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I do not dispute either the listing of Dr. Modha's achievements nor their references. Never the less, his claims of simulating the cat brain have not been substantiated, as critiqued by Henry Markram, himself a respected Cognitive Computation researcher. I'm not sure it belongs in this article. Never the less, it is relevant to the the industry's progress and should be here or in the SyNAPSE entry. Thoughts?? Wolfworks (talk) 23:05, 18 February 2012 (UTC)