Marty Pelletier
Sep 9 · 1 min read

So much interesting information in this response, thank you for taking the time! Although I must say I think this conclusion is not necessarily taking into account something crucial. It is human brains that have come up with these results about how humans brains function.

Believe it or not, this is a huge problem!

A human brain purposefully using a specific system of inquiry will always result in biased conclusions.

This is is not to say that this new brain research is not very insightful, but does it truly conclusively rule out that there is no other different type of thinking which is just not scientifically provable?

I only point all this out because it sounds as though you are trying to convince others that understanding the working of one’s brain requires hard work. Maybe it takes zero effort to understand oneself? Maybe right?

Hoping to get some feedback Karen Kilbane , I feel like this article is only just now getting going within our conversation.

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