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Anyone For Ice Cream?

It is understood that paths are setup in the brain as we develop. So there is a quick route jump the queue system via pathways. During development certain things will be called out for by the brain. The calling could … Continue reading

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The Aftermath Film Review

I will try to make this review as brief as possible so as not to reveal too much of the plot. Why? Because I think you should go and see it. The acting is good and the film as a … Continue reading

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Should there be a second EU referendum in the UK?

The general public was asked a succinct question. Should the UK leave the EU? We were not asked ‘shall we give it a go and see how we get on?’ Or ‘Shall we start the ball rolling and have another … Continue reading

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On The Brink Britain

The little island where I was born seems to have many names. United Kingdom, and Great Britain are just two, and to the car industry I’m sure up until recently it was known as Treasure Island. It is a shame … Continue reading

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Relaxing Vaping Laws in UK

Dear Norman, It took years for smoking to be seen as socially unacceptable and finally, after decades, the government finally took action. Even though it would result potentially in a huge loss of income, public opinion overwhelmed the government propensity … Continue reading

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Why is developing AI dangerous? Why we should give up on it? And why we won’t?

Why is developing advanced artificial intelligence so dangerous? Let’s just jump straight in and get to the point here. In order to develop something, create it, you have to understand it, what you are designing, the end result, and what … Continue reading

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A Child Trapped in a President’s Body

Let me start by stating I know we have our problems in England. One of the traits of the English, in general is to be abundantly arrogant, and this really annoys me. Something demonstrated rather disgustingly adeptly recently by an … Continue reading

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