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When I decided to take this course, I imagined a computer related class where I would learn how to get the best use out of the internet. 787 more words

Learning foreign languages triggers brain growth - English pravda.ru

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This is a really important article, citing latest research, published by Russia’s leading newspaper, Pravda. It’s a recommended read. Check it out! 63 more words


"Cognitive Abilities Across the Life Span"

An important paper published in Psychological Science: “When Does Cognitive Functioning Peak? The Asynchronous Rise and Fall of Different Cognitive Abilities Across the Life Span” Here is the abstract (emphasis added): 153 more words


Vanity and Insanity in online high range IQ testing.

There are numerous high iq societies on the internet which, to me, seem absolutely ridiculous. I would be lying if I didn’t admit I once felt the pang to join one these groups for the validation but since then I have matured. 396 more words


The Millennium Report: Nemtsov murder: Putin warned about exactly this type of “false flag” three years ago

 Nemtsov murder: Putin warned about exactly this type of “false flag” three years ago

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Nemtsov with Yushchenko

Already in February 2012 (three years ago!) Putin was warning Russians about exactly the kind of false flag which we just saw happening with the murder of Nemtsov. 626 more words


IQ and Alcohol Consumption

A paper published in Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research:

Studies of the association between IQ and alcohol consumption have shown conflicting results. The aim of this study was to investigate the association between IQ test results and alcohol consumption, measured as both total alcohol intake and pattern of alcohol use.

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Was Cyril Burt guilty of fraud?

The British psychologist Cyril Burt is probably most know today for having published faked data that purported to demonstrate the central role of heredity in human affairs. 309 more words