Tuesday, September 24, 2019

Chatter ...



      talk rapidly or incessantly about trivial matters.
      "the kids chattered and splashed at the edge of the lagoon"


    1. incessant trivial talk.
       "a stream of idle chatter"

    2. a series of quick high-pitched sounds.
       "the chatter of a typewriter"

Paying attention comes to mind here when viewing this very cool video above. Enjoy.

But now, some researchers are trying a different approach, studying how the brain suppresses information rather than how it augments it. Perhaps more importantly, they’ve found that this process involves more ancient regions much deeper in the brain — regions not often considered when it comes to attention.

By doing so, scientists have also inadvertently started to take baby steps toward a better understanding of how body and mind — through automatic sensory experiences, physical movements and higher-level consciousness — are deeply and inextricably intertwined.

And so it goes - K Vonnegut

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