Found : Altered photos play tricks on memory New York, Nov 22 – Doctored photos have a way of affecting your memory, according to a new study that used digitally altered images of public events. The study, initiated by the University of California at Irvine, found that doctored photos of public events can make them…

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Found : A toke a day keeps memory loss at bay Small doses of marijuana improve the function of aging brains, scientists find Turns out a few dances with Mary Jane can do wonders for an aging brain. Yes, a daily toke in later-middle and old age can help slow memory loss, or the onset…

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Found : Erotic and Violent Images Cloud Vision, Study Finds When people see violent or erotic images, they fail to process whatever they see next, according to new research. Scientists are calling the effect "attentional rubbernecking." “We observed that people fail to detect visual images that appeared one-fifth of a second after emotional images, whereas…

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“Changes to the ego or self-image or personality by magic are classed as works of illumination and are mainly accomplished by retroactive enchantment and invocation. Retroactive enchantment in this case consists of rewriting our personal history. As our history largely defines our future, we can change our future by redefining our past. Everybody has some…

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