Human Brain Places Limit On Twitter Friends →
nothingman: Turns out that the number of people the average Twitter user can meaningfully engage is in line with anthropologist Robin Dunbar’s 150-intimates rule-of-thumb.
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creolecupcake: Everyday son. Everyday.
nothingman: “Korsakoff’s syndrome (also called Korsakov’s syndrome, Korsakoff’s psychosis, or amnesic-confabulatory syndrome), is a neurological disorder caused by the lack of thiamine (vitamin B1)in the brain. The syndrome is named after Sergei Korsakoff, the neuropsychiatrist who popularized the theory” It is inability to form memories. There are various types of it. ...
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iheartmymoma: ayeemadelinh: Damn , Look at those notes.
undecidedname asked: What up /co/usin.
How to Spot a Psychopath →
It was the French psychiatrist Philippe Pinel who first suggested, early in the 19th century, that there was a madness that didn’t involve mania or depression or psychosis. He called it “manie sans délire” – insanity without delusions. He said sufferers appeared normal on the surface, but they lacked impulse controls and were prone to outbursts of violence. It wasn’t until 1891, when the German...
Nyan Cat and Robot Unicorn Attack Combined. Holy... →
loryshouldgetoff: topherchris: This is an important development in ridiculousness. WHAT HAS SCIENCE DONE?!
Perfect way to start the day.