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Jiddu Krishnamurti: When AI and Bioengineering merge together.

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The lambs spent four weeks in the external wombs and seemed to develop normally.

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"In psychology, physiology, and medicine, wherever a debate between the mystics and the scientifics has been once for all decided, it is the mystics who have usually proved to be right about the facts, while the scientifics had the better of it in respect to the theories."
— William James

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PDF: ZEN-BRAIN REFLECTIONS; James H. Austin, M.D.

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Attempts to distill the essence of “selfhood” have occupied philosophers for centuries. Consensus has been fleeting at best, but is likely to get even harder as genetic tools allow us to tweak our bodies and potentially our minds.

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Neuralink’s goal its to create a “digital tertiary layer” to augment the brain’s current cortex and limbic layers — a radical high-bandwidth, long-lasting, biocompatible, bidirectional communicative, non-invasively implanted system made up of micron-size (millionth of a meter) particles communicating via the cloud and internet to achieve super-fast communication speed and increased bandwidth (carrying more information).

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Stan Grof on The Potential of Holotropic States for Emotional Healing and Spiritual Growth.

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Thinking more effectively may mean thinking more slowly.

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Can we really elevate our brains to some kind of higher state of consciousness? New research suggests it might be possible – scientists have spotted evidence of a sustained and previously unobserved increase in neural signal diversity in people under the influence of psychedelic drugs.

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Computer scientists analysed thousands of the images using deep learning programs and found relationships between the locations of cellular structures. They then used that information to predict where the structures might be when the program was given just a couple of clues, such as the position of the nucleus. The program ‘learned’ by comparing its predictions to actual cells.
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