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How do neurones make visual image thoughts?
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>>10800167
>>10800164
Oh you said thoughts...
Good question
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Duh
Its data

The brain has several data inputs and uses them all, same process.
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>>10800164
Fucking hot
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>>10800164

http://theconversation.com/how-do-our-brains-reconstruct-the-visual-world-49276

I read somewhere the amount of raw data we get from our eyes is dwarfed by the amount of data that's combined with it from our memories.

So although a baby might be able to see a smiling face (it seems that kind of stuff is hardwired), it doesn't know whose face it is until more experience is gathered from the world. Babies can't recognise things like 'cars' until later in development.
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>>10800164
The exact mechanism is not known, some kind of sigmal/image proccessing that happens in specific part of brain responsible for image input
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>>10801331
Memories and associations fill in a lot. Most of what you see is "filled in" composite image rather than stuff directly seen by your eye
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>>10800164
god i wish that was me
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>>10800164
picture source?
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How do transistors make visual desktop windows?
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>>10800302
agreed



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