Murder Boy #143:
Their Thoughts Can Kill!
Murder Boy #143:
Their Thoughts Can Kill!
- Eric Idle, Always Look on the Bright Side of Life
Brains and Zombies
Fringe science, weird news: Scientific research is usually driven by the higher purposes but it needs a whole lot of money, everybody know it.
Where does this money come from? Can we reasonably think that patrons are moved by the same ethic reasons as most of the scientist?
History thought us a different lessons about this subjects…so we can’t skip having a cold shiver on our back reading this article…
Link on the subject:
i’m a very peculiar person with very particular tastes…
XILENT - THE_DARKNESS
I want a brain that lifts and separates
I sometimes wonder how other people read books. I have terrible mental visual ability. I can’t picture things in my head, at least nothing more precise than broad strokes. Never any details. My wife has often joked that, if she were kidnapped, I’d never be able to give a useful description to the police.
Because of this, I read somewhat slowly because character descriptions still don’t help me picture the characters and room descriptions don’t help me picture the room and I sometimes lose track of where I am or might have to read one paragraph a couple of times in order to get it.
So, I don’t “see” stories in my head when I read them. However, I have excellent auditory memory. If I hear a voice, I can recreate it in my head. Reading books, for me, turns into this audio drama where I’m hearing various actors or people I know play the role of these characters.
Case in point, I’m currently reading Midnight Blue-Light Special by @seananmcguire . I’ve mentally cast the role of Verity as Kristen Bell:
So, as I go through the story, I’m hearing her voice doing Verity’s dialogue (and, since it’s told in the first person, the narration as well). It does lead me to wonder what other people see or hear when they read.
Do you guys see the book in your head, like a movie? Or do you hear it like I do? Or is it something else entirely? I’m interested.
Air Signs are mentally quick and like to look at all sides of an issue at surface level before quickly moving on to the next topic… or person.
Water Signs get lost in the depths of their mind and like staying mysterious when it comes to verbalizing their (very strong) own opinions, likes and dislikes to others., unless VERY close with people.
Fire Signs get easily bored with too much mental work and rather do something physical and practical. They are more likely to forward than to look back and need a lot of physical movement in the present moments.
Earth Signs like a strategic approach but overthink everything all the time and, thus, are making themselves anxious while worrying about things that will probably never happen anyway. They lie awake at night, mentally going over to-do lists from work and home and trying to find solutions to assorted problems.
Me: your head is heavy
Him: it’s all the brains…
Him: I’ve been eating.
I was off to a fencing thing yesterday - Apparently one is supposed to engage in socialisation, exercise, creative focus, etc, but the advice doesn’t mention whether - if you know you’re mainly concentrating on not getting annoyed/despressed/whatever your issue is and thus will not be as in the thing youre doing - whether it’s more beneficial to have done the thing and felt your were crap at it, or to have not done the thing but then not had the variation from where you were the previous ray… I have no idea.
For me, though, what’s happened in the last three and half years is what used to be separate things have somehow got a connection applied - or more likely a filter or divider removed when I bled out. So at least I know I’m trying to repair/replace/cover for that missing divider, rather than for everything separately.
(Oh, I should have added before, we have ruled out the likes of Bipolar, BPD or autism for me, which I never thought I was any of those things anway, but I know others have thought that)
Brain squishy ½
Credit me if used
“Cross Section of a Head” by Nychos.