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internet-teleport-particle-kilometres.html) based benevolent and fraternal free society for human advancement and

natural peace. Its chief purposes are: 1) Universal Esprit De Corps., 2) Benevolent Aspirations, and 3) Societal

Development. At the United Societies, we are using our creativeness and talents to develop the resources

economically and materially to benefit the societies, its members, and shall be for the cause of humanity in that it

shall, first of all, contribute to the spiritual welfare, advancement, and peace of humanity, the mental and physical

health and well-being of mankind in that there shall be programs utilizing people on an one on one basis for

exercising the edification of the human spirit to bear and bringforth evidence that where there is anguish and fear

mankind can be comforted and where he or she be unknowledgeable, uneducated, and underdeveloped such a

person can be instructed in the things needed for the total personification of that person as should be performed to

the ultimate credence and glory of the Creator-God, and the Creator’s creation which is mankind wholly – United

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The National Science Foundation (NSF) recently released a new multi-directorate program called Integrative Strategies for Understanding Neural and Cognitive Systems(NSF-NCS), which describes the first phase of NSF’s broader aim to foster innovation in cognitive science and neuroscience as part of the President’s BRAIN Initiative. NSF-NCS will support transformative and integrative research that will accelerate understanding of neural and cognitive systems.


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