For the first time, researchers at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, Florida Atlantic University (FAU), and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) have measured the forces that...
"Your brain has a representation of me -- it has some "Paul Almond" object -- and you refer to this when dealing with me. It also has a 'you' object -- which is used to predict your own actions -- and the 'you' object is clearly much more detailed and important than the "Paul Almond" object in your brain. However, the way that the two objects are generated is not fundamentally different. 'You' just happens to be represented more than 'me' in your brain."
~ PAUL ALMOND
Fact of the day
According to Dr. Nathan Spreng of Harvard University, Alzheimer's disease appears to attack the side of the brain that was the least used in a patient's professional life.