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    1966 Pentagon document corroborates this, explaining that hypnotism cannot be trusted as a military weapon. “It is probably significant that in the long history of hypnosis, where the potential application to intelligence has always been known, there are no reliable accounts of its effective use
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    how does a smart thing make it possible to change the entire experience and workflow of a job we do in the real world?
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    Note that any part of this pattern can vary. For example, some #IoT applications have strong, constant connectivity, while others will increasingly have intermittent connectivity and a lot of autonomy. As the resin.io blog put it, they will be “Strong Devices, Weakly Connected.” A fully autonomous robot is our model for this kind of #IoT device.
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    Lobotomies, the Soviet Union charged, turned “an insane person into an idiot.” In total, it is estimated that forty thousand lobotomies were performed in the United States alone over two decades.)
  • Isaac shared from The New Oxford American Dictionary by Oxford
    lo·bot·o·my  n. (pl. -mies) a surgical operation involving incision into the prefrontal lobe of the brain, formerly used to treat mental illness.
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    dorsolateral prefrontal cortex, which is usually dormant when a normal person dreams, is active, indicating that the person is partially conscious while dreaming. In fact, the more lucid the dream, the more active the dorsolateral prefrontal cortex. Since the dorsolateral prefrontal cortex represents the conscious part of the brain, the dreamer must be aware while he or she is dreaming.
    Note: i was in lucid dream reading previous part
  • Isaac shared from The New Oxford American Dictionary by Oxford
    ru·mi·nate  v. [intrans.] 1 think deeply about something: we sat ruminating on the nature of existence. 2 (of a ruminant) chew the cud.   ru·mi·na·tion n. ru·mi·na·tive adj. ru·mi·na·tive·ly adv. ru·mi·na·tor n.  mid 16th cent.: from Latin ruminat- 'chewed over', from the verb ruminari.
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    in 1865, August Kekulé had a dream about benzene, in which the bonds of carbon atoms formed a chain that eventually wrapped around and finally formed a circle, just like a snake biting its tail. This dream would unlock the atomic structure of the benzene molecule. He concluded, “Let us learn to dream!”
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