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schyzophrenic question

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  • Posted By: wrench
  • March 21, 2013
  • 05:58 AM

Is there a known optical nerve area in brain known to recognize, hold or able to download information from other humans to ones self, known in the schizophrenic mind disorder? Whether these images be illusions or others ideas coming towards you. Does the optical nervous system break down the information first then send it else where into the human eye? What part in your eyes would be picking up on these things from your optical lobe?
What molecules in the body would be transitioning to accomplish this? Would it be a metal element?
What is the information traveling through? Magnetic waves? Or unseen wave lengths flowing through the atmosphere?

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