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“Anyone who lives within their means suffers from a lack of imagination.” Oscar Wilde

Published on 4/21/2017
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We do not see like we think we see.  Our visual cortex forms a map of the world around us from the electrical signals form our eyes.  No one has ever seen the world any other way.

The more you think about, the more unsettling the idea becomes.  Optical illusions bring this idea home for us.  Whenever there is a disparity between actual objective reality, lines on the page and what we visually expect to see, we get all tied up in knot.

We do not feel like we think we feel.  We have heard of the stories of amputees who still experience their missing limb, like it is still there.  Pretty strange.

 

If you hid your hand under the table and placed a fake plastic on the table in front of you next to your other hand, then, have someone touch both in the same way for a while.  Then maybe hit the fake one with a large mallet.  You would feel the pain as if it was your real hand.

 We do not heal like we think we heal.  The reason pharmaceutics have to test their new drugs against sugar pills or saline solutions (salt water) is because sugar pills and salt water work to cure lots of things! Just the belief that something works, means that it does.

As the drugs get better, then more people are treated successfully, the more we believe in the drugs, the stronger the placebo effect gets.  And the harder it is to prove that they work better than sugar and salt!

 Perhaps building a Hadron Collider and bouncing particles off each other was a far more productive pursuit, if not a necessary distraction from thinking about how weird our brains are.

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