NeuroGeography - How our brains keep track of the Places we go


Every Place you have ever been has a corresponding brain cell. When you experience a new Place, a new cell is allocated. When you are in a familiar Place, that particular cell is activated.

After an explanation of the science, I’ll expand into possible futures based on this foundation. Think of it as a sci-fi product brainstorm.

jason wilson


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