Monthly Archives: September 2018

Predictive Powers Built Into The Basic Mammalian Model?

I was reading this article on how researchers have analysed the neural circuits of mice as they walk and figured out how they ignore the sound of their own steps while retaining the ability to hear other things at the … Continue reading

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Bacteria Busy Buzzing In Your Body

Apparently there are more electricity generating (electrogenic) bacteria around that we knew. And a whole bunch are living inside you. And me. All of us to some degree. https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2018/09/180912133442.htm

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Working with victims of disaster

Nearly 4 months ago we were hit by a devastating flood – the worst in our history. It’s left large areas of our city unoccupied and in question of restoration. During this I heard the experiences of those affected, saw … Continue reading

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