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It now makes more sense to

It now makes more sense to me why thinkng sometimes makes me unable to do things. I'd always noticed that i couldn't do certain things, like driving or playing sports, if i thought about what i was doing, but i'd never thought about the reason. maybe it is simply that thinking, or sending signals around in the "I-funtion",   takes time, and when there isn't a lot of time the signals have to be sent dierectly to the muscles and skip the i-funtion.

 

on a side note, i just read an article about how colors affect the brain. apparently red makes a person remember details and blue inspires creativity.

http://www.cbc.ca/technology/story/2009/02/05/red-blue-colour.html?ref=rss&loomia_si=t0:a16:g2:r4:c0.0384407:b21688921

just thought that was interesting

 

 

 

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