Mind-bending fantasy epic 'Exodus' keeps audiences guessing

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Dec 042014

Mind-bending fantasy epic 'Exodus' keeps audiences guessing
From the tangled mind of visionary screen-writer Steven Zaillian, the film is set in “Ancient Egypt,” an arid land where a group called the “Jews” have been held captive for hundreds of years. “You've got this Moses guy, and he's the leader of the Jews
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Putting The Mind And Soul Back Into Psychiatry
Pat Bracken is an Irish psychiatrist and philosopher who would like to put the mind and soul back into psychiatry. Pat writes: "I believe that psychiatry finds itself in a pernicious position. Pharma has used its financial power to mould psychiatry
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Clean water, complete road on Bonita City Council mind
The Bonita Springs City Council talked water, roads, signs and kayaks Wednesday. Here's a recap: What: Regular bimonthly meeting. When, where: 5:30-8:11 p.m. Wednesday at City Hall. Who attended: Mayor Ben Nelson, Vice Mayor Steve McIntosh, …
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How Does This Mind-Bending Illusion Work?

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Nov 192014

How Does This Mind-Bending Illusion Work?
No, there are no magnets in there. The ball is rolling just the way you see it. This illusion is the work of mathematics professor, Kokichi Sugihara, from Meiji University and, if you're wondering how he did it, the video below where he swaps the
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Cavaliers F LeBron James 'wouldn't mind' playing fewer minutes
A day removed from playing his seventh 40-plus-minute game, Cavaliers forward LeBron James told reporters that he "wouldn't mind" playing fewer minutes moving forward, per the Cleveland Plain Dealer. James logged 41 minutes in a 106-97 defeat to …
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Health and Longevity: Chalk Them Up to Mind
Russ Gerber By RUSS GERBER — The concept of mind we're all familiar with is fast becoming the mind of the past. The decision-maker, the seat of knowledge, the repository of hunches, innovation, emotions, judgment, memory, opinions, stubborn will, and …
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