This video series mixes footage from a presentation given to Ajeenkya D Y Patil University and my video-essay, and ultimately leads to the concluding statement, "Perfectly repeatable and connectable remembered-thoughts establish the means for perceiving causal relationships, more so than any remembered-external-event, and therefore causation most likely roots in remembered-thinking."
Intuition happens as a result of fast processing in the brain. Valerie van Mulukom, Author providedBy Valerie van Mulukom, Coventry University Imagine the director of a big company announcing an important decision and justifying it with it being based on a gut feeling. This would be met with disbelief – surely important decisions have to … Continue reading Is it rational to trust your gut feelings? A neuroscientist explains