REAL.video platform comes under attack.

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Once-banned videos that were blacklisted on YouTube are now starting to appear on REAL.video (see stunning example below).

This means the establishment is going to go into “attack overdrive” to try to discredit me as well as the entire REAL.video platform. You should expect to see every aggressive, malicious attempt ramped up in an effort to smear REAL.video and everyone involved in the project. Remember: The more they attack, the more they are revealing the importance of the information found on REAL.video.

Watch the full Sandy Hook / David Wheeler video here, and share the following URL to spread the word:

https://www.real.video/5807994769001

https://www.newstarget.com/2018-07-11-once-banned-videos-now-starting-to-appear-on-real-video-prepare-for-massive-attacks-against-mike-adams-and-the-entire-platform.html

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Could a brain scan diagnose you as a psychopath?

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Psychopathy is of course a very real disorder and a lot more complex than portrayed on film. For many years, the gold standard for diagnosing psychopathy has beenvarious formsofbehavioural assessment. But now, Californian neuroscientistJames Fallonclaims he can diagnose psychopathy from a brain scan. Last week theSmithsonian blogquoted him as saying:

“I was looking at many scans, scans of murderers mixed in with schizophrenics, depressives and other, normal brains. Out of serendipity, I was also doing a study on Alzheimer’s and as part of that, had brain scans from me and everyone in my family right on

https://www.theguardian.com/science/2013/nov/25/could-a-brain-scan-diagnose-you-as-a-psychopath

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Mini Quiz: Inflammation and Psychiatric Disorders | Psychiatric Times

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Cytokine inhibitors have not been shown to be effective antidepressants for patients with major depression. If future research supports the idea that the pathophysiologic process emanates from the periphery and spreads to the brain, blood tests might be able to identify specific individuals for treatment targeting and ultimately precision care.

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A revised portrait of psychopaths – Harvard Gazette

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when most people hear the word psychopath, they immediately think of a Hannibal Lecter-style serial killer who is cold, calculating, emotionless, willing to do or say anything to get their desire.

And they’re not alone. For decades, researchers studying psychopathy have characterized the disorder as a profound inability to process emotions such as empathy, remorse, or regret.

A recentstudy, though, suggests that psychopaths are not incapable of feeling emotions like regret and disappointment. What they cannot do, it seems, is make accurate predictions about the outcomes of their choices.

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Why psychopathic brains overvalue immediate rewards – Harvard Gazette

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An associate professor of psychology at Harvard, Buckholtz is the senior author of a study that relies on brain scans of nearly 50 prison inmates to help explain why psychopathsmake poor decisionsthat often lead to violence or other anti-social behavior.

What they found, he said, is that psychopaths’ brains are wired in a way that leads them to overvalue immediate rewards and neglect the future consequences of potentially dangerous or immoral actions. Thestudyis described in a July 5 paper in Neuron.

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Researcher able to show how psychopathic brains are wired differently

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We mapped the connections between the ventral striatum and other regions known to be involved in decision-making, specifically regions of the prefrontal cortex known to regulate striatal response,” he said. “When we did that, we found that connections between the striatum and the ventral medial prefrontal cortex were much weaker in people with psychopathy.

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