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Steven Quartz

In the first half, investigative medical reporter Jon Rappoport discussed the latest in the Zika virus controversy, a new CDC ruling that allows mandatory detention and inoculation without a person's consent, and the new rule in California requiring mandatory vaccines for all children attending school.

In the latter half, former neuroscience researcher at the University of Southern California, David Jay Brown talked about lucid dreams and offered practical suggestions on how to enhance lucid dreaming and maximize its healing effects.

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Date: Tuesday - November 26, 2002
Host: George Noory
Guests: Steven Quartz

Why do humans fall in love, create art, make war? Quartz, director of the Social Cognitive Neuroscience Laboratory at Cal Tech, and Sejnowski, director of the Computational Neurobiology Laboratory at the Salk Institute, argue that these and other capabilities are the result of biology and culture working together. Challenging the view that human brains are hardwired for certain behaviors, they believe instead that "[y]our experience with the world literally helps build your brain."

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