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Using ‘satnav’ to find your way switches off parts of brain: researchers – The Globe and Mail

March 21, 2017

https://beta.theglobeandmail.com/technology/science/using-satnav-to-find-your-way-switches-off-parts-of-brain-researchers/article34362832/?ref=http://www.theglobeandmail.com&

Brain atrophy physically because spatial abilities become dormant.

Another interesting thing I noticed.  COMPLETE TRUST IN GPS NAVIGATION TO THE EXCLUSION OF COMMON SENSE IN TERMS OF LISTENING TO INTUITION OR LOGIC IF DESTINATION IS KNOWN AND NAVIGATED BEFORE.

Which makes me wonder if perhaps SATNAV systems played any role in the recent Montreal Highway 13 fiasco.  Compounded by human errors top(key decision makers) to bottom(drivers).

Just saying… being sent to the middle of a cow field with no visible client in sight has made me extremely cautious around the next curve.

Lemmings being Leamings

FIRST RESPONDERS & 911 SURE HAVE THEIR WORK CUTOUT

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