Monthly Archives: May 2014

Our Brains Can See Sounds

Researchers have found a connection between early recognition of sound and the visual cortex. We humans can literally “see” the object in our visual system when the sound is processed. This gives us a survival advantage over other species. “Sounds … Continue reading

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The mysterious Chinese unit behind the cyberespionage charges

Originally posted on intelNews.org:
By JOSEPH FITSANAKIS | intelNews.org On Monday, the United States government leveled for the first time charges against a group of identified Chinese military officers, allegedly for stealing American trade secrets through cyberespionage. The individuals…

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Homicide Rates / Reasons for ER Visits / Perception of Violence

Researching murder/homicide statistics for the latest Lance Priest / Preacher book. Murder, in general, is down across the country over the last decade. Nationally, 4.7 people per 1,000 are killed in the U.S. each year (which by the way, is … Continue reading

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The Perfect Candidate – First Paid Promo

The Perfect Candidate. Tried my first purchased book promotion this week. Went with http://www.booksgosocial.com. Laurence O’Bryan @LPOBryan  looks to have a pretty good operation over in Ireland. More than 54,000 following him on Twitter. Let me know what you think. Appreciate any … Continue reading

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