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None of Your Neurons Know Who You Are...



Evolutionary insights into global patterns of human cranial diversity: population history, climatic and dietary effects


..........This approach has revealed that global patterns of cranial variation can largely be explained on the basis of neutral theory. Therefore, human cranial data can be productively employed as a proxy for neutral genetic data in archaeological contexts. Moreover, there is a growing recognition that regions of the cranium differ in the extent to which they fit a neutral model of microevolutionary expectation, allowing for a more detailed assessment of patterns of adaptation and phenotypic plasticity within the human skull. Taking an historical perspective, the current state of knowledge regarding patterns of cranial adaptation in response to climatic and dietary effects is reviewed. Further insights will be gained by better incorporating the study of cranial and postcranial variation, as well as understanding the impact of neutral versus non-neutral evolution in creating among-species diversity patterns in primates more generally. .........
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Evolutionary insights into global patterns of human cranial diversity: population history, climatic and dietary effects


..........This approach has revealed that global patterns of cranial variation can largely be explained on the basis of neutral theory. Therefore, human cranial data can be productively employed as a proxy for neutral genetic data in archaeological contexts. Moreover, there is a growing recognition that regions of the cranium differ in the extent to which they fit a neutral model of microevolutionary expectation, allowing for a more detailed assessment of patterns of adaptation and phenotypic plasticity within the human skull. Taking an historical perspective, the current state of knowledge regarding patterns of cranial adaptation in response to climatic and dietary effects is reviewed. Further insights will be gained by better incorporating the study of cranial and postcranial variation, as well as understanding the impact of neutral versus non-neutral evolution in creating among-species diversity patterns in primates more generally. .........
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Could Inception become a reality? Scientists induce lucid dreams by adding current to sleeping people's brains
[link to www.dailymail.co.uk]
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a 40Hz gamma frequency wave pulse induces a singularity within the visual cortex of the brain. it activate the inner "all seeing" eye.

[link to www.stealthskater.com]

"For instance, the color, shape, movement, and location of an object are processed in different parts of the visual cortex. And these features of an object need to be reunited into a single entity. This is known as the binding problem."
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remembering we have discovered our central nervous system is energy/motion (self organizing) with our environment thus our central nervous system is autonomous to our self and we are autonomous to it
in the same way we can consider the notion that because our self experiences our environment both by experiencing our nervous systems experience of our environment
and
we experience our nervous systems experiences autonomously we can consider the notion our self experiences color, shape motion and location through separate senses our bodies possess and our self synergizes all of these experiences simultaneously within one synergistic experiences caused by various senses in conjunction to our central nervous system

where this to become true it explains how our self will remain a recognizable structure when our body ceases to function
our self must be an autonomous self organizing to our environment energy structure and our body must be various self organizing structures managed by our central nervous system

we could begin to see our bodies as organic sensory structures of synergistic design to cause i experience upon gaia to be a realistic as possible to material life and death experience and all that is in between the two experiences

to become comfortable with this view we require to become comfortable to self cause, the spark of life process and the notion of eternal life including meaning of death that makes sense to how we live
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the good news about our neurons not knowing who we are is they possess no preconceived ides thus we explain ourselves properly to them because we do it our self and we know there can be no misunderstanding between our self and neurons because to tell them ourselves who and what we are is showing neurons we know who and what they are in the process

naturally

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the good news about our neurons not knowing who we are is they possess no preconceived ides thus we explain ourselves properly to them because we do it our self and we know there can be no misunderstanding between our self and neurons because to tell them ourselves who and what we are is showing neurons we know who and what they are in the process

naturally
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and neurons know enough to know when we make sense enough to prompt them to agree or not with what we see/say or not

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Kitsune

...........The more tails a kitsune has—they may have as many as nine—the older, wiser, and more powerful it is. Because of their potential power and influence, some people make offerings to them as to a deity.
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i have met more than 1 but not more than 2 thus far

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There is a lot in the link you provided.

I noticed a connection between '3, M, E, W' sometime ago. But didn't really know what to make of it. That caught my attention in the link .
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Think it was aether who originally posted it from a thread. I know it does, that is why I remembered it.

Oh! Remember the cayce labyrinth that had dolphins in it? Looks just like solomons labyrinth, that is what the plate reminds me of.
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hmm

I think so. Was is a poster here who went there and shared some images of their trip? Was it Cutbait?


I believe it is a common design.

:PansLabyrinth:
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love that labryinth in that picture, finding the flower in the mind, the heart mind, would be nice to visit Chartres,

have ye tried walking a labyrinth Seer? nice experience :)
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Sufism

Sufism is a branch of Islam, defined by adherents as the inner, mystical dimension of Islam; others contend that it is a perennial philosophy of existence that pre-dates religion, the expression of which flowered within Islam.....................

....................While all Muslims believe that they are on the pathway to God and hope to become close to God in Paradise—after death and after the "Final Judgment"—Sufis also believe that it is possible to draw closer to God and to more fully embrace the Divine Presence in this life..
 Quoting: observation

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

as in gnosis ?

" A Dickian neologism roughly equivalent to "living knowledge" and another cognate for VALIS . Dick often felt that he had bonded with the plasmate in 2-3-74 and that, as a result, he had a second self dwelling within his psyche, making him a homoplasmate. Dick often regarded the plasmate as the living transmission of the Gnostic goddess Sophia.
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Organophosphate

An organophosphate (sometimes abbreviated OP) or phosphate ester is the general name for esters of phosphoric acid. Many of the most important biochemicals are organophosphates, including DNA and RNA as well as many cofactors that are essential for life. Organophosphates are the basis of many insecticides, herbicides, and nerve agents. The United States Environmental Protection Agency lists organophosphates as very highly acutely toxic to bees, wildlife, and humans.

Recent studies suggest a possible link to adverse effects in the neurobehavioral development of fetuses and children, even at very low levels of exposure. Organophosphates are widely used as solvents, plasticizers, and EP additives.

[link to en.wikipedia.org]



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that all sounds horrible to the point i never finished reading

no imagination what it could experience as is the sensation
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What part of it was so horrible for you? scratching

Do you see the connections? Is it plausible?
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 Quoting: Seer777


yes
we have yet to consider matching what we know to what is happening because we consider no one knows where to begin thinking about it so we don`t
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Who is we? Many, many are both considering it and working toward an answer/solution.

Myself included.

I think the study out of UC Davis is intriguing and follows with the line of thinking I have been following regarding autism since the early oughts.
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hmm

I think so. Was is a poster here who went there and shared some images of their trip? Was it Cutbait?


I believe it is a common design.

PansLabyrinth
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love that labryinth in that picture, finding the flower in the mind, the heart mind, would be nice to visit Chartres,

have ye tried walking a labyrinth Seer? nice experience :)
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I have not in the physical sense. However, I mind the labyrinth of my experiences on the regular. lol.

Good morning everyone.
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The plate has all the look of this, when I made a 3D shape of the 2D swastika. You can even see how the center convergence planes are offset to each other... just as on the plate.

swas1 swsas2
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what are we looking at here /z\
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oh, wow.
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Organophosphate

An organophosphate (sometimes abbreviated OP) or phosphate ester is the general name for esters of phosphoric acid. Many of the most important biochemicals are organophosphates, including DNA and RNA as well as many cofactors that are essential for life. Organophosphates are the basis of many insecticides, herbicides, and nerve agents. The United States Environmental Protection Agency lists organophosphates as very highly acutely toxic to bees, wildlife, and humans.

Recent studies suggest a possible link to adverse effects in the neurobehavioral development of fetuses and children, even at very low levels of exposure. Organophosphates are widely used as solvents, plasticizers, and EP additives.

[link to en.wikipedia.org]



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What part of it was so horrible for you? scratching

Do you see the connections? Is it plausible?
 Quoting: Seer777

 Quoting: Seer777


yes
we have yet to consider matching what we know to what is happening because we consider no one knows where to begin thinking about it so we don`t
 Quoting: aether


Who is we? Many, many are both considering it and working toward an answer/solution.

Myself included.

I think the study out of UC Davis is intriguing and follows with the line of thinking I have been following regarding autism since the early oughts.
 Quoting: Seer777


Ppl only like the idea of smart autistics that are somehow debilitated by their autism so that they are not too effectual with their "super powers"

It is such an uncomfortable situation to realize their minds are literally wired differently and this affects things as common as sight, hearing , speech, and emotion. They are almost a different breed of human in some cases it seems the more you understand the condition.

Then add in the multiple theories of where it came from and why. It is a controversial topic ppl are willing to acknowledge exist in most cases but are literally afraid to embrace the implications of what it might mean for humanity as a species moving forward.

It has quickly become an "oh, well thats their problem. They seem alright to me." Type of deal so the real developments of the "disorder" fly under the radar as many become more and more functional and breed.

Which of course makes even more on the high functioning end of the spectrum.
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Who is we? Many, many are both considering it and working toward an answer/solution.

Myself included.

I think the study out of UC Davis is intriguing and follows with the line of thinking I have been following regarding autism since the early oughts.
 Quoting: Seer777


Ppl only like the idea of smart autistics that are somehow debilitated by their autism so that they are not too effectual with their "super powers"

It is such an uncomfortable situation to realize their minds are literally wired differently and this affects things as common as sight, hearing , speech, and emotion. They are almost a different breed of human in some cases it seems the more you understand the condition.

Then add in the multiple theories of where it came from and why. It is a controversial topic ppl are willing to acknowledge exist in most cases but are literally afraid to embrace the implications of what it might mean for humanity as a species moving forward.

It has quickly become an "oh, well thats their problem. They seem alright to me." Type of deal so the real developments of the "disorder" fly under the radar as many become more and more functional and breed.

Which of course makes even more on the high functioning end of the spectrum.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 51889363


I was discussing the autism spectrum disorder with another yesterday in regard to Autism vs Asperger Syndrome and whether the two belong together at all, and/or if they are completely different things.

I think the reason we call it a 'spectrum' because it is so poorly understood and can present differently with a few tells and due severity.


In regard to the implications of the UC Davis study, I would like to see the range of severity of the 1/3 of women living within 1 mile of the spraying in direct relation outward.

If that makes sense. Still early here.
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Who is we? Many, many are both considering it and working toward an answer/solution.

Myself included.

I think the study out of UC Davis is intriguing and follows with the line of thinking I have been following regarding autism since the early oughts.
 Quoting: Seer777


Ppl only like the idea of smart autistics that are somehow debilitated by their autism so that they are not too effectual with their "super powers"

It is such an uncomfortable situation to realize their minds are literally wired differently and this affects things as common as sight, hearing , speech, and emotion. They are almost a different breed of human in some cases it seems the more you understand the condition.

Then add in the multiple theories of where it came from and why. It is a controversial topic ppl are willing to acknowledge exist in most cases but are literally afraid to embrace the implications of what it might mean for humanity as a species moving forward.

It has quickly become an "oh, well thats their problem. They seem alright to me." Type of deal so the real developments of the "disorder" fly under the radar as many become more and more functional and breed.

Which of course makes even more on the high functioning end of the spectrum.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 51889363


I was discussing the autism spectrum disorder with another yesterday in regard to Autism vs Asperger Syndrome and whether the two belong together at all, and/or if they are completely different things.

I think the reason we call it a 'spectrum' because it is so poorly understood and can present differently with a few tells and due severity.


In regard to the implications of the UC Davis study, I would like to see the range of severity of the 1/3 of women living within 1 mile of the spraying in direct relation outward.

If that makes sense. Still early here.
 Quoting: Seer777


Actually the aspergers designation has been done away with. That is why the talk of low and high functioning. That is how it is referred to now. Though it is commonly ignored because aspergers became easily recognized and at least partially understood. It looks like it will persist in spite of the decision to do away with the diagnoses. Which i like actually but is creates a clear line between high functioning and low. The differences should be acknowledged because they are so stark.

Women and aspergers is an interesting topic all on its own.
It largely goes undiagnosed/noticed largely to do social perceptions. Women are allowed to be quarky or sensitive to sights, sounds, smells, textures and to have "crazy ideas" more readily then men.

A sexist position that helps and hinders autistic women at the same time.

Can you link the UC study? Or is just a page back? I have resources that might be able to give you more information.
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Ppl only like the idea of smart autistics that are somehow debilitated by their autism so that they are not too effectual with their "super powers"

It is such an uncomfortable situation to realize their minds are literally wired differently and this affects things as common as sight, hearing , speech, and emotion. They are almost a different breed of human in some cases it seems the more you understand the condition.

Then add in the multiple theories of where it came from and why. It is a controversial topic ppl are willing to acknowledge exist in most cases but are literally afraid to embrace the implications of what it might mean for humanity as a species moving forward.

It has quickly become an "oh, well thats their problem. They seem alright to me." Type of deal so the real developments of the "disorder" fly under the radar as many become more and more functional and breed.

Which of course makes even more on the high functioning end of the spectrum.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 51889363


I was discussing the autism spectrum disorder with another yesterday in regard to Autism vs Asperger Syndrome and whether the two belong together at all, and/or if they are completely different things.

I think the reason we call it a 'spectrum' because it is so poorly understood and can present differently with a few tells and due severity.


In regard to the implications of the UC Davis study, I would like to see the range of severity of the 1/3 of women living within 1 mile of the spraying in direct relation outward.

If that makes sense. Still early here.
 Quoting: Seer777


Actually the aspergers designation has been done away with. That is why the talk of low and high functioning. That is how it is referred to now. Though it is commonly ignored because aspergers became easily recognized and at least partially understood. It looks like it will persist in spite of the decision to do away with the diagnoses. Which i like actually but is creates a clear line between high functioning and low. The differences should be acknowledged because they are so stark.

Women and aspergers is an interesting topic all on its own.
It largely goes undiagnosed/noticed largely to do social perceptions. Women are allowed to be quarky or sensitive to sights, sounds, smells, textures and to have "crazy ideas" more readily then men.

A sexist position that helps and hinders autistic women at the same time.

Can you link the UC study? Or is just a page back? I have resources that might be able to give you more information.
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Good point. When do you think 'sensitive' crosses over into being considered a 'disorder'? I would assume it would be if someone becomes non-functioning or freaks out rather often...if you will.

There seems to be a vast difference between 'high functioning' and 'low functioning' to perhaps be considered something different altogether.

Maybe.

Here is the study. I provided two different links.
I saw this UC Davis study earlier.


Pesticide Exposure During Pregnancy Linked To Autism (STUDY)

In a new study from California, children with an autism spectrum disorder were more likely to have mothers who lived close to fields treated with certain pesticides during pregnancy.

Proximity to agricultural pesticides in pregnancy was also linked to other types of developmental delay among children.

“Ours is the third study to specifically link autism spectrum disorders to pesticide exposure, whereas more papers have demonstrated links with developmental delay,” said lead author Janie F. Shelton, from the University of California, Davis.

There needs to be more research before scientists can say that pesticides cause autism, she told Reuters Health in an email. But pesticides all affect signaling between cells in the nervous system, she added, so a direct link is plausible.

California is one of only a few states in the U.S. where agricultural pesticide use is rigorously reported and mapped. For the new study, the researchers used those maps to track exposures during pregnancy for the mothers of 970 children.

The children included 486 with an autism spectrum disorder (ASD), 168 with a developmental delay and 316 with typical development.

...

In the new study, about a third of mothers had lived within a mile of fields treated with pesticides, most commonly organophosphates.

[link to www.huffingtonpost.com]
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Puts a whole new spin on living 'down wind'.


UC Davis study links autism to pesticides
Using the pesticide data maps, researchers overlaid addresses of about 1,000 participants in a Childhood Autism Risks from Genetics and Environment study — a population-based, case-control study of children ages 2-5 with autism, developmental delay and typical development. The study area primarily was within a two-hour drive of Sacramento.

About one-third of the mothers in the study lived within 1.5 kilometers — just under a mile — of an agricultural pesticide application when they were pregnant, the researchers said.

The risk of autism decreased the farther the pregnant women lived from where pesticides were sprayed, the report said.


The research included four classes of pesticides: organophosphates, organochlorines, pyrethroids and carbamates. The pesticides are used on a variety of crops in the Valley, such as cantaloupe, melon, oranges, tomato processing, cotton and alfalfa.

[link to www.fresnobee.com]
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Did you ever see this movie?


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Actually the aspergers designation has been done away with. That is why the talk of low and high functioning. That is how it is referred to now. Though it is commonly ignored because aspergers became easily recognized and at least partially understood. It looks like it will persist in spite of the decision to do away with the diagnoses. Which i like actually but is creates a clear line between high functioning and low. The differences should be acknowledged because they are so stark.

Women and aspergers is an interesting topic all on its own.
It largely goes undiagnosed/noticed largely to do social perceptions. Women are allowed to be quarky or sensitive to sights, sounds, smells, textures and to have "crazy ideas" more readily then men.

A sexist position that helps and hinders autistic women at the same time.

Can you link the UC study? Or is just a page back? I have resources that might be able to give you more information.
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Good point. When do you think 'sensitive' crosses over into being considered a 'disorder'? I would assume it would be if someone becomes non-functioning or freaks out rather often...if you will.

There seems to be a vast difference between 'high functioning' and 'low functioning' to perhaps be considered something different altogether.

Maybe.

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Sensitive becomes a disorder when it creates a strain on society or those who are in direct contact with the person on a regular basis. If there sensitivity/symptoms are severe enough they have a disorder. If not they are "high functioning" So even with aspergers there is still an element of how the individual handles it if it is to be considered a disorder or not.

So paradoxically if someone has a disorder or not could depend on the company they keep. Family for instance. What is a disorder to some is a unique gift to others.

In regards to it being different altogether the difference again comes down to the individual it seems. If they can adapt and even utilize the differently structured brain that comes from having autism they are effectively something entirely different than the one ones who have autism and can not.

Did you ever see this movie?


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:) No i haven't. It appears to definitely make some blatant nods to the disorder doesnt it?

Notice they accentuated the little girls pineal gland? wink wink.

I will look over the study. Be back in a bit.
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This is awesome. Vid at link shows him moving his hand.


'Neural Bypass' Reconnects Brain to Muscles in Paralyzed Man

For the first time ever, a quadriplegic man has moved his hand using his own thoughts.

Ian Burkhart, a 23-year-old who became paralyzed after a diving accident four years ago, is the first patient to try out Neurobridge, which reroutes brain signals. The system combines a computer chip implanted in the brain, a brain-computer interface, and a sleeve that transmits electrical signals to the patient's forearm and hand.

Neurobridge works as a kind of neural "bypass," taking signals from the brain, rerouting them around the damaged spinal cord and sending them directly to the muscles, according to its developers, including doctors at the Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center and researchers from Battelle Memorial Institute in Columbus, Ohio.

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Actually the aspergers designation has been done away with. That is why the talk of low and high functioning. That is how it is referred to now. Though it is commonly ignored because aspergers became easily recognized and at least partially understood. It looks like it will persist in spite of the decision to do away with the diagnoses. Which i like actually but is creates a clear line between high functioning and low. The differences should be acknowledged because they are so stark.

Women and aspergers is an interesting topic all on its own.
It largely goes undiagnosed/noticed largely to do social perceptions. Women are allowed to be quarky or sensitive to sights, sounds, smells, textures and to have "crazy ideas" more readily then men.

A sexist position that helps and hinders autistic women at the same time.

Can you link the UC study? Or is just a page back? I have resources that might be able to give you more information.
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Good point. When do you think 'sensitive' crosses over into being considered a 'disorder'? I would assume it would be if someone becomes non-functioning or freaks out rather often...if you will.

There seems to be a vast difference between 'high functioning' and 'low functioning' to perhaps be considered something different altogether.

Maybe.

 Quoting: Seer777



Sensitive becomes a disorder when it creates a strain on society or those who are in direct contact with the person on a regular basis. If there sensitivity/symptoms are severe enough they have a disorder. If not they are "high functioning" So even with aspergers there is still an element of how the individual handles it if it is to be considered a disorder or not.

So paradoxically if someone has a disorder or not could depend on the company they keep. Family for instance. What is a disorder to some is a unique gift to others.

In regards to it being different altogether the difference again comes down to the individual it seems. If they can adapt and even utilize the differently structured brain that comes from having autism they are effectively something entirely different than the one ones who have autism and can not.

Did you ever see this movie?


[link to www.youtube.com (secure)]
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:) No i haven't. It appears to definitely make some blatant nods to the disorder doesnt it?

Notice they accentuated the little girls pineal gland? wink wink.

I will look over the study. Be back in a bit.
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Very good points.

Functioning be the key here. Social anxiety is rather common. Some are able to function rather well, while others practice avoidance type behavior. This could in part be due to just not relating to 'immediate others' or finding the same things interesting. As we all do with friends and the company we choose to keep.

I make it no secret I feel like this on occasion. lol.
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Yes. It is based on a true story. Well worth the watch.

I look forward to your synopsis regarding the study.

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if you do not know your history before you cause it to occur how can you believe you know what you are doing when you cause cause , the cause of cause
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Evolutionary insights into global patterns of human cranial diversity: population history, climatic and dietary effects


..........This approach has revealed that global patterns of cranial variation can largely be explained on the basis of neutral theory. Therefore, human cranial data can be productively employed as a proxy for neutral genetic data in archaeological contexts. Moreover, there is a growing recognition that regions of the cranium differ in the extent to which they fit a neutral model of microevolutionary expectation, allowing for a more detailed assessment of patterns of adaptation and phenotypic plasticity within the human skull. Taking an historical perspective, the current state of knowledge regarding patterns of cranial adaptation in response to climatic and dietary effects is reviewed. Further insights will be gained by better incorporating the study of cranial and postcranial variation, as well as understanding the impact of neutral versus non-neutral evolution in creating among-species diversity patterns in primates more generally. .........
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cranial capacity as it relates to evolutionary adaption has always lagged behind the advantages provided by the human body; i.e. the dexterity of the hands promoted the development of brain which control said. the acuity of the eyes was responsible for the increased size of the visual cortex .... and it goes down the line has such.

terrible analogy to use but the development of hardware capacity spurs software capabilities.
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The plate has all the look of this, when I made a 3D shape of the 2D swastika. You can even see how the center convergence planes are offset to each other... just as on the plate.

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what are we looking at here /z\
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oh, wow.
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Thought you would like these, Sept.

9/12 looks kinda like that thing in the vid.

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oh

yes tounge


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Evolutionary insights into global patterns of human cranial diversity: population history, climatic and dietary effects


..........This approach has revealed that global patterns of cranial variation can largely be explained on the basis of neutral theory. Therefore, human cranial data can be productively employed as a proxy for neutral genetic data in archaeological contexts. Moreover, there is a growing recognition that regions of the cranium differ in the extent to which they fit a neutral model of microevolutionary expectation, allowing for a more detailed assessment of patterns of adaptation and phenotypic plasticity within the human skull. Taking an historical perspective, the current state of knowledge regarding patterns of cranial adaptation in response to climatic and dietary effects is reviewed. Further insights will be gained by better incorporating the study of cranial and postcranial variation, as well as understanding the impact of neutral versus non-neutral evolution in creating among-species diversity patterns in primates more generally. .........
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cranial capacity as it relates to evolutionary adaption has always lagged behind the advantages provided by the human body; i.e. the dexterity of the hands promoted the development of brain which control said. the acuity of the eyes was responsible for the increased size of the visual cortex .... and it goes down the line has such.

terrible analogy to use but the development of hardware capacity spurs software capabilities.
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so unless a huge evolutionary leap is accomplished we are limited by the sensory inputs of the human body as to what we can accomplish. a transitional leap maybe the one where the brain itself transcends the sum of all the sensory inputs it receives.

skynet becomes aware kind of thing. lol
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The plate has all the look of this, when I made a 3D shape of the 2D swastika. You can even see how the center convergence planes are offset to each other... just as on the plate.

swas1 swsas2
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what are we looking at here /z\
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oh, wow.
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Thought you would like these, Sept.

9/12 looks kinda like that thing in the vid.

This Is What Math Equations Look Like in 3-D
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awesome, thanks Seer!
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how can anyone be sure you're not rayz rayz? lol
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Organophosphate

An organophosphate (sometimes abbreviated OP) or phosphate ester is the general name for esters of phosphoric acid. Many of the most important biochemicals are organophosphates, including DNA and RNA as well as many cofactors that are essential for life. Organophosphates are the basis of many insecticides, herbicides, and nerve agents. The United States Environmental Protection Agency lists organophosphates as very highly acutely toxic to bees, wildlife, and humans.

Recent studies suggest a possible link to adverse effects in the neurobehavioral development of fetuses and children, even at very low levels of exposure. Organophosphates are widely used as solvents, plasticizers, and EP additives.

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What part of it was so horrible for you? scratching

Do you see the connections? Is it plausible?
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yes
we have yet to consider matching what we know to what is happening because we consider no one knows where to begin thinking about it so we don`t
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Who is we? Many, many are both considering it and working toward an answer/solution.

Myself included.

I think the study out of UC Davis is intriguing and follows with the line of thinking I have been following regarding autism since the early oughts.
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good morning
no exclusions imagined in we by me


on the topic where is the starting point to know that causing autism to noticeable alter we ..................

is where we are today

that we tounge

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The devil is in the details...mwuahahahaha
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how can anyone be sure you're not rayz rayz? lol
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How can anyone be sure you're not? lol

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