Monthly Archives: January 2013

Magnetoencephalography: Clinical Uses and Limitations

1.     Introduction The average adult human brain (1,350 g) contains approximately 86.1 (±8.1) billion neurons [Azevedo, Carvalho, Grinberg, Farfel, Ferretti, Leite, Filho, Lent & Herculano-Houzel, 2009; Pakkenberg, Pelvig, Marner, Bundgaard, Gundersen, Nyengaard & Regeur, 2003], and the number of non-neuronal … Continue reading

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What If Money Didn’t Matter

Such important considerations…

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Modification and Metamorphosis: A General Discussion of Change

1.     Introduction. Since the Big Bang[1], the age of the observable universe is estimated to be 13.75 (±0.11) billion years [see Larson, Dunkley, Hinshaw et al., 2010] and the age of our planet, Earth, has been consistently estimated to be … Continue reading

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