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Posted by Panthers vs Packers on December 17, 2017 at 8:34am 0 Comments

The overall shape of his mouth is off, particularly on the left side and it seems as if he’s having a rather difficult time speaking, a problem probably related to the fact that the upper half of the actor’s mouth was covered in facial hair and his lip and upper teeth had to be digitally recreated. This is the kind of thing that a solid VFX house can pull off given the proper budget and time to actually work on the shots, but that’s clearly not what happened here.…

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memory loss and Alzheimer's disease

Posted on August 17, 2017 at 1:07pm 0 Comments

Memory, the ability to normally recall the facts and events of our lives, takes place in three stages:

Stage 1 - Encoding: When a person takes information in.

Stage 2 - Consolidation: When the brain takes the encoded information and processes it, storing it in certain areas of the brain.

Stage 3 - Retrieval:. When someone recalls stored information in the brain.

For a layman, differentiating between normal memory loss and Alzheimer's disease can be puzzling…


Memory Protocol

Posted on August 13, 2017 at 7:57pm 0 Comments

The majority of the demented geriatric patients suffer from Alzheimer's Disease (also known as senile memory repair protocol of the Alzheimer type), which results in specific degenerative diseases in the brain's tissues. A similar though rarer disorder is Pick's disease, which usually affects people in their fifties and is located primarily in the frontal and temporal lobes.…


Memory Protocol

Posted on August 12, 2017 at 5:34pm 0 Comments

Nevertheless, there is reason for optimism. Experiments have shown that the memories of healthy old monkeys can be improved with drugs. Other experiments have demonstrated that human experience the same kinds of memory loss repair as monkeys. It is reasonable to believe that if such problems can be reversed in monkey, they may also be reversible in humans.

When Thomas Crook…


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