Reading your mind

By Joanna Marchant CANADIAN researchers have witnessed the emergence of a conscious thought. Using imaging scanners to measure brain activity, they recorded the moment when volunteers became conscious of images appearing in front of them—and found that it all depends on how many neurons are firing in the brain. Ravi Menon and his colleagues at the University of Western Ontario showed people patterns of black and white stripes. While keeping the width of the stripes the same,
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