Your Brain Calls in Backup to Find Lost Things
When you lose something important—a child, your wallet, the keys—your brain kicks into overdrive to find the missing object. But that’s not just a matter of extra concentration. Researchers have found that in these intense search situations your brain actually rallies extra visual processing troops (and even some other non-visual parts of the brain) to get the job done.
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In avoiding starting my Philosophy of Art paper, I’ve gone through and completed my “Best of…” playlists, from 2010- 2013(so far). It’s kind of interesting to look back and examine the evolution in my taste in music.
I determined which songs by checking how many times each song was played on itunes/my ipod, the mark being 25 plays or more (Interesting tidbit: 2011 AND 2012 both ended up at 83 songs).
untitled | by Clemens Fantur | on Tumblr.
Looks like I’m looking up at giant rock wolf’s head
The Descent (by outsideshot)
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