places.
This might mean that our memories might be encoded in more than our neural connections. Either way, this has been quite an interesting read for me.
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