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schyzophrenic question

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  • Posted By: wrench
  • March 21, 2013
  • 06:30 AM

Is there a known area of the optical lobe of the brain known to recognize, hold or download imagery from another human? Would the optical lobe be accepting this information before the human eye recognizes it? What part of the human eye would be picking up on this information or image?
How does the image travel, magnetically through wave lengths or instantly from molecular make up?
Where would this information be stored in the brain, is it separate from normal vision?

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