The article implies several important sources, though, one on how an individual might be trained or, if one was to use computer parlance, . . . programmed. . . Repeatable activities have that capacity of programming, too, no matter how normal an activity might be said to be. . . In some cases literally controlled, when one factors extreme conditions and perverse scenarios that partially get logged into police blotters and on pathologist’s reports – It gets pretty grim, actually. Such extreme conditions are not something the researchers in the article hint at, of course, but programming probably is a term occasionally mentioned when associated with artificial intelligence.
The brain is considered one of the most complex organizations of corporeal matter – No revelation there of course, but when one gets right down to the neuroscience of studying the brain, one is faced with a conundrum of sorts – physicians, learned folk, anyone simply interested in knowing thyself are, after all, using the brain to study the brain. . . Useful article with a perspective (conspiracy theorization) and several useful facts from observations. . .