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  • What is neurotechnology?
  • Will neurotechnology connect human brains to the Internet?
  • What is Neuralink?
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Which of these is NOT a concern shared by many about the future of neurotechnology?

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  • Where is the oldest city in the United States?
  • What other cities might claim to be the oldest in the United States?
  • How old is your city?
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Which is the BEST evidence that Cahokia was once one of the largest cities in the world?

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  • How much does the sky weigh?
  • What is air pressure?
  • How is air pressure measured?
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What happens to the air pressure right before a storm?

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  • What is the Big Crunch Theory? 
  • What is dark energy?
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  • What is a kinkajou?
  • Where do kinkajous live?
  • What do kinkajous eat?
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The kinkajou can rotate its _______ 180 degrees.

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