believing is seeing?
As soon as light hits your eye, conflict can begin.
Neurons tasked with visual processing will combine with the trillions of synapses in your brain connecting them, firing what you’ve just seen right through your thalamus relay station to the back of your head, where your primary visual cortex sits waiting. Your visual cortex will then take over a huge bulk of your brain function, making an immediate assessment about what you’ve seen. Read more “the conflict brain and spoon”