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October 17, 2014


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The brain tricks us into believing something is real when it is not

The brain senses what's real and translates the sensation according to what it believes to be true. Belief is tricky.

Totally agree!!!
We are very interested here in Europe on whats going on in the USA on this matter.

I was looking for "mature" longboard rider stories, as I started skating last year. I´m 45 years old.
But I´ve found much more here!!!

Congratulations for your blog, and best regards form Bilbao, Spain.


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