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Have you ever wondered why people do what they do? Or what makes you think or act the way you do?
Usually, people pride themselves as being particularly unique. We assume that we are entirely autonomous, able to make decisions on what we want, and need with ease. We assume that there is no way that someone else can control our actions or feelings simply because we are superior beings and entirely rational.
However, people tend to forget that, at the root, they are not as powerful as they try to make themselves out to be. Our methods of thinking are not unique in any sense—in fact, the thinking of other people can be regularly and readily predicted by those who study it. In particular, everything that you do reduces down to a certain triggering of neural impulses via brain chemistry.
that feeling of falling in love is nothing but hormones and electrical impulses, as is
the anger that you feel when someone wrongs you, and the joy that you feel when you are ﬁnally able to hold your newborn child for the ﬁrst time. Eﬀectively, everything is able to be reduced down to simple numbers. Just as the computer processes all of its functions in impulses, so too does the brain.
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