Monthly Archives: September 2010

Mahbubani’s “The New Asian Hemisphere”: a review

There are two aspects to this book. On the one hand, the book does a very good job of narrating exciting history that is unfolding here and now.  It lucidly tells how both India and China have adopted free market … Continue reading

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Long Term Potentiation

Long term memory in the brain is realized partly by weakening irrelevant connections and strengthening relevant connections among neural cells. Connections that become strong can still become weak if not exercised. Our long term memory is not like computer Read-Only … Continue reading

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