Scientists at Seattle's Allen Institute for Brain Science have completed the first comprehensive map of a mammalian brain, they announced on Apr.
The map details the connections between brain cells called neurons in the mouse, which has about 71 million of them.
To create it, researchers injected a virus engineered to be green and fluorescent into a particular region of a living mouse brain.
Here is the pattern of connections originating from one brain area, shown in fluorescent green after the virus has infected the surrounding neurons. For example, here is a 3-D visualization of the connections between four visual areas in the mouse cortex (green, yellow, red, orange). Once they've mapped the connection from one specific brain area, the the process is repeated in other regions. Scientists at Seattle's Allen Institute for Brain Science have completed the first comprehensive map of a mammalian brain, marking an important step in the quest to understand still-mysterious brain diseases like autism, Alzheimer's, and Parkinson's. While plenty of diseases are difficult to treat, brain diseases often stymie the medical community completely because they are challenging to even understand. A map showing the connections that run all throughout the brain had only been completed before in a tiny, primitive roundworm with about 302 neurons. The publicy available map documents all of the cellular connections in a healthy mouse brain. It is annoying not to be able to recall stuff you have just learned, heard about, or witnessed. Follow the 8 learning principles and improve your memory so that you become a more effective and successful learner. When you come across new information, think about how this information is linked to things that you already know. When you work yourself through the learning cycle, you begin to realize why the information is useful to know about. We tend to skip the most difficult information in a textbook, but this does not help us remember it. Sometimes the more difficult concepts help us understand and remember the more simple information because the information is often connected somehow. In 2009, Scott Lilienfeld, Steven Jay Lynn, John Ruscio, and Barry Beyerstein assembled a compendium of 50 Great Myths of Popular Psychology, then proceeded to dispel each and every one of them. Using 50 Great Myths of Popular Psychology as a guide, we've created a list of 10 of the biggest psychological myths. The dearth of evidence for subliminal advertising hasn't stopped influencers from trying it. Prior to the 1990s, the prevalence of autism in the United States was estimated at 1 in 2,500. The meteoric rise in diagnoses has prompted many to cry "epidemic!" Fearful, they look for a reason, and often latch onto vaccines. Over the past decades, the diagnostic criteria for autism have been significantly loosened.
The myth likely stems back to American psychologist William James, who once espoused the idea that the average person rarely achieves more than 10% of their intellectual potential. According to surveys, most people view ECT as a barbaric relic of psychiatry's medieval past.
The union between two electrical charges, one positive and one negative, is the quintessential love story in physics. Though Hollywood loves to perpetuate the idea that we are romantically attracted to people who differ from us, in practice, this is not the case. Those who operate polygraph — "Lie Detector"— tests often boast that they are 99% accurate. Lie detector tests operate under the assumption that telltale physiological signs reveal when people aren't telling the truth. Instead, the theory that has garnered the most scientific support goes a little something like this: Dreaming is the jumbled representation of our brain's actions to assort and cobble together information and experience, like a file-sorting system.
There's no scientific consensus on why ECT works, but the majority of controlled studies show that — for severe depression — it does. About 36% of Americans believe that our brains perfectly preserve past experiences in the form of memories. Our memory is glaringly fallible, and this is problematic, particularly in the courtroom. Eyewitness testimony has led to the false convictions of a great many innocent people.
In 1993, a study published in Nature found that college students who listened to a mere ten seconds of a Mozart sonata were endowed with augmented spatial reasoning skills. Since then, millions of copies of Mozart CDs marketed to boost intelligence have been sold. More recent studies which attempted to replicate the original study have failed or found minuscule effects.
Yes, certain regions of the brain are specialized and tailored to fulfill certain tasks, but the brain doesn't handicap itself by predominantly using one side or the other — both hemispheres are used just about equally.
When your job is to be vigilant and spot things that are out of place, as is the case for an airport security screener or a film editor, you are trained to have laser-sharp attention to detail.
Then there are the people who can watch a movie and notice that in one scene the top button on a character's shirt is buttoned, and in the next scene it isn't.
The goal of any good film is to immerse the audience in the story and suspend their disbelief.
Move the cup out of the continuity field and your brain sees the cup as a "new" object with no bias.
Our visual systems are constantly trying to strike the perfect balance between what we actually see and what is important for us to see. Without a continuity field, we would be sensitive to every fluctuation in the image that we see and our visual experience would appear to be a constant hallucinogenic trip.
This stabilization makes sense when observing the real world where there is constant visual stimulation all around us, but in a dark movie theater, viewers are focused — for the most part — on the screen. When a film editor uses a strategy such as cutting to a new shot of the actor outside of the continuity field, the majority of the audience would not notice a change. This post originally appeared on Quora, in response to the question, "How does the human brain decide which memories to store?" Below is computational neuroscientist Paul King's answer, which we've republished here with permission. The brain's overriding principle, given to it from millions of years of evolution, is to retain whatever is likely to be useful later for long-term survival. Since the future utility of information is impossible to predict, the brain uses a number of heuristics that have been honed over the millenia. The systems in the brain that learn behaviors and habits are especially tuned to the eventual outcome of an action or perception. Taming a wandering brain on demand isn’t easy, especially when you need to be able to focus, understand what you’re working on and meet a deadline. A lot of people work with music in the background and say it helps them focus – but not me.
I have for a long time disagreed – finding my brain tuning into the music rather than what I’m meant to be working on.
When there’s music going on around me I find myself having to read, and then re-read a sentence to understand it and focus more on not singing David Guetta’s latest song in my head then the article in front of me. So when I stumbled across a music service based on neuroscience which has been designed to help you focus not only on demand but for extended periods of time, I was a little skeptical.
I was even more surprised to find that when I trialled the streaming service it helped me pay attention. While a lot of offices have music playing in the background, the company said a lot of mainstream music is designed to connect with the listener intellectually and emotionally and can prove to be a bigger distraction. The company’s playlists include smooth rhythms which don’t put you to sleep and are based on the idea that music can help you tap into your concentration flow. But it’s maintaining that focus which I found to be the best part – the playlists help you stay in the zone, essentially blocking out the part of your brain (the flight or fight mechanism) which is on the lookout for “danger, food, sex or shiny things,” the company said.
At one point I even forgot I had pasta boiling away on the stove top because I was so engaged with what I was working on. The company said when people are working or studying it takes about 20 minutes to get used to their environment before the brain can begin tuning out the distractions but their science based playlists cut out this adjustment time – allowing you to get on with your work when you need to. Whether it’s the placebo effect or the real deal, the streaming service which is similar to Spotify or Pandora, is definitely helping me concentrate and zone out the distractions around me. Over the past few decades, enormous amounts of effort (and dollars) have gone into understanding how the mind works. Human beings share common desires and dreams, but beneath the commonalities are differences specific to individual situations. The latest neuroscience research has revealed that human beings process words and pictures in different physical areas of the brain. To make sure that the members of the audience are following your argument, make important elements larger and brighter (or louder). If you need your clients to understand something complex — like a multitiered supply-chain diagram — build the slide one part at a time, showing only the part that you're discussing at each point in the presentation. Rather than dumping information on the audience, only provide as much information as is needed to support that message. Because human beings are naturally drawn to stories that make sense of a chaotic world, make certain your presentation is a story, with a beginning, middle, and ending.
A presentation should be like a conversation between friends or colleagues, not like a soapbox speech, a lecture, or (worst of all) a sermon. Think of your slides not as the presentation but as a visual aid to the presentation, which consists of you communicating with the audience. With this in mind, a personal anecdote or telling example is often much more effective for making an important point than anything that you can display on a screen.
If a presentation is longer than a few minutes, you should build in breaks that give the audience time to digest what you've already said. Again, getting the audience to do something active (rather than just listening passively) accesses different parts of the human brain and increases retention. Preorder my new book, Business Without the Bullsh*t, and get an exclusive bonus chapter (for you and a friend) as well as a signed bookplate. Brain implants, also called neuroprosthetics, are used to restore hearing and vision loss, but as our technology and brain knowledge improve, the applications will become almost infinite. They are "not risk-free and make sense only for a narrowly defined set of patients — but they are a sign of things to come," Marcus and Koch say. Here's an overview of what brain implants do and how they might be used to create superhumans. Serious mind uploading researchers have emerged recently, taking this seemingly science-fictional notion seriously and pursuing it via experimental and theoretical research programs, Goertzel and Ilke’ note.
At the request of KurzweilAI, the publishers have kindly made both the Introduction and the first paper by Koene, Fundamentals Of Whole Brain Emulation: State, Transition And Update Representations, open access, available in full text on the International Journal of Machine Consciousness website.
July 6, 2012 by Kaziel The much needed technology is a fully developed brain-computer-interface.
July 4, 2012 by Editor OK, cool, a whole new concept: downloading! July 6, 2012 by KingBrandonM If God exists i would prefer to go to Hell, it seems like a much more enjoyable place tbh. July 6, 2012 by GPtest Testing comments with an alt (this is Giulio).
It is ironic to me that people are so afraid of uploading when that is exactly what will stop our daily practice of dying.


July 2, 2012 by Chris Can we get a higher-res version of the illustration please? June 27, 2012 by Bri Since the post have stopped, I guess it’s safe to write some more.
You can say the same about tomorrow’s version of you (the person who will wake up in your bed tomorrow). The previous ones were like slightly dumb and ignorant versions of me, less and less as you get closer to now, and the coming ones will be, while physically deteriorating (not that much for a few decades since I eat right and exercise) mentally awesomer and awesomer, hopefully until the very end. June 27, 2012 by Opspersec A summary of the actual technological steps forward (engineering, science) presented in this issue would be nice for those of us who prefer that sort of thing. Maybe it is physically impossible to copy a mind without destroying the original at the same time though, so that at any instant in time there can only be ONE mind with that particular subjective perspective that supervenes on the mind. June 26, 2012 by Bri With a name like snake I can see you have fangs. June 26, 2012 by Bri As I said, even radical upgrade would result in continuity. July 18, 2012 by Sonhouse I think you are absolutely correct and our advances will dwarf anything we can conceive now, from our very limited points of view. June 26, 2012 by iterator Wow, so many ignore the process by which we’ve allowed machines greater access into our existence. June 26, 2012 by John Doe I would imagine that if I were to replace a single neuron in my head with an artificial neuron, that I would retain the same level of consciousness, and that if this process repeated, I would continue to be aware. Maybe due to the complexity of the brain (the interaction of hormones etc) it will result in a pure neuronal simulation being incomplete, and we would transfer our minds into a state of incompleteness, but that is to prejudice the ability for us to simulate even the immensely complex interactions of our brain in its brain soup. June 26, 2012 by aus You can do a simple thought experiment to determine if mind uploading will result in immortality. Say you did a non-destructive upload to a computer, that is your memories are uploaded to the computer but your brain is left intact and perfectly functioning in your skull. So you wake up from this uploading procedure and you have a conversation with the computer. June 27, 2012 by Alex I see your argument as unfinished or at least half.
Ok so finally you discover that you lost a physical body and are in the process of evaluating your experience in compairing it with what you used to feel when you had a “real Biological body” and you say things like i wonder what people think of me now that i am the fake me ? June 27, 2012 by MatthewQ Your physical meat body would continue on the downward trajectory of decrepitude and die- of course.
The scenario you mention of waking up and having the conversation with yourself is a very interesting point but it also contains a bit of the answer. I think it would not be so bad having yourself as a companion for the rest of your days when viewed in this liight.
June 26, 2012 by Matthew Fuller Thank you, thanks, and thank you for the quick peak. However, smart persons have been discussing this for decades, and will probably continue for other decades, until mind uploading will be operational routine, at which point I think the metaphysical doubts will disappear like a snowflake in the sun. Re reading the papers, note that “Editor Ben Goertzel has also gathered links to informal, “preprint” versions of the papers in this Special Issue, hosted on the paper authors’ websites.
Of course hypothetical techniques such as non-destructive uploading and synthetic cell replacement further complicate this issue. The Kurzweil Accelerating Intelligence newsletter concisely covers relevant major science and technology breakthroughs (daily or weekly) via e-mail. Some futurists predict humans will be able to upload their consciousness to computers in the near future. The conference, which is the brainchild of Russian multimillionaire Dmitry Itskov, fell somewhere between hardcore science and science fiction. Substantial achievements have been made in the field of brain-computer interfaces, or BCIs (also called brain-machine interfaces).
José Carmena and Michel Maharbiz, electrical engineers at the University of California, Berkeley, are working to develop state-of-the-art motor BCIs. Theodore Berger, a neural engineer at the University of Southern California in Los Angeles, is taking BCIs to a new level by developing a memory prosthesis.
The conference took a surreal turn when Martine Rothblatt — a lawyer, author and entrepreneur, and CEO of biotech company United Therapeutics Corp. In parallel with the talk of brain technologies and mind-uploading, much was said about the nature of consciousness in the universe. The entry for mind uploading — one of the cooler concepts of modern life — may be deleted from Wikipedia if it’s not improved. In addition to its cultural role, mind uploading also reflects a fundamental assumption of modern neuroscience and cognitive theory: that consciousness does not require some mysterious, immaterial energizing force, but is contained in the physical interactions of a brain and its structure, and can thus be quantified and described. Unfortunately, the entry for mind uploading is, as user Jw2035 notes on its deletion page, almost entirely barren of scholarly or even cultural references. The virus infects the neurons near the injection site, and in three weeks it propagates all throughout the brain. Among other functions, this area of the brain is responsible for interpreting certain sensations, primarily the sense of touch. The researchers analyzed and imaged about 1,700 mouse brains in all; the report in Nature is based on 469 of those. In part, that's because the human brain — which has an estimated 86 billion neurons — is densely packed and intricately connected, making it almost mind-numbingly complex. This foundation will allow researchers to examine what is different in a diseased brain, and to begin to develop animal models of brain diseases — an important tool for medical research. Imagine you look through all of your study notes before an exam, and you don't remember anything.
Reading the same material over and over again will help you store the information more permanently in your memory so that you can retrieve the information at a later time point.
We need to identify or make personal links to the information that we want to remember to increase our engagement. It is very effective to use a combination of strategies such as using both visual and written information.
You need to find the strategy that works for you because we learn differently and prefer different strategies. When you stumble upon a difficult concept, take your time to understand it and find its meaning. Each of the last three major revisions to the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders(DSM) has made it much easier for psychiatrists to diagnose the disorder. If we found a way to unlock and unleash the remaining 90%, we could figure out the solution to that pesky problem at work, or become a math genius, or develop telekinetic powers! Metabolically speaking, the brain is an expensive tissue to maintain, hogging as much as 20% of our resting caloric expenditure, despite constituting a mere 2% of the average human's body weight. Over the years, self-help gurus and hucksters looking to make a buck morphed that notion into the idea that 90% of our brain is dormant and locked away. Do you picture a straight-jacketed individual being bound to a table against his will, electrodes attached to his skull, and then convulsing brutally on a table as electricity courses through his body? And while ECT may once have been a violent process, it hasn't been like that for over five decades. The reality is that nobody, not even a machine, can accurately tell when somebody is lying. Thus, polygraphs measure indicators like skin conductance, blood pressure, and respiration. Moreover, when one learns to control factors like perspiration and heart rate, one can easily pass a lie detector test. Indeed, a 1999 study found that an overwhelming 91% of people who'd received ECT viewed it positively. What we recall is often a blurry mixture of accurate recollections, along with what jells with our beliefs, needs, emotions, and hunches," Lilienfeld wrote.
The state of Georgia even passed a bill to allow every newborn to receive a free cassette or CD of Mozart's music. They've also pointed to a much more likely explanation for the original findings: short-term arousal. Those that use their left hemisphere are more analytical and logical, while those that use their right hemisphere are more creative and artistic.
If most people noticed every little change in their field of view at every moment of every day, they might go insane.
These are called "continuity errors" because they break the audience's attention and the illusion of realism.
For example, if you and a friend walked along a tree-lined street together, your friend would pass in and out of the sunlight and shadows from the trees, and his or her face would constantly change in appearance. However even if they are irrelevant — like the background noise that you tune out — they must be identified so that they can be removed from perception. And things that happened most recently are often the most relevant because they are closest to the present. Emotions are a way of assessing and categorizing situations according to their role in our instinctual survival program. This is good news for you, especially when it comes to public speaking, which requires getting into the minds (and hearts) of an audience. Neuroscience research offers loads of insights that every business person ought to apply to presentations.
If your presentation includes pictures alongside text, people are twice as likely to remember your message. A video clip can create a burst of movement that accesses additional areas of the human brain, making your presentation (literally) more memorable. Provide an outline structure to help them understand where they are in the overall message. Cut out all irrelevant details and only include crucial aspects of what you must say to get your message across.
At the end of the presentation, you want the members of the audience to feel that they understand you, not the presentation. A break might consist of a cartoon, a video clip, a raise-your-hand poll.  Breaking up the rhythm helps aid retention.
More important, getting the audience to take an action (any action!) builds momentum for next steps. To make sure that you have a productive Q&A, anticipate questions that might come up — and leave those bits out of your presentation. Doctors are implanting these technologies in our brains to restore sight to the blind and hearing to the deaf. Koene (a contributor of two papers to this volume) has formed a nonprofit organization called Carbon Copies (carboncopies.org) to promote mind uploading research. These preprint versions are not guaranteed to be identical to the final published versions, but the content should be essentially the same, he advises. Once this is figured out, the rest should be relatively fast-forward, since the basic framework for brain emulation is already available, but strangely ignored. I’m using it as a desktop wallpaper, I have a 1080p monitor, and it looks ugly with bitmap scaling. But even in older age, you may reconfigure your mind so profoundly in just a few years (or days or less?) that versions from just a few thousand days ago seem alien. Then it could be that i AM the computer once my mind gets uploaded to it and the manifestation of my mind as a brain perishes at the same time that it is copied. We’ll look back in 100 years and giggle at how simple we were, just as we look back today at 100 years ago.


We’ve come a long way from sharpened rock, to wooden teeth, to artificial hearts, and now artificial ears and eyes. What’s crucial is that the pattern of action potential is maintained, as it is this massively parallel dynamic process that gives rise to consciousness I think. Your mind would have also been uploaded to a new substrate and continue in the this format too. I think your original meat body would still go through a lot of the normal anxieties about mortality and death.
If so, once you upload thoughts and memories, you upload also consciousness, whatever that is. That is that a computer that uploads your mind may have your memories and thoughts, but not your consciousness. This notion formed the basis for the Global Future 2045 International Congress, a futuristic conference held here June 15-16. It featured a diverse cast of speakers, from scientific luminaries like Ray Kurzweil, Peter Diamandis and Marvin Minsky, to Swamis and other spiritual leaders.
Several technologies are undergoing similar exponential advances, from genetic sequencing to 3D printing, Kurzweil told conference attendees. Specifically, they believe that in a few decades, humans will be able to upload their minds to a computer, transcending the need for a biological body. These devices consist of pill-size electrode arrays that record neural signals from the brain's motor areas, which are then decoded by a computer and used to control a computer cursor or prosthetic limb (such as a robotic arm). Berger aims to replace part of the brain's hippocampus, the region that converts short-term memories into long-term ones, with a BCI. Continuity of the self is one issue, because your persona would no longer inhabit just a biological body. Physicist Roger Penrose of the University of Oxford and others disagree with the interpretation of the brain as a mere computer. The 32-year-old president of the Global Future 2045 Congress is dead set on living forever. A full description of the mind could take decades, and transferring that description decades more — if, that is, it’s ever possible at all. Once the virus has propagated, they take the brain out of the mouse and image it in several different ways, eventually generating about 1 terabyte of data per mouse. Connections originating from 11 specific regions are highlighted in different colors, and the rest are shown in gray. You need a learning rationale so that it makes sense to you why it is relevant to remember. Minimize distractions and keep your attention or focus directed towards the information that you want to remember.
You should not repeat information that you do not understand – you should repeat the meaning of information. These strategies are often called mnemonic devices (see Mnemonic Devices: The Art of Improving Memory). Try grouping related or similar concepts and terms together so that you organize information into meaningful pieces that are easier to remember. In a great many carefully controlled laboratory trials, subliminal messages did not affect subjects' consumer choices or voting preferences. When a 2005 study conducted in England tracked autism cases between 1992 and 1998 using identical diagnostic criteria, the rates didn't budge. When these signs spike out of the test-taker's normal range in response to a question, the operator interprets that a lie has been told. Admittedly, dreaming mostly remains an enigma to science, but the act is almost certainly not a crystal ball of the unconscious mind.
One famous example is in the 1990 film "Pretty Woman." In one scene Julia Roberts is eating a pancake that in the next shot it turns into a croissant and then back to a pancake. When studying for a test, students often use repetition to activate the brain's importance circuits. An entertaining science teacher will ask students to guess what will happen and then show that the opposite happens. A moment correlated with a strong emotional state will be retained for a long time, which is why, for example leading up to a car accident, people have the memory of time slowing down and noticing every detail. With a slot machine, most of the time nothing happens, but sometimes the bells ring and the sign flashes "winner!". If you stand quietly for 20 seconds with an expectant expression, social pressure will inevitably produce the first question, and others will follow. Olympics gonna get nuked in a month then ww3 starts and then it’s only a matter of months, not years. Besides, Heaven is filled past the brim with people i hate, why would i want to spend eternity there? The difference in subjective perspective becomes very evident if you think of the version of you that existed 30 years ago, or will exist in 30 years. Maybe the subjective perspective gets preserved then, but i think there is no way to ever verify this from a third perspective. Why does it not occur to some that a new substrate should take over as portions of the old substrate are either disabled or made obsolete. He illustrated the point with a series of graphs showing the inexorable upward climb of various technologies. Many groups are now developing BCIs to restore motor skills, following damage to the nervous system from a stroke or spinal cord injury.
Carmena and Maharbiz spoke of the challenge of making a BCI that works stably over time and does not require being tethered to wires. The device records the electrical activity that encodes a simple short-term memory (such as pushing a button) and converts it to a digital signal. She cited one definition of life as a self-replicating code that maintains itself against disorder.
Penrose argued that consciousness is a quantum mechanical phenomenon arising from the fabric of the universe. She received a graduate certificate in science communication from the University of California, Santa Cruz, and a bachelor of science in biomedical engineering from Brown University. So, add us to your ad blocker’s whitelist or pay $1 per week for an ad-free version of WIRED.
By following the path of the virus and analyzing these images down to a very small scale, they can create a picture of how that particular region connects to the rest of the brain.
You may create new ideas on the basis of the experience, and then you begin to understand how theory and practice are linked. Time didn't actually slow down — it's just that a lot of detail got recorded and so the event is remembered this way. All of the worlds FreeThinkers, Intellectuals, Visionaries, all my friends, and almost everyone i idolize are going to Hell according to most Christians so obviously thats the place to be. The reality, however, is that neural engineering is making significant strides toward modeling the brain and developing technologies to restore or replace some of its biological functions.
That signal is passed into a computer where it is mathematically transformed and then fed back into the brain, where it gets sealed in as a long-term memory. She has previously written for Science News, Wired, The Santa Cruz Sentinel, the radio show Big Picture Science and other places. The material on this site may not be reproduced, distributed, transmitted, cached or otherwise used, except with the prior written permission of Conde Nast. In 1958, the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation informed its viewers that they were going to test a subliminal advertisement during a Sunday night show. If you are thinking of calling someone and the phone rings and it's them, you will remember that for a long time because the coincidence is so unusual.
Addictive drugs like nicotine and cocaine activate reward circuits directly, causing everything that led up to taking the drug to be given automatic priority by the brain. Personally im Atheist, formerly Caholic until i read the bible and realized its complete and utter BS.
To move from one substrate to another while maintaining a coherent consciousness, you must iteratively replace the old susbstrate with the new, until all that remains is the new.
He has successfully tested the device in rats and monkeys, and is now working with human patients. On the contrary, software and hardware are as good as wet ware, or biological materials, she argued. Tanya has lived on a tropical island, witnessed volcanic eruptions and flown in zero gravity (without losing her lunch!). Since you forget all the times you thought of calling without the phone ringing, you are left with the false impression that the coincidence was special. Dopamine is a neurotransmitter central to signaling reward and activating procedural memory formation.
Now i am a Biotechnology major in my first year of college and i hope to become a Synthetic Biologist and work in the field of Genetic Enineering, i am hoping to participate in the process of improving mankind. I’m not suggesting that uploading your mind would be a simple process by any means, but it is not impossible. When something leads to a strongly unpleasant outcome, emotional circuits label the preceding events as fearful. I personally cannot wait until the Rapture, so you guys can finally leave me alone, if Jesus doesnt come for you soon, im calling a cab.
The problem with faith is that you dont truly know, with science you do know and if your wrong you have the luxury of changing your beliefs, in religion you dont have that luxury, its infallible even in the face of blatant contradicting evidence to the contrary, you just shut your eyes and pretend it isnt there, we look at the evidence and if it supports it we accept it, if it doesnt we dont. The Skeptic web site is real, but it wouldn’t let me apply for the million dollar prize.
Later, as I was in the bathroom, I had that feeling like an elevator drop, and I saw more clearly the area that I would be stopped.
It’s relatively easy to project extensions of my spirit, but it is firmly bound to my body. It was on the way to my job site, one block before I would turn of merrick Rd in Masapequa.
As I got into my van, it hit me again, but this time I could see it as if I were within that block.
As I turned on to Merrick Rd I could see a cop car, pulled over to the side, with it’s lights on. If you live for a thousand more years in the future, then you have’nt met yourself till you have those experiences. It strikes me very plainly that even though it hasn’t happened in our time frame, it still has happened already. I have avoided several car accidents because I moved out of the way of an accident that I witnessed in front of me up the road before it happened. It may be hard for me to tell you something to convince you of the truth I’m telling.



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