If there was ever an indication that the human conscience exists within the structure of our brains, it has come recently in research at the University of Cleveland, Ohio.
Slices of brain tissue have been induced to produce memory-like patterns, despite the fact that they are, to all intents and purposes, ‘dead’. Electrical stimulation of neurons produced different outputs according to how, and how many, neurons were stimulated.
This effect is similar to that produced in monkeys working on memory tasks.
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