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Perhaps in the very moments that we experience a choice, our minds are rewriting history, fooling us into thinking that this choice—that was actually completed after its consequences were subconsciously perceived—was a choice that we had made all along. What Neuroscience Says about Free Will
I know this isn't the best place to introduce this show, but it's the only place I could think of that would reach the intended audience en masse. ABC's "Black Box" is a TV show that centers on a character that suffers from BP1 with psychotic features (auditory hallucinations). It's very interesting and discusses very rare and unusual mental health and neurological health issues. I have found it to be very educational as well as entertaining. It's like a combination of "Perception" and "House M.D.". From what I have seen of Dr. Black's hallucinations and everyday troubles dealing with Bipolar Disorder (including going on and off her numerous meds), the show seems to accurately depict mental illness (as far as BP is concerned, because that's the only thing that I know about--I can't speak for others with the disorders and illnesses the show has covered so far). If you have seen the show and want a place to talk about it, you can come visit this community on LiveJournal. If you don't have a LiveJournal blog, it's free and easy to register, and you can remain completely anonymous if you wish. I'm a member and really want to talk about this show with other people in a more appropriate place! http://blackbox-abc.livejournal.com
Hi everyone, I'm Olive. I've never been a member of anything like this, but I am looking forward to meeting other people like me and being able to share my experiences, some of which are a little nutty. But here I am in a nutshell: Ph.D student in Neuroscience Adjunct professor vintage clothing aficionado manic depressive, shcizoaffective-type. I'm happy to be here. -Olive