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2010-07-08 14:41
I have a post in progress that has required an unexpcted amount of time and research.  Hence, you will find very many references, which took considerable time to find, retrieve, an… Read More
2010-06-06 15:40
There is an old drug that has fairly recently been shown to prevent the emotional consequences of memory recall via reconsolidation.    The drug is Propranolol… Read More
2010-05-13 07:07
I apologize to readers for going nearly a month without a post.  I've been unusually busy.  I will try to post more often now.Thank you for your patience Read More
2010-04-28 15:53
audio/visual versionUpdate:  This post is not meant to advocate suicide.  It only speaks to evoluationary motives.Suicide is often a natural behavior.  This is because it may… Read More
2010-04-16 22:33
audio/visual versionHere is a nice, quick post I can offer.  It's in reference to a report that appeared last month in Science Daily.  The report tries to make novelty out of a con… Read More
2010-04-12 18:23
I apologize for going nearly a week-and-a-half without a post, but I've been very busy and working on some posts that are taking longer than anticipated.For example, I'm considering whe… Read More
2010-04-03 23:57
audio/visual versionThis article in New Scientist has me thinking about how to endow artificially intelligent machines with emotions.  This shouldn't be a hard task.Referring… Read More
2010-03-28 18:36
audio/visual versionThis book review has spurred me to offer a brief follow up to a previous post on free will. I agree with the review author Holly Anderson,  who dismisses t… Read More

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