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Default Jun 11, 2024 at 09:55 AM
Create memories of crap that didn't happen that randomly pop into your head, making you focus on absolutely nothing else not even realizing you're sitting on the grass in the park anymore, when there is no fking way that happened because you were at your grandma's house and there is no way she would've let that happen, and the idea of that possibly happening being in your head means you despise someone who visited and get angry thinking about them for absolutely no reason?

wtf brain?

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Default Jun 11, 2024 at 09:05 PM
The Mandela Effect? Or someone implanted (inception) a thought into your brain? Or drugs? 😛 The brain is an insane thing, isn’t it?

‘I have been one acquainted with the night.
I have walked out in rain—and back in rain.
I have outwalked the furthest city light.’
~Robert Frost~
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The answer is surprising to so many people. Now people think that technology rules the day and we know everything regarding whatever subject is brought up. The simple truth is we have yet to determine that. There are many theories as to the memory system or processes of the human brain. Scientists and neurological specialists are digging into it. The human brain is one of the most spectacular things we have ever encountered. Yet, it is not a Newman-based computer sitting on top of the desk that often will give error codes when malfunctioning. I get amused as I take a medication called Xanax, which was discovered back in 1970. If you read the patient leaflet, the last line is always, "The mechanism of action of this medication is poorly understood." It is the most prescribed psychiatric drug in the world, and we know it elevates a neurotransmitter in the brain called GABA. Other than that, who knows? It is just effective; yes, we cannot fully explain why.

Why do brains do this?
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