Found : No Cure for Songs Stuck in Your Head ALBANY, N.Y. – Unexpected and insidious, the earworm slinks its way into the brain and refuses to leave. Symptoms vary, although high levels of annoyance and frustration are common. There are numerous potential treatments, but no cure. "Earworm" is the term coined by University of…

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Found : History of PSYOP Psychological operations may be defined broadly as the planned use of communications to influence human attitudes and behavior … to create in target groups behavior, emotions, and attitudes that support the attainment of national objectives. The form of communication can be as simple as spreading information covertly by word of…

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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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Reprint of an article originally published in New Dawn Magazine #95, expanded and revised. A fascinating survey of brainwashing and trauma in primitive Christianity, touching upon a number of shocking and exotic themes!

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FOUND: Cafe Hayek: …I’ve become convinced that a major difference separating libertarians from non-libertarians is libertarians’ hostility to secular superstitions. I’m not talking here about belief in spiritual deities. Many libertarians (like myself) are atheists; many others (like my co-blogger Russ Roberts) are deeply religious. But almost by definition, all libertarians reject the notion that the…

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