I often post about brain-related issues and music practice. This video is more general than usual, but I present it to you because of its interesting uniqueness. From Japanese researchers comes the first video footage of a thought sparking through neurons (the video says it’s 3x normal speed). Details about the process here.
This made me think about a few things: How were those neurons and the connections “built” or grown? Is a firing of neurons really a thought? What is a thought?
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