The Inside Story of the Ever-Changing Brain

Along the way, we’ll find our story illuminated by many questions:
* Why did people in the 1980s (and only in the 1980s) see book pages as being tinged with pink?
* Why is the world’s best archer armless?
* What does drug withdrawal have in common with a broken heart?
* Why is the enemy of memory not time but other memories?
* How can a blind person learn to see with her tongue or a deaf person learn to hear with his skin?
* Why do we dream each night, and what does that have to do with the rotation of the planet?

The thrill of life is not about who we are but about who we are in the process of becoming. Similarly, the magic of our brain lies not in its constituent elements but in the way those elements unceasingly reweave themselves to form a dynamic, electric, living fabric.

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