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dr pavel im cia he wasnt alone uh you dont get to bring friends theyre not my friends dont worry no charge for them and why would i want them they were trying to grab your prize they work for the mercenary the masketta man bane aye get them on board ill call ittin the flight plan i just filed with the agency lists smee maimen doctor pavelheer button lee juan ovyu first one to talk gets to stay on my aircraft who paid you to grab dr pavel he didnt fly so good who wants to try next tell me about bane why does he wear the mask a lotta loyalty for a hired gun or perhaps he's wondering why someone would shoot a man before throwing him out of a plane at least you can talk who are you it doesnt matter who we are what matters is our plan if i pull that off will you die it would be extremely painful youre a big guy for you was getting caught part of your plan of course dr pavel refused our offer in favor of yours we had to find out what he told you nothing i said nothing well congratulations you got yourself caught sir now whats the next step of your master plan crashing this plane with no survivors no they expect one of us in the wreckage brother have we started the fire yes the fire rises calm down doctor nows not the time for fear that comes later


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comment Perception of time as a function of age
@BenCole: hehe, I get the idea. Well, since the harmonic series diverges, that still implies that if my body would live forever, my mind can experience infinite time too. If the behavior is only slightly different an infinitely living agent would still live a finite life :)
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comment Perception of time as a function of age
Thanks for the answer.
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asked Are there explanations for the thesis that life seems to pass by faster when you're older?
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revised Does Andler's (2012) article on 'Mathematics in Cognitive Science' provide an accurate picture of mathematics in cognitive science?
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comment What areas of mathematics support the study of cognitive science?
I'm coming from a theoretical physics background and after my PhD in computational chemistry I'm principally interested in going more in the cognitive science direction. (Specifically, I'm interested in notation for formal systems with the aim of more efficient learning/understanding of the subject matte by humans.) I'm very afraid of what you mention in your point 3. though, so I don't know "switching" in this area might kill me - I feel you don't learn much new math if you can't talk with anyone. Could you maybe reflect a little more on what you do, what you experience and recommend? Regard.
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answered Does Andler's (2012) article on 'Mathematics in Cognitive Science' provide an accurate picture of mathematics in cognitive science?
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comment Why do people regret actions they didn't take when looking back on their lives?
I guess the referent (now just being actions istead of decision) is still not correct, but anyway, i think people will understand it. ;)
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comment Why do people regret actions they didn't take when looking back on their lives?
(Technically, I don't think the title says what you want to express. You probably mean they regret actions they didn't take. If the decision is about doing something or not doing something, then that's a dicision they necessarily have to make. If on the other hand, there is a decision between two things and they didn't choose either, then they don't regret the decision but they regret not making one. That is, the decission is not the subject of regret, but the action not to make it. (v2))
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comment How good are people at guessing the ages of their respective ethnic group?
@Steven Jeuris: Thanks for the edit, although regarding the title, I wrote "peoples" on purpose. I heard academic linguists use it as greeting (as in "Good day, peoples!") and then at one point I actually checked for its meaning. See http://english.stackexchange.com/questions/2444/people-or-peoples-when-referrin‌​g-to-an-indigenous-population
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