Research. Apparently, we are still evolving! Programming code is not activating the usual suspect brain regions - math, language or logic. Such type of activity rather activates a so called multiple demand network, which processes several signals from different areas of the brain and both hemispheres. Sounds quite renaissance!
With, that, I demand that IT profession is classified as exact science!
OK OK, just kidding. But still, brings a whole another perspective on how we think. And code.
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Early autumn is a great time to talk about mushrooms.
This study was performed with the help of mice (thank you, again, even if you did not ask for it - hopefully this one was beneficial). One dose of psilocybin has increased the density and size of the dendritic spines due to their increased growth. The effect was rapid, visible after 24 hours after the effect, and still significant after one month. Other results indicate that this effect decreased stress induced behavior deficit (or "cured" the learned helplessness) and increased the excitatory neural signals - probably newly formed nerve connections allowed to form and express new behaviors.
Just in case - psilocybin is a known hallucinogenic substance, usually produced from mushrooms, but little researched because it carries a stigma of being a drug.
No, I still do not encourage you to take on individual experimenting with mushrooms, but scientific research would be so awesome!
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