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It appears that the pineal gland is really a signal transducer, just like the retina of the eye. Why would an internal organ close too but not part of the brain be photo-sensitive if there is nothing for us to see?

It appears that the pineal gland is really a signal transducer, just like the retina of the eye. Why would an internal organ close too but not part of the brain be photo-sensitive if there is nothing for us to see?

Ordinary skin cells morphed into functional brain cellshttp://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2013/04/130414193143.htm

Ordinary skin cells morphed into functional brain cells

Ordinary skin cells morphed into functional brain cellshttp://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2013/04/130414193143.htm

The pineal gland produces both melatonin and serotonin responsible for mood and sleep. ♡

The pineal gland produces both melatonin and serotonin responsible for mood and sleep. ♡

High levels of moral reasoning correspond with increased gray matter in brain -- ScienceDaily

High levels of moral reasoning correspond with increased gray matter in brain -- ScienceDaily

How Neurons Find Their Way in the Developing Brain

How Neurons Find Their Way in the Developing Brain

The Human Brain (HD full documentary) Using simple analogies, real-life case studies, and state-of-the-art CGI, this special shows how the brain works, expla...

The Human Brain (HD full documentary) Using simple analogies, real-life case studies, and state-of-the-art CGI, this special shows how the brain works, expla...

Components of the basal ganglia, shown in two cross-sections of the human brain. Blue: caudate nucleus and putamen. Green: globus pallidus. Red: subthalamic nucleus. Black: substantia nigra.

Components of the basal ganglia, shown in two cross-sections of the human brain. Blue: caudate nucleus and putamen. Green: globus pallidus. Red: subthalamic nucleus. Black: substantia nigra.

TED Playlist: How does my brain work? 1) Daniel Wolpert: The real reason for brains 2) Antonio Damasio: The quest to understand consciousness 3) Sarah-Jayne Blakemore: The mysterious workings of the adolescent brain 4) Paul Bloom: The origins of pleasure 5) Pawan Sinha: How brains learn to see 6) Allan Jones: A map of the brain 7) Christopher deCharms: A look inside the brain in real time 8) Michael Merzenich: Growing evidence of brain plasticity 9) Mary Lou Jepsen: Could future devices read…

TED Playlist: How does my brain work? 1) Daniel Wolpert: The real reason for brains 2) Antonio Damasio: The quest to understand consciousness 3) Sarah-Jayne Blakemore: The mysterious workings of the adolescent brain 4) Paul Bloom: The origins of pleasure 5) Pawan Sinha: How brains learn to see 6) Allan Jones: A map of the brain 7) Christopher deCharms: A look inside the brain in real time 8) Michael Merzenich: Growing evidence of brain plasticity 9) Mary Lou Jepsen: Could future devices read…

360 degrees anatomy website

360 degrees anatomy website

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