Nathan McGee knows one or two things about his mind bending.After suffering from PTSD since childhood, he participated in a clinical trial in his 40s to test whether Ecstasy Can help him. The result is simply transformative. “I think life is something to explore and appreciate, not something to endure,” he told Charlotte Jee about his experience in an intimate interview.
Similarly, for those of us experiencing pandemic fatigue, Dana Smith has some good news: When we keep social distance and magnify ourselves to oblivion, our brains must be hit, but they are also very, very Good at rebounding.Your Pandemic brain Will heal; give it time.
As Neil Patel told us, messing with our heads is also fun. He wrote about the talents he cultivated as a teenager: Lucid dreamingThe science behind it is still being researched, but it turns out that it helps people release creativity and cope with fear and traumatic memories.
Perhaps in the dream, the power of our thoughts over what we believe in “reality” is most obvious.in a A review of three fascinating new books on human perception, Author Matthew Hartson quoted a writer: “You can even say that we have hallucinations all the time. Only when we agree with our hallucinations, this is what we call reality.”
There is still the question of the meaning of consciousness. For a long time, we humans have insisted that we are the only conscious animal.This is one of several misunderstandings of the brain by David Robson and David Biskoop Comic strip form. Consciousness is not only difficult to define, it is extremely difficult to measure.However now there is a Consciousness meter As Russ Juskalian discovered, it was detected in humans.
These days, Will Douglas Heaven’s brain has consciousness in the form of silicon; he thinks if we manage to build a Conscious machineDan Falk asked the researchers if they thought The brain is a computer first.Emily Mullin studied two multi-billion dollar efforts Study the human brain Unprecedented details-one of them involves trying to simulate one from scratch.
If there is no chance to stare at the gray matter itself, no problem in the mind will be complete Photo Record abnormal specimen library.If this is too much, please zoom in on our infographic, which depicts what happened to Tate Ryan-Mosley The brain when she sees her boyfriend’s face. Finally, we did include a rare treat: a selection of Poetry Curated by our news editor Niall Firth. It will definitely make your neurons see what we call “reality” in a new way.