How to make an emotional ‘douche’ of a brain – video

What if you could make an ’emotional’ douche out of your brain?

The answer is: a lot.

In fact, the research, conducted by neuroscientists at the University of Florida, has been hailed as a “game-changer” by neuropsychologist Richard Wiseman, who describes it as “an elegant and revolutionary new tool in our arsenal for understanding the brain”.

What’s the theory?

To understand why we are able to feel emotion, the brain is constantly generating different sensations in its cortex – the area behind the eyes.

And the more complex those sensations are, the more neurons they have.

“There’s a whole set of signals in the brain that are very sensitive to emotions, that’s the idea,” said Prof. Wiseman.

And these signals are constantly being fed into our neurons – meaning the brain can create a whole new brain, called a network, where emotions are stored.

What’s interesting about this brain network is that it’s a very simple idea.

“The basic idea is that the brain doesn’t just generate the emotion but it also stores it in a network of neurons,” said Dr. Wisemen.

The idea is to think about it in terms of a neural network and you can imagine it as a series of little islands.

The first island is the “basic” network – the brain cells that are doing everything.

The other islands are called the “sub-nets” – networks that can take different inputs and put them together to create different emotions.

Each sub-net has a specific function.

When you have a very intense emotion, those neurons that are going to send those signals to the brain’s sub-nets will be activated.

These neurons will be involved in making your emotional response.

“When you have an emotional response, those sub-nodes will have the information that the emotion is coming from,” said Wiseman about the brain network.

The more sub-network a neuron has, the greater the intensity of that emotion.

“So the more subnet it has, then the more powerful the emotion that it will send out.”

“The idea is, if we look at the neurons that make up the subnet of a neuron, we know that if we have a single neuron that’s doing the emotion, then that neuron will send a lot of messages,” he said.

“And that’s exactly what we want to know.”

The idea of the network is simple.

What do these signals look like?

It’s simple to visualize.

When we look around, we see lots of cells – but what’s special about a neuron is it can communicate with many neurons simultaneously.

That’s how the brain works.

When a neuron sends a signal to the other neurons in the network, they all get the same result – and all of them then send the same message back to the neuron in charge of the emotion.

In the case of a person’s brain, this is called a firing rate.

But when you’re thinking about it, a firing can be a whole bunch of different things – from the neurons firing when they think of an idea to the neurons in charge firing when the brain receives a signal from a friend.

The next step is to get the neuron to “fire” a single pulse – or a burst of signals.

“If the neurons are not all firing at the same time, you’re not going to get a burst,” said Professor Wiseman in an interview with The New York Times.

“We need to have a big burst of neurons, that will do a very specific thing, that you can only get from a single signal.”

What are the properties of the brain?

This burst of information comes from multiple neurons – each of which will have different properties.

The neurons that fire the most will be the ones that produce the emotion – and so it will be those neurons, in particular, that produce positive emotions.

The rest of the neurons, which are “bored” by the positive emotions, will produce negative emotions.

This is called the neural network.

When these neurons get together to form a network they can create an emotional experience that will be shared across multiple brain regions.

That means we can be able to see, say, the same emotional experience across the brain, as if we were all sitting together.

“It’s just that when you look at a person, you are seeing it from different parts of the body,” said David Schaper, a neuroscientist at the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) who co-authored the study.

“This is how we see each other, and how we process the emotions.”

What does the study show?

So what does this mean for people who don’t want to be a douche?

Well, for the most part, they don’t have to.

“Most people don’t need to work with a brain network, because the networks we have are