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How brain forms ‘Mexican waves’ ? Blame it on Inhibitory neurons, says new Study

How brain forms Mexican Waves? Unfolding the mechanism, scientists have revealed that certain brain cells persuade others to create “Mexican waves” linked with cognitive function, one of the abnormal brain functions and about neurocognitive disorders such as dementia. Neurons belong to one of two groups – inhibitory or excitatory. While much is known about excitatory neurons, the role of inhibitory neurons ...

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Another Leap in Bermuda Triangle Mystery – Siberian Holes Surface from Nowhere

Two massive craters in Siberia recently this year have triggered wild imagination of people who called them “End of the World” holes but scientists believe they are linked to the world’s most intriguing and mysterious “Bermuda Triangle”. The Siberian Times reported on Oct. 10 revealed this link citing scientists from the Trofimuk Institute of Petroleum-Gas Geology and Geophysics in Novosibirsk ...

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