Originally posted on TED Blog:
TED Conversations is a unique space where any member of this community can get feedback on an idea, pose an interesting question, or start a fascinating debate with fellow TEDizens from around the globe. This week, dozens of new conversations were started on a variety of topics — from the history of the Industrial Revolution to advice on writing a book. Here, a sampling of the highlights:
First, a lively and informative discussion on the science of Hadar Cohen’s excellent question: Is the heart overlooked when it comes to intelligence?
The center of the nervous system, the brain, has been popularly defined as the fundamental core of intellectual activity. Yet, in my Bioelectricity class with Professor Nina Tandon, we learned about recent research suggesting that information processing in the body may in fact be more distributed.
For example, there is increasing evidence suggesting that the cardioelectromagenetic field can actually affect…
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