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If you care about police brutality, you care even when “your team” needs to be held accountable.
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This is fascinating.  I can only expect it to be exhibited in psychology classes for years to come - hetero people crying that gay people now have one of the same rights as them.

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Peace. You're incredible, Mr. Smith. Much love, blessings, and appreciation.

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Very surprised at all the young people (college-aged to mid-20s) I met last week who smoke big tobacco's poison still in the second decade of the 21st century. Most of them were political activists, who for whatever reason, more commonly tend to, non-intuitively, have this behavior. More disappointing still were a couple of the guys from Sprout (a project space made up of MIT alumni) with electronic cigarettes - one of whom told me he alternates consumption of caffeine or nicotine weekly to self-medicate himself for ADHD as there has been a shortage of amphetamine for months now.
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I know, dude. You're just fond of the beneficial studies. lol

BTW, I was looking into chocolate vs. caffeine yesterday. Caffeine constricts the blood vessels in your brain, but chocolate (specifically, dark chocolate with a high cocoa percentage and minimal sugar) increases blood flow to the brain, while having more caffeine. haha

I haven't taken in caffeine in a few weeks, but am starting a regime of a couple squares of dark chocolate per day after waking, or mid-afternoon, to increase brain-blood flow.
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We are close to welcoming our 4.000th member of The NeuroNetwork who will receive 250$ worth of books! Sign up now at http://ow.ly/9MA5J

The NeuroNetwork is a multidimensional professional networking site dedicated to those working, studying, or simply interested in the science of the brain. We welcome those with personal and professional interests in neuroscience, neurology, psychology, and all related areas -- those studying neural activities in invertebrates up to the human brain, including brain-like systems and networks.
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March 16, 2012 - 8am-5pm - Streaming openly (free) online

A special introduction by
Paul Kurtz, PhD, from Institute for Science and Human Values

*Neural Mechanisms of Values
Gregory Berns PhD, from Emory University

*Will, Narrative, and Personal Responsibility
William Casebeer PhD, from Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency

*What Neuroscience Tells Us About Morality
Patricia Churchland PhD, from University of California San Diego

*Neuroethics as Meta-ethics: Avoiding Icarus’ Folly
Symposium Chair James Giordano PhD, from Center for Neurotechnology Studies, Potomac Institute for Policy Studies, University of New Mexico, University of Oxford

*Neuroimaging and the Values of Neuroscience
Eric Racine PhD, from Neuroethics Research Unit, Institut de recherches cliniques de Montréal

*The New Ethics of Neuroethics
John Shook PhD, from University of Buffalo
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"That Beyhive will come for us.", "The Beyhive will kill us." :D

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"30 Days to Life" is clearly the best web series of all time.  ;)   Thank you and Blessings!!!!

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Thanks.  I admit I was looking for a way to run iPhone apps on OS X.  It's unfortunate that the GPS thought my location was on the other side of the country.

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A chart that explains which fish have the most Omega-3s and which fish have the most mercury: http://wapo.st/IgoZpW
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How Mind Emerges from Brain

In the latest episode of the +Brain Science Podcast , +Ginger Campbell presents a detailed discussion of respected neuroscientist Michael S. Gazzaniga latest book Who's in Charge?: Free Will and the Science of the Brain where Dr. Gazzaniga explores how the discoveries of neuroscience impact how we see ourselves as human beings.

Listen here : http://goo.gl/DXepR
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Have a good weekend!
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