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The Human Body as Ecosystem: A Way to Revolutionize Medicine

The Human Body as Ecosystem: A Way to Revolutionize Medicine | Mind Candy  { interdimensionally } Cubed... It's SO yesterday to be a Square | Scoop.it

Looking at human beings as ecosystems that contain many collaborating and competing species could change the practice of medicine


Via Sakis Koukouvis, Andrea Graziano, Mariana Soffer
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Dark matter and Nerve Cells - the connecting threads

Dark matter and Nerve Cells - the connecting threads | Mind Candy  { interdimensionally } Cubed... It's SO yesterday to be a Square | Scoop.it

Gravitational lensing reveals a dark matter filament predicted by theory. Simulations of the Universe on the largest scales show an unexpected resemblance to nerve cells in the human brain, with galaxy clusters playing the role of the cell body and thinner filaments of matter linking them like axons.


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The Science of Compassion

The Science of Compassion | Mind Candy  { interdimensionally } Cubed... It's SO yesterday to be a Square | Scoop.it
Empirically speaking, does the experience of compassion toward one person measurably affect our actions and attitudes toward other people?

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Why Did We Invent Karma?

Why Did We Invent Karma? | Mind Candy  { interdimensionally } Cubed... It's SO yesterday to be a Square | Scoop.it

Is there something about karma that makes it appealing to individuals in specific moments of their lives? A new study by Benjamin Converse, Jane Risen, and Travis Carter suggests that there is. In a series of experiments they found evidence to support the idea that when people face an important outcome that’s out of their control, they believe that being charitable can somehow induce a positive outcome.


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