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More with rat brains
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In the middle of making dinner, so I only skimmed the article, but - isn't this just reporting more of the same from those rat studies of two years ago?


More like four and a half years ago at this point, but this was something from Skeptiko that never amounted to much of talk that I thought was worth mulling over.
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(08-20-2017, 11:02 PM)Will Wrote: More like four and a half years ago at this point, but this was something from Skeptiko that never amounted to much of talk that I thought was worth mulling over.

Still think that this shows that the brain stores spatial patterns, which allow access to memory. Rather like a notepad stores your written notes (patterns), which allow access to memory.
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