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tkadm30

Resistance to bullying and ostracism is a positive form of cognitive flexibility...
Mar 23, 2017
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    Raider5678
    I particularly like to construct the downfall of said bully.
    Good cognitive flexibility you say?
    Wonderful.
    Mar 23, 2017
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Raider5678

To anyone who gets acne accompanied with painful lumps, get to the doctor now. You will regret it when everyday you wake up in a pool of your own blood because surprise! It wasn't acne.
Mar 20, 2017
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    Raider5678
    At least not normal acne.
    Mar 20, 2017
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    Sriman Dutta
    Hmmm...... I never have so severe painful acne, but yes, small blisters.
    Mar 23, 2017
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Raider5678

To anyone who gets acne accompanied with painful lumps, get to the doctor now.
Mar 20, 2017
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Daedalus

Well, the core decompression surgery did not work. I now have to get a hip replacement. At least I'll be able to sit down at my PC for more than an hour after having the surgery. As it stands now, I'm in constant, excruciating pain. :'(
Mar 20, 2017
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imatfaal

Scientists had to delete Urban Dictionary's data from the memory of IBM's Watson, because it was learning to swear in its answers.
Mar 19, 2017
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    DrP
    I saw a documentary about Watson - it was on a game show and started swearing for some of the answers like Q-What is Homeopathy? Watson: Bullshit!

    Mar 22, 2017
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    DrP
    I think it searched for Homeopathy and found that the highest percentage of answers to that question were 'BS'. So it spouted it out - they had to adjust it. lol.

    Mar 22, 2017
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    imatfaal
    brilliant. it's right and it's about the only thing on TV which is brave enough to say that Homoeopathy is bullshit
    Mar 23, 2017
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imatfaal

"Any serious attempt to do anything worthwhile is ritualistic."—Derek Walcott,
Mar 17, 2017
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    CharonY
    Yes I was being facetious and tried to use an amusing example. Setting up the bench in a certain way just did not have the same ring as a ritualistic sacrifice, but would look similar to the observer (and blood was actually involved).
    Mar 18, 2017
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    imatfaal
    and the hexagrams purely coincidental?
    Mar 18, 2017
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    CharonY
    Well, they seem to increase yield.
    Mar 18, 2017
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tkadm30

What happens if you mix artificial intelligence with social neuroscience? Predictable Chaos...
Mar 15, 2017
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Tom O'Neil

The subconscious is a gateway to another demention
Mar 15, 2017
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Tom O'Neil

I love you all :)
Mar 13, 2017
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Tom O'Neil

I have a high forehead, does that make me smarter than you?
Mar 13, 2017
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Tom O'Neil

Unified Equation Complete based on Angular Momentum
Mar 12, 2017
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Tom O'Neil

∞ ᶴ rdt=iw+∑ 6.693x10-11
Mar 12, 2017
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Tom O'Neil

∞ ᶴ rdt=iw+∑ 6.693x10-11
Mar 12, 2017
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Tom O'Neil

Calculating a Unifying Equation
Mar 12, 2017
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Function

A neurosurgeon asking me what the basis is for the difference in clinical presentation of decortication vs. decerebration because he'd forgotten got me thinking (a second year undergraduate student in medicine knows the answer in Belgium). Perhaps neurosurgery is not my destiny, but rather neurology. Couldn't imagine forgetting all the fun nerdy neurophysiological stuff.
Mar 08, 2017
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    jimmydasaint
    Neurology sounds fascinating. I am teaching basic nerve function to Yr 13 students and have to look up Physiology textbooks to fill in gaps left by the textbook. However, back to you. Which career would allow you to go home feeling better about yourself?
    Mar 10, 2017
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    Function
    I'm looking towards neurology, since I'm studying medicine. It will still leave me enough clinical work and yet also lots of space in research, which is, especially in neurosciences, extremely fascinating
    Mar 11, 2017
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    jimmydasaint
    I have worked in research with medics who were getting paid medical level salaries - they loved it!
    Mar 11, 2017