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The International paleopsychology project is an international scientific group founded in 1997 by multi-disciplinarian Howard Bloom to "trace the evolution of complexity, sociality, perception, and mentation from the first 10-32 seconds of the Big Bang to the present."
The group has members in Russia, Scandinavia, Africa, Israel, North America and Australia. Those members have included physicists, microbiologists, neurobiologists, evolutionary psychologists, paleobiologists, entymologists, invertebrate biologists, cognitive scientists, computer scientists, and mycologists.
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