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Consciousness 101

Interrupting the Rube Goldberg Machine

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If you’re a strong student at a good high school, you’ll probably graduate with a solid understanding of derivatives and integrals. You may know the Krebs cycle, speak Spanish fluently, and have read Finnegan’s Wake. Maybe you even understood it.

What you probably didn’t learn is much about your own Consciousness.




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