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"Well that was a trajectory shift in the familiar concept if mirror neurons. Very provoking and interesting" Nov 16, 2015 10:51PM

 

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“Science does not yet know everything; nor does it pretend to, unlike religion. Included among the great mysteries are: Why and how the Cosmos came to exist in the first place. How the first basic life form came into existence.”
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