Lex wrote: Pleasurable sensations, e.g. the taste of food, would then be the positive feedback counterpart that encourages organisms to do things that are good for them.
Bert wrote:You mean, eat chocolate and ice cream instead of liver and onions
Jung He Fah Toy wrote:The nerves don't interpret anything at all, the brain does. So why doesn't pain go to the brain?
Jung He Fah Toy wrote:But why does your back feel it not your brain. Your brain understnads where the signal is coming from, but does that really make a difference? Is pain something triggered by the brain? "Hey elbow, hurt!" Again its for every physical feeling.
threewood14 wrote:If this is true, and if I have some mental illness, then if somebody struck me in the back, I could feel it in my shoulder. My brain would tell the wrong body part to feel pain.
Supposedly, some people on LSD report that they can hear colors and see flavors, etc.
Apotheosis wrote:The dentist then went to the next tooth, and all of a sudden the synesthete saw a bright orange and said that's the one! That's the tooth that hurts!
The more you study the more you know. The more you know the more you forget. The more you forget the less you know. So why study?
The less you study the less you know. The less you know the less you forget. The less you forget the more you know. So why study?
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