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religion and the brain

Lester Zick lesterDELzick at worldnet.att.net
Mon Oct 25 15:45:40 EST 2004


On Mon, 25 Oct 2004 20:12:43 +0100, David Longley
<David at longley.demon.co.uk> in comp.ai.philosophy wrote:

[. . .]

>>>Human brains are also remarkably like rat brains which is one of the
>>>reasons why most neuroscience research is done on rats. Because rats and
>>>dogs are macrosmatic most visual neuroscience is done on frogs, cats or
>>>small primates. The key point to appreciate is that there are remarkable
>>>homologies between all higher animals when it comes to central nervous
>>>system anatomy and function and this is true not just of the mammals.
>>>The environment has shaped these homologies and differences just as it
>>>continues to shape behaviour. One has to look to homologies in
>>>anatomical structure and environmental pressures to understand
>>>brain-behaviour relations.
>>
>>So, we should look to homologies in brain structure between you and
>>rats to explain your behavior, David? If you say so.
>>
>>Regards - Lester
>
>Are you taking SSRIs?

I get my SSRI's the same place I get my URL's, David. Where do you get
yours?

Regards - Lester



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