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[VIDEO - VISUALISATION] Memory Threads

This video illustrates the creation of memory threads. A simulated P2P network is generated where each peer contains digital memories.

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Free Will and Determinism from a Scientific and Religious Perspective

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By Suheil Laher

The debate over free will, already two millennia old[1], is still ongoing.

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Brain Power

From neurons to brain wiring, Dr. David Walsh gives an easy-to-understand tour of children’s and teens’ brain development and the impact of experience on the “wiring’ of their brains. Children are shaped by the stories they see and hear from parents, relatives, and teachers which pass on values, attitudes, and affect emotional and physical well-being. More than ever, media has become a powerful storyteller in children’s lives and raising healthy kids in the media age involves making wise media choices.


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MIND Research Institute

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Born out of decades of breakthrough neuroscience and education research, MIND's Education Division deploys its distinctive visual approach through innovative instructional software, textbooks, and professional development for the K-12 math market. MIND's unique math education process engages the learner's spatial temporal reasoning abilities to explain, understand, and solve multi-step problems.


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