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They missed a few :D

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Ingress players around the world have helped the police solve crimes and has reportedly reduced the occurance of crimes in areas where there are portals. This isn't the first player we have known to have lost, but to be lost in such an act of violence.. We will be observing 5 minutes of silence in memory. 
Today, Friday December 4th we will be observing an all comms, Five Minute Moment of Silence to honor the fallen agent @kojen who passed away after the San Bernardino Shooting. Please spread the word that both factions will be honoring his memory tomorrow by ceasing all activities beginning at eleven AM pacific, the time of the shootings occurred. Thank you all in advance for your support in honoring a fellow Ingress Agent.
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+John Romero Remember that discussion,what, 10 years ago now?
The brain does two things that are of particular importance to the present theory. First, the brain uses a method that most neuroscientists call attention. Lacking the resources to process everything at the same time, the brain focuses its processing on a very few items at any one time. Attention is a data-handling trick for deeply processing some information at the expense of most information. Second, the brain uses internal data to construct simplified, schematic models of objects and events in the world. Those models can be used to make predictions, try out simulations, and plan actions.

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hey found that although brain size was highly heritable in both species, the organization of the cerebral cortex—especially in areas involved in higher-order cognition functions—was much less genetically controlled in humans than in chimps. One potential explanation for this difference, according to the researchers, is that because our brains are less developed than those of our primate cousins at birth, it creates a longer period during which we can be molded by our surroundings.

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