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Looking To Understand Consciousness

Everything that has come into fruition in the physical world has been thought of as and idea before it was put onto paper then later transformed into things we take for granted today. 
Looking To Understand Consciousness
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Everything that has come into fruition in the physical world has been thought of as and idea before it was put onto paper then later transformed into things we take for granted today. Cars, the Internet, Paper, Medicine, Trends and so on are just some of the ideas that have been made into a reality for consumerism of some sort. One thing that is driving a group of individuals is the realization that the conscious thought that we know little about, doesn't age the way our bodies do.

“Consciousness is the only thing that matters”, Stuart Hameroff starts off in the video saying. Which is 100% accurate, since without it nothing that you know or do wouldn't theoretically exist if you were not conscious of it. The real question is asking whether or not our conscious thoughts are actually inside the brain or is the brain more of an antenna that receives consciousness. When I first heard of this I will admit it seems a bit far fetched of an idea, but I’m sure when the first idea of flying with the birds was mentioned, that too was just as ridiculous.

Without getting too deep into trying to explain it, TEDX has posted a video from Stuart Hameroff who is a anesthesiologist and professor at the University of Arizona. Go ahead and take 10 minutes out of your life to maybe get your brain thinking a bit deeper, remember our brain is the biggest muscle in our bodies, it needs to be worked out in order to make it strong. Leave a comment on how you perceive this video and what questions you may have.

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