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Neuronal activity in the prefrontal cortex represents every experience as “novel.” The neurons adapt their activity accordingly, even if the new experience is very similar to a previous one.
That is the main finding of a study conducted by researchers from MedUni Vienna’s Division of Cognitive Neurobiology and recently published in the leading journal Nature Communications.
As far as the brain is concerned, every experience is unique, no matter how similar it is to an earlier one. The neurons in the prefrontal cortex will be active each time, just as if the experience was entirely new explains study author Hugo Malagon-Vina from the Division of Cognitive Neurobiology at MedUni Vienna’s Center for Brain Research.
Potential neuronal activity “mismatching” during this process might lead to the phenomenon of déjà vu, explains Malagon-Vina.
This has now been demonstrated by the MedUni Vienna researchers for the first time, using an animal model. They recorded and analysed the activity of around 300 neurons.

Nothing is ever perceived in the same way twice
Of course, there is memory says Malagon-Vina. But the brain needs flexibility, so that it can constantly adapt. This is achieved by each event being perceived as new.
From a philosophical perspective, says the MedUni Vienna researcher, an analogous explanation is provided by a quote from the old Greek philosopher Heraclitus: No man ever steps in the same river twice, for it’s not the same river and he’s not the same man. Malagon-Vina explains that He (Heraclitus) was referring to the ambiguity that deliberate actions and plans are never perceived in the same way, no matter how similar they were to each other.
At the same time, this flexibility, and the experience of uniqueness, allows people to experience feelings of joy or surprise or the so-called “wow” effect, says Malagon-Vina.
The results also show that the brain is able to perceive lifelong experiences as something new, so long as the neuronal activity is not impaired by a disease.
According to the MedUni Vienna brain researcher, this is an argument in favour of staying mentally active into old age. Neurons are always ready to “adapt” in the face of new knowledge and to process new experiences as unique.

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Schizophrenia may have evolved as an unwanted side effect of the development of the complex human brain, a new study has found.
The study identified changed gene expression in the area of the brain that is most different between humans and animals, including our closest species, non-human primates.
Published by the Nature publishing journal, Schizophrenia, the study was undertaken by a group of researchers from Swinburne, The Florey Institute of Neuroscience & Mental Health and University of Melbourne. It reveals major changes in gene expression in the frontal area of the brains of those with schizophrenia.
This is the area of our brain that evolved latest and most sets us apart from other species says Professor Brian Dean of Swinburne’s Centre for Mental Health and the Florey Institute.
There is the argument that schizophrenia is an unwanted side effect of developing a complex human brain and our findings seem to support that argument.

A genetic susceptibility
Schizophrenia is now thought to occur in people with a genetic susceptibility after they encounter a harmful environmental factor such as premature birth or drug use.
It’s thought that schizophrenia occurs when environmental factors trigger changes in gene expression in the human brain. Though this is not fully understood, our data suggests the frontal area of the brain is severely affected by such changes says Professor Dean.
While undertaking the research, Professor Dean’s team conducted a post-mortem human brain study in which they compared gene expression between 15 patients with schizophrenia and 15 without.
In the instance of brains from people known to have had schizophrenia, the team found 566 instances of altered gene expression in the most frontal pole part of the brain, and fewer changes in proximal regions.
These brain areas are known to mediate schizophrenia-related traits says Professor Dean.

A key finding in this study is a pathway containing 97 differentially-expressed genes that contains a number of potential drug treatment targets that could particularly affect people with schizophrenia.
A better understanding of changes in this pathway could suggest new drugs to treat the disorder says Professor Dean.
The study paints a complex picture of the causes of schizophrenia, he says but it suggests modern technologies can be used to help unravel these complexities.

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Primary schoolchildren who have been raised in homes surrounded by more greenspace tend to present with larger volumes of white and grey matter in certain areas of the brain. Those anatomic differences are in turn associated with beneficial effects on cognitive function.
This is the main conclusion of a study published in Environmental Health Perspectives and led by the Barcelona Institute for Global Health (ISGlobal) a center supported by the “la Caixa” Foundation, in collaboration with the Hospital del Mar (Spain) and the UCLA Fielding School of Public Health (UCLA FSPH).
The study was performed in a subcohort of 253 schoolchildren from the BREATHE project in Barcelona (Spain). Lifelong exposure to residential greenspace was estimated using satellite-based information on the children’s addresses from birth up through to the time of the study. Brain anatomy was studied using high-resolution 3D magnetic resonance images (MRI). Working memory and inattentiveness were evaluated with computerized tests.

This is the first study that evaluates the association between long-term exposure to greenspace and brain structure says Dr. Payam Dadvand ISGlobal researcher and leading author of the study.
Our findings suggest that exposure to greenspace early in life could result in beneficial structural changes in the brain.
The data analysis showed that long-term exposure to greenness was positively associated with white and grey matter volume in some parts of the brain that partly overlapped with those associated with higher scores on cognitive tests. Moreover, peak volumes of white and grey matter in the regions associated with greenspace exposure predicted better working memory and reduced inattentiveness.
Contact to nature has been thought to be essential for brain development in children. A previous study of 2,593 children ages 7 to 10 from the BREATHE project showed that, during the 12-month course of the study, children who attended schools with higher outdoor greenspace had a greater increase in working memory and a greater reduction in inattentiveness than children who attended schools with less surrounding greenness.
The Biophilia hypothesis suggests an evolutionary bond of humans to nature. Accordingly, green spaces are suggested to provide children with opportunities for psychological restoration and prompt important exercises in discovery, creativity and risk taking, which, in turn, are suggested to positively influence different aspects of brain development.
Furthermore, greener areas often have lower levels of air pollution and noise and may enrich microbial inputs from the environment, all of which could translate into indirect benefits for brain development.

The study adds to growing evidence suggesting that early life exposure to green space and other environmental factors can exert measurable and lasting effects on our health through the life course says co-author Michael Jerrett department chair and professor of Environmental Health Sciences at the UCLA Fielding School of Public Health.
These results also might provide clues on how such structural changes could underlie the observed beneficial effects of greenspace exposure on cognitive and behavioral development explains Dr. Jesus Pujol from the Radiology unit at Hospital del Mar and co-author of the study.
This study adds to the existing evidence about the benefits of transforming our cities by increasing access to the natural environment says Prof. Jordi Sunyer an ISGlobal researcher and last author of the study.
Further studies are needed to confirm the results in other populations, settings and climates, evaluate other cognitive and neurological outcomes and examine differences according to the nature and quality of greenspace and children’s access to and use of them.

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"Lizards have special superpowers. While birds can regrow feathers and mammals can regrow skin, lizards can regenerate entire structures such as their tails. Despite these differences, all have evolved from the same ancestor as lizards.

Spreading through the Americas, one lizard group, the anoles, evolved like Darwin's finches, adapting to different islands and different habitats on the mainland. Today there are more than 400 species.

Constructing a family tree for three lizard species collected in Panama at the Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute (STRI) and a fourth from the southeastern U.S., scientists at Arizona State University compared lizard genomes--their entire DNA code--to those of other animals.

The researchers discovered that changes in genes involved in the interbrain (the site of the pineal gland and other endocrine glands), for color vision, hormones and the colorful dewlap that males bob to attract females, may contribute to the formation of boundaries between species. Genes regulating limb development also evolved especially quickly.

"While some reptiles such as tortoises changed remarkably little over millions of years, anole lizards evolved quickly, generating a diversity of shapes and behaviors," said Kenro Kusumi, corresponding author and professor at ASU School of Life Sciences. "Now that sequencing entire genomes is cheaper and easier, we discovered molecular genetic evidence for rapid evolution that may account for striking differences between bodies of animals living in different environments."

Kusumi's lab, working with colleagues at the University of Arizona College of Medicine-Phoenix, is especially interested in how reptiles' genomes shape their ability to regenerate and to develop a diversity of body forms.

"This is the first time the complete genetic code--the genome--of any vertebrate species from Panama has been sequenced and analyzed," said Oris Sanjur, co-author and Associate Director for Science Administration at STRI. "Information from these three species is an important contribution to our understanding of biodiversity and the evolution of new species."

Scientists estimate that there are 40 species of anolid lizards living in Panama, compared to only one in the U.S. A team from ASU collected three species with permission from the Ministry of the Environment, MiAmbiente: the Central American giant anole, Anolis frenatus, lives high on tree trunks; the grass anole, A. auratus, perches on bushes or on grassy vegetation and the slender anole, A. apletophallus, found only in Panama, hangs out lower on tree trunks or on the ground".

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Mike Pence is now spreading the lie that there is universal agreement in the law enforcement community that Russian interference had no impact on the outcome of the election.

Director of National intelligence James Clapper clearly states that there was no such assessment undertaken in the investigation.

The video exposes the fact that Pence is making claims of assessment results that simply don't exist.

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Linux is built for tinkering and experimentation, which means it’s always morphing and changing. New distros are popping up all the time, because all it takes is a little bit of determination, time and effort to create a custom operating system.
Not all of them hit the mark, there are stacks of Linux distros that have seen little to no action, and we’re almost certain that some have been released and never installed by anyone other than their creator.
Other alternative distros, though, fare rather better. Look at the success of Linux Mint which spun off from Ubuntu to become (at times) arguably more popular than its own parent. Indeed, Ubuntu itself grew from Debian, and its niche offshoots (distros like Ubuntu Studio) have seen good levels of interest. If there’s a market out there for your distro, there’s traction to be had.
So let’s look at our pick of the five distros moving up swiftly through the ranks in 2018. Some of these might eventually become the best Linux distros out there, whereas some might fade away, but it won’t cost you a penny to try them out.

1. Antergos
Live on the bleeding edge with this majestic Arch-based offering
Supports multiple desktop environmentsEasy-to-use custom installerNo default office suite
Antergos is built on top of Arch and like its parent caters to bleeding-edge users. Package updates are made available the moment they’re deemed stable.
Antergos is a rising star thanks to its default configuration options and easy setup process compared to Arch. The custom installer, Cnchi, installs the Gnome 3 desktop by default, but also allows you to select from five other desktop environments if you prefer something else.
It also downloads and installs the essentials for playing media and other useful applications. Antergos has no default office suite but can make use of the LibreOffice Installer for Arch Linux. The OS is very popular in Spain and throughout Europe as it boasts multi-language support.
The project has come a long way since its early days, when it was a single-desktop distro known as Cinnarch an amalgamation of the Arch environment and the easy-to-use Cinnamon desktop.
*Antergos follows a rolling release model, so once you've installed the latest version (currently 18.2), you won't need to perform any large upgrades again. *

2. Deepin
A good-looking OS boasting a range of custom apps
Outstanding desktop interfaceMany useful toolsCustom tools may take some time to learn to use
Deepin (formerly known as Linux Deepin and HiWeed Linux) describes itself as ‘outstanding from inside out’.
It's a Chinese-developed distro focusing on simplicity and elegance. Until 2015 Deepin was based on Ubuntu, but it’s now a Debian-based distro.
The OS uses a desktop environment called DDE (Deepin Desktop Environment) based on the Qt 5 toolkit combined with the Mutter Window Manager, the overall crisp look and feel is very reminiscent of macOS. The desktop supports hot corners and incorporates a number of widgets to display information such as the weather and app notifications.
The latest release of Deepin (15.5) incorporates HiDPI meaning it supports all HD displays. It also comes with a brand new design for the Control Center and desktop. Deepin is only available for 64-bit systems as a 3.2GB ISO. You can boot this in Live mode and the installer is extremely easy-to-use.

3. MX Linux
Fast, user-friendly and reliable
Uses lightweight Xfce desktopGood selection of bundled appsSetting up USB persistence can be tricky
MX Linux is described as a ‘midweight’ distribution which means it's both easy on the eye and not too hungry when it comes to chomping system resources.
The current version of MX Linux is 17 (codename Horizon). It was released in June 2017 and is based on Debian 9.3 (Stretch). It includes some very respectable default applications such as Mozilla’s Firefox web browser and Thunderbird email client. MX also includes both the VLC and Clementine media players making it capable of playing a large variety of media out of the box. The LibreOffice office suite is also included.
You can install extra programs with a click of your mouse using the MX Package installer which contains a mixture of applications from the Debian Stable/Testing repositories, as well as a few others which have been chosen by the developers.
Although the desktop environment uses the simplistic Xfce, you may find this hard to believe at first due to its elegance. This doesn't take away from its speed as menus and windows open almost instantly.
MX Linux can run from a Live DVD or USB if you want to test it before installing. If you use a USB stick, you can also use Persistence to create a custom OS that you can carry around with you.
MX is available for both 32-bit and 64-bit systems. Your machine will need at least 2GB of RAM to run the OS smoothly.

4. Subgraph
Locks down your system via sandboxing and anonymizing
Elegant look and feelKernel has been hardened using GrsecurityOS is in alpha and has some vulnerabilities
Subgraph is a bit different in that it’s a rising star of a Linux distro which is designed specifically for privacy. The developers stress that it's still in development but the OS holds great promise for privacy lovers.
Subgraph's kernel has been hardened using Grsecurity, which is widely regarded as one of the most secure Linux cores in the world today. This hugely reduces the chances of becoming a victim of DMA (Direct Memory Access) attacks, which is one of the most common methods hackers use to attempt to gain control of a computer.
Applications such as the Tor browser or IceDove email client are sandboxed using a system named ‘Oz’, giving you an extra layer of protection if an app should be compromised. You can also use specialised whitelists and blacklists to determine which applications are allowed to run.
All internet traffic is routed through the anonymising Tor network, which makes it extremely difficult to trace your location, but will slow down your connection speed to some extent.
Unlike some other distros of its type, Subgraph is quite easy on the eyes, using the Gnome desktop environment and Xpra to provide a simple but attractive interface.
Despite all its privacy enhancing features which supposedly function out of the box, Subgraph is still alpha software and should not be relied upon to secure any truly important information.
In April 2017, Joanna Rutkowska the creator of Qubes, together with security researcher Micah Lee were able to circumvent Subgraph's security by running a malicious app in the Nautilus file manager, which isn't sandboxed. This attack would also work on other privacy-oriented distros such as Tails.
The Subgraph team has yet to develop a patch for this exploit, but has pointed out that the OS is still a work in progress. Subgraph nevertheless remains easy-to-use and works seamlessly, with all the heavy lifting done in the background security-wise.

5. Debian
For those who put a premium on stability
Extremely stable OSGnome Shell is clean and easy-to-useCan’t use most recent versions of apps
We can hear you shouting from here. “But TechRadar,” you bellow, “Debian is massive! How can you call it ‘rising’?” Here’s how: it is definitely a rising distro. While Ubuntu did a great job bringing Linux to the masses, many users brought on board by its orange-and-brown glitz and glamour have moved away thanks to a few controversial changes. The natural post-Ubuntu route, given the huge amount of shared DNA, is its parent OS, Debian.
Debian packages are selected for their stability. Any 'testing' version of Debian must first go through a 'freezing' process where no new packages are added before it is granted the honour of becoming a fully-fledged 'stable' version. This is the case with Debian 9 Stretch (named after the purple octopus from Toy Story), which became the current ‘stable’ distribution of Debian in July 2017.
The new Gnome desktop environment and huge selection of software from the Debian repos mean that Debian 9 is definitely suitable for day-to-day use, although some of the packages are quite dated. If you prefer to remain on the bleeding edge, consider trying out the ‘testing’ distro of Debian which is codenamed Buster.
Debian only incorporates 'free' software which means that if you use proprietary firmware, for example, for your Wi-Fi card, you may need to use the 'non-free' repositories or manually download drivers yourself. (This could be very tricky if the device with missing drivers is the machine you use to connect to the internet, for obvious reasons). If you don't feel comfortable tinkering with drivers, choose a distro with better support for non-free hardware such as Antergos.

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Progressive Brings PIP Deductible Case to the Supreme Court

Progressive Select Insurance Company, commonly known as just Progressive, recently lost the latest round in their fight over the proper method of applying deductibles in Personal Injury Protection (PIP) cases. These deductibles are outlined authorized under §627.739(2) of the Florida Statute. But the case isn’t over just yet; there may be one round left in the fight, and the stage would be set in the Florida Supreme Court.
(click on this article to learn more)

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Nanda was a Human female from Naboo who served as an ensign in the Galactic Empire during the Galactic Civil War. A few months after the Battle of Yavin, she worked as Darth Vader's aide during a five-day mission to find and punish every person the Sith Lord considered as responsible for the infiltration of Rebel agent Kell Bircher into the Imperial Navy ranks.

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A new update of the AndEX Oreo 8.1 computer operating system, a clone of the Android-x86 project has been released, promising to let users install Android apps from the Google Play Store.
Previous releases of AndEX Oreo 8.1, which lets you install Google's latest Android 8.1 Oreo mobile operating system on your personal computer, didn't actually let users install Android apps from Google Play Store, but using a third-party package manager called Aptoide App Manager.
Developer Arne Exton has recently informed us about the availability of a new AndEX Oreo 8.1, build 180202, which apparently makes the Google Play store works as intended, allowing users to install their favorite Android apps without relying on a third-party application management tool.
In addition, the latest AndEX Oreo 8.1 release comes with not one but three window launchers pre-installed.
These are the Windows 10 Launcher, Microsoft Launcher, and OO Launcher, an enhanced Android Oreo style launcher that offers numerous useful features and enhancements over other launchers.

New way to manually install AndEX Oreo 8.1 on your PC
AndEX Oreo 8.1 build 180202 is powered by Linux kernel 4.9.54 and features the GAPPS (Google Apps) package that gives users access to many of Google's services.
The AndEX developer also reports on a new method of manually installing the latest AndEX Oreo 8.1 operating system on your PC...
Besides installing AndEX Oreo 8.1 on your PC, you can also run it on VirtualBox or VMware virtual machines in live mode, and, of course, you can install most Android apps and games from the Google Play Store.
More details on the new release are available on developer's blog...
But before you decide to buy AndEX Oreo 8.1 if you want to run Android 8.1 Oreo on your PC, you should keep in mind that Bluetooth doesn’t work and you can't watch Netflix movies or TV shows. Also, it looks like you'll have a better YouTube experience with the Mozilla Firefox or Google Chrome web browsers.

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For the last decade, the mobile market has been under complete lockdown. Unless you were Android or iOS, you didn't stand a chance at making much of a run at success. Canonical failed miserably with the Ubuntu Phone. Blackberry had to resort to their own take on Android. Firefox OS couldn't even get off the ground.
And yet, thanks to the Purism Librem 5, there's another attempt at creating an open source mobile platform on the horizon. Many of us prognosticators and pundits have been ansty to see what's to come for this platform, and finally someone has made some headway, and that's KDE. The platform is Plasma Mobile. From the looks of it, KDE is on to something.
I'm going to preface this by saying I worked with Plasma Mobile on a VirtualBox VM, which is obviously not the target environment. Couple that with the fact this is a very early release and you have one unstable operating system.
However unstable Plasma Mobile may be at the moment, it offers a glimpse into what is in store for the platform, and it's pretty impressive. Where Canonical attempted and failed miserably to complete reinvent the wheel, Plasma Mobile uses what KDE does best and reworks it into a metaphor that functions very well for the mobile space. Of course, by "functions very well" I can only assume that it's not very useful at the moment.

How to test
KDE released the first-ever ISO image of Plasma Mobile. You can download the image here, and then create a standard virtual machine. I will say, after a quick IRC conversation, the developers warned me VirtualBox is not the best environment to use for this image (due to Wayland issues).
To get the most out of the image, it's best to use QEMU/KVM. Since VirtualBox is my VM tool of choice, I'm going to stick with that and offer up a cursory glance at what Plasma Mobile has to offer. What I saw was enough to tell me that the KDE development team has created something that could seriously make some noise in the mobile landscape.
I will add that installing the ISO image onto a dedicated laptop offered a much better experience, although still far from ready for prime time.
Let's take a look.
The Plasma Mobile desktop
What KDE has done is reform the Plasma Desktop into an edition that would function well on smaller, touch-centric hardware. They offer a simple homescreen, that offers a notification shade, a straightforward dock, and quick access to an app drawer.
Swipe up or, if you're running Plasma Mobile in a virtual machine, scroll down, to reveal the app drawer...
As you might expect, within the app drawer, you have access to all the installed applications, which isn't many at the moment. Should you not find what you want, click on the Discover app and install an app from the standard repositories.

What's to like?
There's a lot here to like. First and foremost, this is a Linux platform, not Android running on top of a Linux kernel. Plasma Mobile allows for you to install full-blown desktop applications. For anyone in need of getting serious work done, when a mobile device is the only option, Plasma Mobile could wind up being the ideal solution. If you're a developer on the go, you'd have everything you need.
Second, the KDE team has done an outstanding job of migrating KDE to a mobile interface. It works very well outside of the usual alpha-release hurdles. Getting to and starting applications is seamless. The pull-down notification shade gives you quick access to everything you need, and applications, when they do run, work exactly as you would expect. What we have here is exponentially better than Ubuntu Scopes (which, I believe, was the primary reason the Ubuntu Phone was never going to succeed).
What's most impressive about Plasma Mobile, however, is the simple fact that the developers have managed to take a Linux desktop, reframe it around mobile hardware, and make it work quite well. That's a feat of note, one that hasn't seen much success to date. There is absolutely no question that this interface will be as user-friendly as those found on either Android or iOS.

What's not to like?
This section should be listed with a huge asterisk. Why? Because the not to like are all brought about by two issues:
Plasma Mobile is very much an alpha-level product
My testing was done on either a laptop or virtual machine (neither of which are the target platforms)
That being said, Plasma Mobile has a very long way to go before it's ready. Applications either don't run, or do run and then crash the desktop (which, again, is a product of running a Wayland platform on VirtualBox).
I was also never able to get the installer Calamares to successfully run, so I was always testing from a live instance of the platform. Launching Calamares on either a VM or on dedicated hardware did nothing more then spin its wheels.

This could be something special
Having much else to say about Plasma Mobile is challenging, as it's nearly impossible to truly kick the tires without it being on the necessary target hardware. Even so, getting a glimpse into what the developers are doing, in preparation for the Librem 5, is a sight to behold. Major kudos to the KDE team. If the Librem 5 does make it to final production, and Plasma Mobile is either the default or easily installed, this could be something special.
We are long overdue for a complete desktop operating system on mobile hardware. If that OS happens to be Plasma Mobile, we'll certainly have a winner on our hands.

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Xiaomi, OnePlus, Huawei, Nokia or Apple iPhone: Which Smartphones Emit the Most Radiation?
“It’s 2018 and nearly everyone in a developed country owns a smartphone. In fact, it’s pretty difficult to go without one these days, given how integrated they are into virtually every facet of one’s life. Yet, while this societal obsession is often discuss...

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Bollywood Actresses From Ugly To Beautiful : Who says these bollywood all actress born beautiful. Below in this article the few pictures of bollywood heroines who are now really look beautiful and gorgeous in comparison with their early looks.


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