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Bodies , Memes, and Smell: The Egyptian HeaddresS @4biddenknowledge VENTRALVIEW, BRAN SECTION-EGYPTIAN NEMES HEADRESS ORIGINS AND KILANOVEANKRAM润 CENTRAL SNAKE bo eu suoon ondo 4 aing んopepo ONE CENTRAL SNAKE (AKHENATEN Copyright 2012 James Colmer ls The Ventral View Section Of The Human Brain The external features of the brain best seen on its Ventral surface are shown. Extending along the inferior surface of the frontal lobe near the midline are the olfactory tracts(Smell), which arise from enlargements at their anterior ends called the olfactory bulbs. The olfactory bulbs receive input from neurons in the epithelial lining of the nasal cavity whose axons make up the first cranial nerve (cranial nerve I is therefore called the olfactory nerve. On the ventromedial surface of the TemporalLobe, the parahippocampal gyrus conceals the hippocampus, a highly convoluted cortical structure that figures importantly in memory. Slightly more medial to the parahippocampal gyrus is the uncus, a slightly conical protrusion that includes the pyriform cortex. The pyriform cortex is the target of the lateral olfactory tractand processes olfactory information. At the most central aspect of the ventral surface of theforebrain is the optic chiasm, and immediately posterior, the ventral surface of thehypothalamus, including the infundibular stalk(the base of pituitary gland) and the mammillary bodies. Posterior to the hypothalamus are two large tracts, oriented roughly rostral-caudally, called the cerebral peduncles. These tracts contain axons from the cerebral hemispheres that project to the MotorNeurons in the brainstem and into the lateral and ventral columns of the spinal cord. Finally, the ventral surfaces of the pons, medulla, and cerebellar hemispheres can be seen on the ventral surface of the brain. Davinci rediscovered what the ancients already knew about the human anatomy. That's 4biddenknowledge

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Brains, Reddit, and Sorry: Depression seems to reveal what reality is. (self.depression) Do you guys ever feel like depression just reveals what reality is? Like when I'm on my Nope, sorry. There is a scientific reason you feel empty and why you feel so sure of your conclusions. Depression sets you up neurologically for confirmation bias and stagnation. if you've been depressed for more than a few months, your brain is physically disabled. Depression damages the hippocampus, the part of your brain that forms new neurons and interweaves them as you make new memories, new connections, new knowledge, new habits, new emotions, new perspectives, new motivations and inspirations. Healthy brains grow new neurons as we learn. Neural growth slows way down if you're depressed, to the point where new neurons can't keep up with learning, and most new info and experiences won't stick. When a depressed brain interacts with the world, it can no longer incorporate new experiences to adjust old thought cycles or modify old knowledge concepts with new information. Experiences should rearrange and teach your brain, but that happens less and less when your brain is depressed. Instead experiences roll right off you without effecting anything. You become stagnated, and thoughts seem to confirm your biases instead of contradicting them. The rest of your brain is not fully accessing your emotional center. You think that makes the world flat and meaningless. It really means your emotion center (amygdala) has stopped contributing emotions to your brain and world view like it normally would. You're not enlightened. Your brain is broken. That's harsh, but it's important. The damage is 100% reversible. Stuff like exercise, medication, and meditation grows back the damage and returns your neural growth to a normal rate after a few months. permalink embed oldmanyellsatcloud: tenderwear: Found this reddit post. This kinda makes me feel better. And it’s something I think about sometimes because I always feel like regardless of how hard I work on something I don’t get anywhere. Nice summary. If you’re curious, the anon here is referring to studies over the last decade that have pointed to major impacts on pattern separation with depression, and how depression can have major impacts on nonsynaptic plasticity. 

oldmanyellsatcloud: tenderwear: Found this reddit post. This kinda makes me feel better. And it’s something I think about sometimes becaus...

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