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The Last 15 seconds of the Brain

According to recent research, it has been revealed that everything humans see is a mash-up of the brains last 15 seconds of visual information.

Academics from Aberdeen and Berkeley wrote in The Conversation they discovered that instead of analysing single snapshots, the brain will instead pull together objects in order to make it seem more similar to each other. Thus, this is creating the perception of a stable environment.

From Insight News April 2022 pg. 7

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