I was watching an episode of this miniseries on PBS called The Brain with Dr. Brian Eagleman. As you might have guessed, this is a program on neuroscience. The particular episode I watched took an aggressive stand against the notion of free will. By the end of it, I think my brain had a disconnect with its own fundamental sense of consciousness with many attendent effects.
Firstly, my environment expanded massively. This was my dad's house, something I lived in most of my life but now it was huge. Why? I suppose because the environment lost its sense of familiarity... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
What you are describing falls into the category of pscychosis, not psychopathy. Characteristic to psychopathy is disconnection from emotion, moral conscience and overall being maximum edgy. Psychosis OTOH, is when you lose touch with reality.
>>7702832 >you don't "momentarily become" a psychopath
Actually, by affecting the amygdala with magnets, it is possible to mimic psychopathy in a normal human being. See for example "The Wisdom of Psychopaths", by Kevin Dutton.
Also https://wolfthiessen.wordpress.com/2011/08/01/look-a-psychopath-in-the-eyes-and-see-the-amygdala/ describes how damage to the amygdala in apes and humans alike produces traits characteristic to psychopaths, namely fearlessness... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>7702768 I'm just trying to find any arguing points against this video. What the guy in the video is talking about is the relationship between our models of global warming and the actuality. The entire video is just filled with data and graphs just like pic related, that show that our models greatly overestimate what is actually being happening.
He's not arguing that climate change isn't a thing, but he's arguing that the models show a greater effect than what is actually happening. Meaning that it'll... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
It doesn't seem logical for an animal to evolve a system of ending its reproductive capability after a certain age; in fact it would appear the opposite. It doesn't help the individual's reproduction nor the reproduction of its offspring, and it would appear to be beneficial evolutionarily to not have menopause and have women be fertile all their lives.
>2.2 Set theory >2.3 Geometry >2.4 Measure theory >2.5 Ergodic theory >2.6 Operator theory >2.7 Lattice theory >2.8 Mathematical formulation of quantum mechanics >2.9 Quantum logic >2.10 Game theory >2.11 Mathematical economics Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>7702549 well that would only be from my perspective. There is no way to have a completely objective public perception of reality because reality is consequential of individual perception. you're reality is what you perceive. there is no base line because we cannot experience exactly the same thing as someone else.
Are you ready for your finals this week /sci/ or are they going to fuck you in the ass? I feel decently ready. I feel like I haven't studied for my analytical chem enough. I have such crippling anxiety that I find myself drinking heavily tonight.
I'm at a state university in Burgerland so we're required to take what are called 'Diversified Education Curriculum' courses to make you a more well rounded person. Really they're just a nuisance that prevents me from taking more math.
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