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  • Thai Ghost and Their Mysterious Power

    $4.99$13.99 Chadchaidee, Thanapol
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    We cannot deny the significance of ghosts in Asian societies, because they play an essential part in our lives on an almost daily basis. We must be careful not to offend them and try to appease them at all costs. Otherwise, serious repercussions will occur in our lives sooner or later. Many times, mysterious occurrences have been thought to be the result of their indignation.

    Stepping into a plane heading to Thailand, you will be protected by benevolent ghosts immediately and automatically. They have the responsibility to protect you and help you without request. Most importantly, they will drive away the malevolent ghosts who may cause inconveniences to you.

    In Thailand, ghosts have their own specific duties to protect you. For example, during travelling you have to depend on the ghosts of vehicles, or Mae Ya Narng, the household ghosts, and ghosts of the forest. You need pay no extra charge because their help is complimentary. So you should not be afraid of them, but don’t insult them. The friendly ghosts always welcome you to the land of smiles and the land of a hundred ghosts.

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  • Lego Harry Potter Game Guide

    $3.99$8.99 ProGamer
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    Find tips, tricks, hacks and cheats with our ProGamer eBook guides.
    Play the game as a pro and beat your opponents to advance further in the game.
    Complete all levels with ease and find useful insight secrets from professional gamers.
    Become the expert with this easy to understand eBook gaming guide.

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  • Hawking Radiation 2

    $4.99 Andie, Roman
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    You ask what problems Hopfield model has? The following is poorly articulated view.

    *Time is crucial for memory and we do not understand time in standard physics framework. Hopfield model accepts the identification of subjective time and geometric time. I have mentioned Libet’s findings many times: they are taken as proof that free will is illusion.

    *The identification of all memories as behavioral patterns is wrong- episodal memories are the genuine memories and probably very little to do with the formation of association.

    *Synaptic contacts develop all the time. How to avoid the change for longest term memories?  It is difficult to understand the fact that the episodal memories of youth seem to be the most stable one. My Grandma literally lived in her youth for several years!

    *The neurons in hippocampus (at least) and therefore also their synaptic contents are regenerated. How the memories can survive in this process? I remember also a document program telling about a person had lost almost all his brain and was able to do mathematics!

    To me, memory recall looks different from memory storage: in Hopfield model this is not the case since essentially learned behaviours stimulated by inputs as association sequences are in question.

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  • The Adventures of Abou and Jamou

    $3.99$12.99 Jaruensook, Wichan
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    On his 9th birthday Abou, a young boy from India, travels into a miracle wonderland with his butterfly friend Jamou, to find the answers to five important questions his talking green bean tree friends have asked him.
    He finds the answers by talking with the very smart and interesting people he meets in this magic land. He also helps himself become smarter by remembering and using the knowledge and advice his wonderful grandparents taught him.
    He realizes the great importance of reading, and he gains confidence to continue searching for solutions and answers to new questions in his life.

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