After a 25-year search, dualist philosopher David Chalmers won the bet with neuroscientist Christof Koch.
Some say that free will might be a useful delusion but neuroscience provides sound reasons to believe that it is real.
The tar can be used for glue, bug repellent, and killing germs. This finding tracks growing recognition of Neanderthals as intelligent.
In reality, programmers don’t leave souls out of robots because they don’t find them useful; they simply and obviously have no idea how to insert them.
Many psychology students are subjected to this day to an exploded pop neuroscience myth endorsed by celebrity scientist Carl Sagan.