Michael Gazzaniga: Scientists we sometimes get annoyed with, but not science.
There are seven billion of us now and contrary to the evening news we all get along, kind of.
Michael Gazzaniga: Why does the human always seem to like fiction? Could it be that it prepares us for unexpected things that happen in our life?
Science gets things right and it takes a long time and it takes a lot of chatter to get there.
I don’t think we’ve conceptualized yet well enough how the brain gets its job done to abstract all of that activity in our brain into meaningful units to which we can then think about how to move those around to build a brain.