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quote:Originally posted by GaiaInteresting question. I've always wondered how people who were born profoundly deaf 'think' - obviously they can!!! When I think I tend to use 'the voice in my head' but one of my friends, who is dyslexic, thinks in pictures.
quote:Originally posted by ArmenArtistHow do we picture things in our heads that we do not see?If somebody says, "That hot girl from that movie you like is gonna have a blind date with you," you will picture her so much..that you will get so excited...but you dont 'see her' you rather...picture her...how?Also, if somebody says, "where should we go eat?" You can have strong opinions about what kind of food you are in the mood for, and what you are not...without smelling or tasting it...why?How can our brains process the information about our senses...without sensing them...with just as much conviction as if we are experiencing these things?
quote:Originally posted by ArmenArtistOur thoughts thus, need to connect with waves, waves in a pure form.Now, if we can find women attractive and a song hummable with our thoughts...then the 'waves' are a direct line to our male hormones and our personal taste in music.Thus, we can break things down into their basic waves...via brainwaves?And these waves...with neurotransmitter connections...are codes for real things.
quote:Originally posted by ArmenArtistelectrochemicle, if that means they relate to neurotransmitters.By waves, i mean if we can hum a song with thoughts, and a song has pitches -- octaves -- which are made up of frequencies...frequencies that are waves...then our "silent" or waveless thoughts...need to have some relationship to the real waves that a hummable song is made up of.If a certain pitch is 150Hz and another is 5Khz, then when we hum it with our thoughts, we need to connect, via our awareness and consciousness, to those waves, without actually hearing physical waves that exist in our surroundings.Thus, i am wondering if this could relate to our brainwaves, because brainwaves relate to neurochemistry.