The Big Question: Why Am I Me?

There are 6 billion people on the planet. Every single one of them are unique individual. We each have thougths and ideas and memories and feelings. What is happening in your brain when talking and listening? This is not about mechanics of speaking, listening and understanding a language.

This is about subjective sensation of being you.

British scientist Susan Adele Greenfield who brings attention to Alzheimer’s disease and Parkinson’s disease, explains how the brains generate a mind that is individual to each of us.Welcome to the mysterious world of neurons.

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  1. We are what exists! Were it! We’re all the same thing. Electrons and matter having an experience. If the whole world was built into one unit of consciousness that consciousness would be us. I’m you and your me. We are just different and not attached at the brain. There is one existor, divided into sections