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synchronization

corpus callosum

Groups of cells (particularly in the nervous system) and occasionally groups of organisms (such as ants or fireflies) can work together in concerted, synchronized patterns, as if following signals broadcast only to their group, signals which scientists are just learning to observe and detect.

SEE SAW

 When listening to music, neurons in your ears encode the sounds into a sequence of electrical signals --  called spike trains -- that record the rhythm, tones, and texture of  what you are hearing.  The spike trains are sent to your cortex,  where the sounds are perceived and interpreted. 

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neurotango

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In your brain, visual scenes are broken down into elementary pieces – edges, colors, corners, motion – from which more complex perceptions are derived – textures, shapes, actions – and eventually the important features of the scene are recognized.

Neurobiology

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      Organisms have many diverse ways of sensing, perceiving, and otherwise being aware of the world. Researchers are confounded by the most basic functions of our own brains, and by neurological abilities we observe among animals.

FRAGMENTED VISION

seeking the source

NERVE CREATURE

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