Re: Study shows brain can learn without really trying

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    > Hi Vincent Campbell -
    > >That piece said nothing of
    > >the collective unconscious, said nothing about species memories or
    > >else it is you believe unreservedly. The unconscious simply refers to
    > >functions of the brain that we are not (normally) conscious of
    > It's good to go back to sources, occasionally.
    > - Wade

    Paying attention has been known to come in handy as well.

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