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The Strange Neuroscience of Immortality - 0 views

    "Hayworth has spent much of the past few years in a windowless room carving brains into very thin slices. He is by all accounts a curious man, known for casually saying things like, "The human race is on a beeline to mind uploading: We will preserve a brain, slice it up, simulate it on a computer, and hook it up to a robot body." He wants that brain to be his brain. He wants his 100 billion neurons and more than 100 trillion synapses to be encased in a block of transparent, amber-colored resin-before he dies of natural causes."

Anarkali suits through the transition from quaint to contemporary - 0 views

    Anarkalis happen to be one of the most contemporary tends prevailing in the domain of salwar kameez fashion. The origin of the outfit dates back to the Mughal era and it is evident from the fact that the outfit is named after the famous Mughal courtesan Anarkali famed for her legendary love story with Sehezada Salim. The classic movie Mughal-e-Azam makes the story immortal story come alive.
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