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Art: Kurt Vonnegut Slaughterhouse Five
50 years on Kurt Vonnegut’s Slaughterhouse-Five remains untouched by time @ LINK.
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Article: What Is OPCW Chief Afraid Of?
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Biochemistry: Human Genome
Submitted by: Biochemistry

Biochemistry: Miller-Urey Experiment
Stated clearly rundown of the Miller-Urey Experiment building blocks of organic life demonstration @ LINK.
Submitted by: Biochemistry

Biochemistry: Nanomachine Cell Energy
Research reveals structure of nanomachine that assembles a cell's energy control system @ LINK.
Submitted by: Biochemistry

Biochemistry: Ubiquitin Regulates Aging
Scientists discover new regulators of the aging process @ LINK.
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Biography: John Brown (abolitionist)
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Biography: John Taylor Gatto
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Biography: Lysander Spooner
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Biotech:  Super-VT - IV Vitamin Therapy Concierge Service 
See details of Super-VT IV Vitamin Therapy Concierge Service vitamin IV therapy London-based service on supervitiv.com website.
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Biotech: ivbooks.uk London IV concierge
IV Treatments - Mitogive S-Acetyl Glutathione Therapy at ivboost.uk concierge service London.
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CompSci: Bellingcat Crowdsources Spycraft
Bellingcat Crowdsources Spycraft, Scales Up Sleuthing @ LINK.
Submitted by: CompSci

CompSci: Decentralised Internet
Infrastructure for a Decentralised Internet @ LINK.
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CompSci: Generative Pre-trained Transformer 3 (GPT-3)
Generative Pre-trained Transformer 3 (GPT-3) @ LINK.
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CompSci: GPT-3 Max Woolf Blog
Fun and Dystopia With AI-Based Code Generation Using GPT-J-6B @ LINK.
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Compsci: Merkel Trees
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CompSci: prq.se
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CompSci: Stochastic Parrots
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CompSci: Trade and Invest Smarter — The Reinforcement Learning Way
Trade and Invest Smarter — The Reinforcement Learning Way @ LINK deep dive into TensorTrade — the Python framework for trading and investing using deep reinforcement learning
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CompSci: Trust Assertions for Certification Keys
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CompSci: Visualizing Brain Waves In Python
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Coronavirus: Antivax versus Vaccinated Breaking Point
Submitted by: Coronavirus

Coronavirus: Large-scale Genome Risk Analysis
Submitted by: Coronavirus

Coronavirus: Lymphnode Activity Covid-19 Vaccines
COVID-19 vaccination, lymph nodes, and mammography guidelines (3-Mar-2021) @ LINK.
Submitted by: Coronavirus

Coronavirus: Moderna mRNA Flu Shot
Moderna Starts Human Trials of An mRNA-Based Flu Shot.ARTICLE @ LINK for further details.
Submitted by: Coronavirus

Coronavirus: Pulmonary Fibrosis Covid-19 Vaccines
COVID-19 and pulmonary fibrosis: therapeutics in clinical trials, repurposing, and potential development (18-May-2021) @ LINK.
Submitted by: Coronavirus

Coronavirus: Repurposed Drugs For Covid-19
Repurposed drugs present new strategy for treating COVID-19 @ LINK.
Submitted by: Coronavirus

Coronavirus: Vaccinated America Has Had Enough
David Frum - Vaccinated America Has Had Enough in The Atlantic @

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In the United States, this pandemic could be almost over by now. The reasons it’s still going are pretty clear.

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Crypto: Athena Bitcoin ATM
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Crypto: Bitfinex'd
Exposed Bitfinex and Tether as one of the largest financial frauds in history. Covered by The New York Times, Bloomberg, WSJ, CNBC & New York Attorney General @ Amy Castor Blog.

Submitted by: Cryptosphere

Crypto: Namecoin
Submitted by: Cryptosphere

Crypto: Save The Kids Token
It's been obvious from the start the world of influencers and gamers and sucker fanbases is a dirty, degraded Parliament of Fowls. Even without the long list of scams (like the Save The Kids token) it's an infantilism that stunts the brains of almost everyone involved. Combine the survivor-bias kay fabe glamour of elevating gaming to e-sports, gamers to heroes, with the most degraded monetization of mass media exploiting audience psychology - conditioning children into retarded adults to best prepare them for a life among the suckers - and the sham intimacy of personal direct to fans delivery systems. End result: a mainstream adjacent Ponzi world that's so populated and so structured to exploit, it's conditioning millions of adults dominated by path of least resistance fantasy into the world. This can't end well.

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Crypto: Wallet of Satoshi
Wallet of Satoshi Lightning Network @ LINK.
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Crypto: Warren Buffet Crypto Bank
Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway Invests in Bitcoin-Friendly Digital Bank @ LINK.
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Dystopia Novels: Brave New World, 1984, Farenheit 451, We, The Guardians, The Death of Grass

Brave New World (1931) anticipated the mechanics and the biotechnology of confident mass social regulation. 1984 (1948) depicted the totalitarianism of information and cancellation and war and ignorance control. Farenheit 451 (1953) saw the uniformity of comfort, hatred of knowledge and the fantasist plus crippling anxiety of aspiring to a world lived inside the four walled VR room. Huxley (1894-1963) and Orwell (1903-1950) are Modernists, embedded in their generation's zeitgeist. Both novels are masterpieces, smart brave idealism masquerading as fiction. The Ray Bradbury (1920-2012) novel - a better work of fiction, by a primarily fiction writer - slips into the 20th-century literary canon by a sci-fi side-door because by the 1950s/60s, the cultural gatekeepers have been replaced by postmodernists eager to marginalize individuals (especially dissenters).

See also : We (1924) an early Modernist dystopia novel by Russian writer Yevgeny Zamyatin (1884-1937). Written for younger readers but unflinching on substance is The Guardians (1970) and The Death of Grass (1956) by English writer John Christopher (1922-2012).

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Economics: Collective Bargaining
Collective bargaining is the process in which working people, through their unions, negotiate contracts with their employers to determine their terms of employment, including pay, benefits, hours, leave, job health and safety policies, ways to balance work and family, and more @ AFICIO.ORG explainer.
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Economics: Comparing Healthcare Spending
Medicare v Costco Healthcare Spending @ LINK.
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Economics: Covid-19 Profiteering for BlackRock & co
COVID PROFITEERING ON SUPER STEROIDS: This Is What the Whole World Is Witnessing (25-Jun-2021) @ LINK.
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Economics: Democrats Privatising Healthcare
Democrats Prepare to Privatize Medicare, Using Medicare Advantage as Their Opening Wedge (and New York Unions?) @ LINK.
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Economics: Ethereum 2.0 by JP Morgan
Ethereum 2.0 Will Supercharge Staking Industry By Tens Of Billions, JPMorgan Estimates @ LINK.
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Economics: Fed Cannot End QE
The Fed In A Box Part 2: They Cannot End Quantitative Easing @ LINK.
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Economics: Federal Reserve Inter Generational Wealth 2018
2018 study by the federal reserve on how wealth moves between generations @ ARTICLE.
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Economics: Military Spending
Military spending, technical progress, and economic growth: a critical overview on mainstream defense economics @ LINK.
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Economics: Money in Elections
How Money Impacts Elections @ LINK.
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Economics: Neoliberalism Govt Supported
Neoliberalism Has Depended on Huge Levels of Government Support for Its Entire Existence @ LINK.
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Economics: New Regime Oil Control
One For The History Books: A New Control Regime In Oil @ LINK.
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Economics: New Theory of Inflation
Answering The $64 Trillion Question: A New Theory Of Inflation @ LINK.
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Economics: Norway Divests Israel
Norway: Largest Pension Fund Divests from Israeli Settlements @ LINK.
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Economics: Social Mobility in USA since 1850s
Long-term decline in intergenerational mobility in the United States since the 1850s @ ARTICLE.
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Economics: Techno-Feudalism
Yanis Varoufakis: Techno-Feudalism Is Taking Over @ LINK.
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Economics: United Kingdom Food Bank - Hunger Map
UK interactive hunger map @ LINK.
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Economics: Worry About Private Sector Collapse
Inflation Is Not What We Need to Worry About: the Risk of Major Collapse in the Private Sector Is What Should Be Troubling Us Right Now @ LINK.
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Education: Hamilton Morris Student Chemistry Blog
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Education: Learning in Layers of Muscle Memory
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Education: Leitner Box Learning Aid
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Education: Politics Test Psychometrics
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Education: the Pari Center for New Learning
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Globalism: Child Labour for Batteries
Are children ‘dying like dogs’ in effort to build better batteries? @ LINK.
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History: Battle of Blair Mountain
Battle of Blair Mountain (West Virginia, 1921) @ WIKIPEDIA ENTRY.
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History: British East India Company Half Entire World Trade
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History: Calvin Case of the Postnati (1608)
Calvin's Case, also known as the Case of the Postnati, was a 1608 English legal decision establishing that a child born in Scotland, after the Union of the Crowns under King James VI and I in 1603, was considered under the common law to be an English subject and entitled to the benefits of English law. Calvin's Case was eventually adopted by courts in the United States, and the case played an important role in shaping the American rule of birthright citizenship via jus soli ("law of the soil", or citizenship by virtue of birth within the territory of a sovereign state).
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History: English Common Law Individual Rights
They were certain basic rights that all subjects of the English monarch were understood to be entitled to, such as those expressed in Magna Carta since 1215, the Petition of Right in 1628, the Habeas Corpus Act 1679 and the Bill of Rights 1689.In a legal case in 1608 that came to be known as Calvin's Case, or the Case of the Postnati, the Law Lords decided in 1608 that Scotsmen born after King James I united Scotland and England (the postnati) had all the rights of Englishmen. This decision would have a subsequent effect on the concept of the "rights of Englishmen" in British America.
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History: Rights of Englishman in America
George Mason, one of the Founding Fathers of the United States, stated that "We claim nothing but the liberty and privileges of Englishmen in the same degree, as if we had continued among our brethren in Great Britain."
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History: US Senate
Term of the Senate, [26 June] 1787 @ LINK.
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Ideology: the Library of Babel
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Infowars: 538 in 2020 and 2022
How FiveThirtyEight’s 2020 Forecasts Did And What We’ll Be Thinking About For 2022 @ LINK.
Submitted by: Infowars

Infowars: A Reasonable Debate About Ivermectin
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Infowars: Chris Hedges - The Price of Conscience
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Infowars: EFF Sues USPS
EFF Sues U.S. Postal Service For Records About Covert Social Media Spying Program- Service Looked Through People’s Posts Prior to Street Protests @

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Infowars: Frontline Freelance Register
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Infowars: Guide to Regime Propaganda
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Infowars: Hedges: Bless the Traitors
Daniel Hale article by Chris Hedges: Bless the Traitors @ LINK.
Submitted by: Infowars

Infowars: Kalergi Plan
The Kalergi Plan (Italian: Piano Kalergi), or sometimes called the Coudenhove-Kalergi Conspiracy, is a far-right, anti-semitic, white nationalist conspiracy theory, which states that a plot to mix white Europeans with other races via immigration was constructed by Austrian-Japanese politician Richard von Coudenhove-Kalergi and promoted in aristocratic European social circles. The conspiracy theory is most often associated with European groups and parties, but it has also spread to North American politics. @ LINK.
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Infowars: Research Tools
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Infowars: Ron Coleman on Free Speech
Ron Coleman on Free Speech on Social Media @ YOUTUBE.COM.
Submitted by: Law

Infowars: Seeding Mistrust in Third Parties
‘Ghost’ candidate in key state Senate race had help from controversial political consultant @ LINK.
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Infowars: UK GE 2019 Maps
UK Election Voting Map @ here.
Submitted by: Economics

Infowars: US Billionaires Want China Authoritarianism
Billionaire Investor Charlie Munger Says US Should Learn From China's Authoritarianism @ LINK.
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Infowars: US Govt Writing Sweden Legislation
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Infowars: Wellcome Leap Into Transhumanism
Whitney Webb Dissects the Wellcome Leap into Transhumanism @ LINK.
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Infowars: Wikileaks Sample - Sleboda Stratfor
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Infowars: Wikileaks Trust Deficit
No, WikiLeaks didn’t create a 'trust deficit' @ LINK.
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Interview: Bob Smith NYT
Confessions: NY Times Bob Smith interview on Naked Capitalism.

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Interview: Julian Assange
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Law: Being Digital Citizens
Full text of Being Digital Citizens @ GOLDSMITH UNI ARTICLE.
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Law: Blackstone Ratio
In criminal law, Blackstone's ratio (also known as the Blackstone ratio or Blackstone's formulation) is the idea that:"It is better that ten guilty persons escape than that one innocent suffer."as expressed by the English jurist William Blackstone in his seminal work Commentaries on the Laws of England, published in the 1760s.The idea subsequently became a staple of legal thinking in Anglo-Saxon jurisdictions and continues to be a topic of debate. There is also a long pre-history of similar sentiments going back centuries in a variety of legal traditions. The message that government and the courts must err on the side of bringing in verdicts of innocence has remained constant.
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Law: FCC v Section 230
What the FCC can and can’t do to Section 230 @ VOX ARTICLE.
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Law: First Amendment
Supreme Court v First Amendment Inst @ PDF document from Supreme Court filing.
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Law: First Amendment v Trump
Center for Democracy and Technology versus Donald Trump @ CDT Complaint Filing Document PDF.
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Law: Free Speech on Social Media
Liberty First Amendment Cases @ LINK.
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Law: Free Speech on Trial
Ron Coleman on First Amendment Landmark Case @ SHAPING OPINION LINK to case details.
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Law: Gavin McInnes v SPLC
Gavin McInnes law suit update against SPLC after two years defamation @ LINK.
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Law: Jus Soli
Jus soli (meaning "right of soil"), commonly referred to as birthright citizenship, is the right of anyone born in the territory of a state to nationality or citizenship.Jus soli was part of the English common law, in contrast to jus sanguinis, which derives from the Roman law that influenced the civil-law systems of mainland Europe. Jus soli is the predominant rule in the Americas, but it is rare elsewhere. Since the 27th Amendment of the Constitution of Ireland was enacted in 2004, no European country grants citizenship based on unconditional or near-unconditional jus soli.
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Law: PDF of McInnes v SPLC Alabama Court Filing
Gavin McInnes document Alabama Court Filing against SPLC @ Alabama Courthouse Documents.
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Law: PREP Act
Public Readiness and Emergency Preparedness Act @ LINK.
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Law: Slaughter-House Cases
The Slaughter-House Cases was a landmark U.S. Supreme Court decision that held that the Privileges or Immunities Clause of the Fourteenth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution only protects the legal rights that are associated with federal U.S. citizenship, not those that pertain to state citizenship. It was a blow to the emancipation of chattel slaves, protecting state right to persecute black citizens at the behest of white ethno-supremacist state institutions.Ruling: The 14th Amendment only protects the privileges and immunities pertaining to citizenship of the United States, not those that pertain to state citizenship.
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Law: Supreme Court 1st Amendment v Trump
Supreme Court ruling Dec 2020 @ Reuters Article.
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Law: Supreme Court Justice Bradley
"The people of this country brought with them to its shores the rights of Englishmen, the rights which had been wrested from English sovereigns at various periods of the nation's history.... England has no written constitution, it is true, but it has an unwritten one, resting in the acknowledged, and frequently declared, privileges of Parliament and the people, to violate which in any material respect would produce a revolution in an hour. A violation of one of the fundamental principles of that constitution in the Colonies, namely, the principle that recognizes the property of the people as their own, and which, therefore, regards all taxes for the support of government as gifts of the people through their representatives, and regards taxation without representation as subversive of free government, was the origin of our own revolution."
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Law: Supreme Court Rules For Baker Over Gay Couple
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Law: UK Secrecy Law Recasts Journalism As Spying
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Law: United States v Cromitie (Williams) 2013
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Lit: Be Night Quiet
Night quiet. Quiet in sound, but also respite from a billion photons constantly insistently clamouring LOOK AT ME LOOK AT ME. Night quiet, imagination can emerge - in the silent unflooded moments - slowly opening the glisten of phantasmagoria butterfly wings. Night quiet, love and life and free from time's intrusive discord, enlivenen by the foreknowledge of a dawn that'll come, perhaps a moment to marvel at sunrise serene insouciant colour at first soft soon blunderbuss clouds blood shards yadda, city awakening, photons hammering, fantasy quiet night silence over. // Night quiet wake up soft shoe consciousness onto the stage. Alarm is a tumble or a descent on wires too fast!
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Lit: Bojangles Tabor Lesbian Maypole Wikipedia Generational Divide in Action
Mr Bojangles Sammy Davis Jr yay. American Idol teen / Robbie Williams vacuity show tune, fuck you. Talib Kweli Beat 21st C, brother's even a Columbia professor Beat 21stC // June Tabor, Love Win Tear Us Apart. Big tree trunk lesbian, strong enough to be regaled by preening Oysterband dancer prancer singing and twisting the umbilical ribbons around the erect She. Who can take it even though who the fuck wants to live a life as obdurate as wood? // See Wikipedia on Morris Dancing and Maypole plus ribbons. Talk also. Sometimes a stick is just a stick. Bullshit. A stick is always a stick. Even if you're being fucked by it.
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Lit: Interstate Beautiful Necklace City Gems Choking Life
Interstate strung like a necklace of yadda connection the complex gems of a thousand cities; pulling them together to choke the life out of a nation ... And now the internet is gonna do the same to the world or finish the job, friendly I'm data garbage, primordial soup.
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Lit: Why is African stuff still in Western museums? Identity pol striving from an obsessive compulsive disinformation world: African stuff in Western museums
Why is African stuff still in Western museums? Identity pol striving from an obsessive compulsive disinformation world.
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Locus Coeruleus: Opioid Receptors + Clonidine

Clonidine down-regulates locus coeruleus

Opioids inhibit the firing of neurons in the locus coeruleus. When opioid consumption is stopped, the increased activity of the locus coeruleus contributes to the symptoms of opiate withdrawal. The α2 adrenergic receptor agonist clonidine is used to counteract this withdrawal effect by decreasing adrenergic neurotransmission from the locus coeruleus.
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Media: Coleman Nation Podcast
Coleman Nation YouTube: Coleman Nation Podcast on youtube.comColeman Nation RSS @ Coleman Nation Podcast Feed at coleman-nation.com website.
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Medical: Abortion Access
Association of travel distance to nearest abortion facility with rates of abortion @ LINK.
Submitted by: Medical

Medical: Achilles Heel of mRNA
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Medical: Druggability of Conserved RNA
Exploring the druggability of conserved RNA regulatory elements in the SARS-CoV-2 genome

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Medical: Fetal Memory In Utero
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Medical: gene therapy treats multiple age-related diseases
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Medical: Pfizer Advises Stay Away From Unvaccinated
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Medical: Reprogramming Recovering Epigenetic Information
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Medical: Summary of Metformin
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Neuroscience: Advantages of a Lateralized Brain
Advantages of a Lateralized Brain @ PAPER published by peer-reviewed Royal Society.
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Neuroscience: Asymmetry Visual Lateralization
Asymmetry pays: visual lateralization improves discrimination success in pigeons @ STUDY published on cell.com
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Neuroscience: Attention Lateralization
Comparative vertebrate lateralization @ LINK.
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Neuroscience: Autism Lateralization Meta-Analysis
Autism, lateralisation, and handedness: A review of the literature and meta-analysis @ LINK.
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Neuroscience: Bird Brain Lateralization
Functional and structural comparison of visual lateralization in birds – similar but still different @ LINK.
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Neuroscience: Brain Hemisphere Research
Specialisation of function in the Human Brain Estimated By Intrinsic Hemispheric Interaction @ jneurosci.org.

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Neuroscience: Brain Lateralization: A Comparative Perspective
Brain Lateralization: A Comparative Perspective @ LINK published on physiology.org peer-review.
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Neuroscience: Brain Lateralization: Comparative Perspective
Comparative Perspective on brain lateralization meta-study @ STUDY published at physiology.org journal.
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Neuroscience: callosal connectivity in the human brain
The architecture of functional lateralisation and its relationship to callosal connectivity in the human brain @ LINK published in nature.com journal.
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Neuroscience: Contralateral Control Mechanisms
The evolution of contralateral control of the body by the brain: Is it a protective mechanism? @ LINK to article.
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Neuroscience: Corpus Callosum and Autism
Corpus Callosum and Autism @ LINK to study as reported on mappingignorance.org website.
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Neuroscience: Corpus Callosum Lateralisation
The architecture of functional lateralisation and its relationship to callosal connectivity in the human brain @ LINK.
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Neuroscience: Early Brain Development
Key processes in early brain development revealed @ LINK.
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Neuroscience: Foetal Learning Before and After Birth
An Examination of Foetal Learning Before and After Birth @ LINK - Study.
Submitted by: Neuroscience

Neuroscience: Handedness in Healthy Humans Brains
Handedness and hemispheric language dominance in healthy humans @ LINK to article published by Oxford University Press.
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Neuroscience: How Brain Process What We See
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Neuroscience: Lateralization Architecture Human Callosal Connectivity
The architecture of functional lateralisation and its relationship to callosal connectivity in the human brain @ LINK to article published in nature.com journal.
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Neuroscience: Lateralization In Vertebrate Brains
Lateralization in vertebrates: Its early evolution, general pattern, and development @ LINK to article in sciencedirect journal.
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Neuroscience: Lateralization of Language in Brains
From Acoustic Segmentation to Language Processing: Evidence from Optical Imaging @ LINK article published at researchgate website.
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Neuroscience: Left Right Brain Hemisphere Behaviour
Left and right brain-oriented hemisity subjects show opposite behavioural preferences

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Neuroscience: Memory Restored in Aged Mice

Memory Restored in Aged Mice by Modifying the Brain’s ECM

Components of the extracellular matrix control how synapses function.
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Neuroscience: Modular Consciousness
Modular Consciousness and the Dual Quadbrain @ LINK.
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Neuroscience: New Language Brain
Learning a new language changes the brain's division of labour @ LINK.
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Neuroscience: New Role For Specific Brain Regions
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Neuroscience: Plasticity of Language Systems
Converging Evidence for Differential Specialisation and Plasticity of Language Systems @ LINK.
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Neuroscience: Qualia
Qualia are defined as individual instances of subjective, conscious experience @ LINK.
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Neuroscience: Quining Qualia
Daniel Dennett Quining Qualia @ LINK.
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Neuroscience: Standardized Neuro-Psychomotor Assessment
Laterality and Lateralization in Autism Spectrum Disorder, Using a Standardized Neuro-Psychomotor Assessment @ LINK.
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Neuroscience: Synaptic Dopamine
Synaptic Dopamine reuptake and degradation @ LINK.
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News: London Freedom Weekend
London Freedom Weekend @ LINK.
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NLP: Reid Technique

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Plutocracy: BlackRock Invests Fossil Fuels While Pretending Climate Credentials
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Plutocracy: United Kingdom Order of Peerage Preference
British Titles and Orders of Precedence @ LINK.
Submitted by: Plutocracy

Psychology: Myers-Briggs Test II
Open Extended Jungian Type Scales 1.2, an alternative to the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator @ LINK.
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Question: How Do We Make Sustainable Individuated Incentive Systems?
QUESTION: how do we make a sustainable individuated incentive system that rewards care for environment and all people but ALSO competes with profit+power capitalism that incentivizes sociopath short-term greed?
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Questions: Zygote Intelligence Maker WTF?
QUESTION: Zygote intelligence maker, what other factors go into the formula?
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Research: Views Changing Aging
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“A really efficient totalitarian state would be one in which the all-powerful executive of political bosses and their army of managers control a population of slaves who do not have to be coerced, because they love their servitude. To make them love it is the task assigned to ministries of propaganda, newspaper editors and schoolteachers…"