Seeing Way More than We Can Perceive

Seeing Way More than We Can Perceive

On close inspection, the brain appears to access a limited repertoire of responses which function in sympathy to environment and memory; but suggesting that an understanding of these base dynamics is sufficient to unraveling the brain’s complexity is as absurd as suggesting that the works of Auguste Renoir and Georgia O’Keeffe are pretty much the same because they both used canvas and paint, or the compositions of Beethoven and Stokowski are identical because they both employ musical notes.