It seems more likely that it was actually a kind of mind reading of another superpower.
The first thing that came to mind was that of a computer and the second thing that came to mind was a computer that had been programmed to give it to the brain.
A computer program would have no idea at all what it should do with its own information. It would think about what it could use it for, and then do it.
For example, a computer could tell the brain to send it more commands, because the program is able to think of them in a way the brain can understand.
But a mind reader would never, ever be able to do that. This would be like telling the computer to “add five hundred thousand to the prime number base.” No such program would ever be capable of doing that. How, then, does he or she get the information from such a program?
I think there might be two kinds of explanations of it. I don’t want to get into them now, though.
One kind of explanation deals with the way information is handled in the brain. The other seems to deal more with how the brain decides to remember what has happened and how that “recognition” functions.
“When you’ve done something well there’s nothing left to do but go back to it and do it better.” – J.K. Rowling
I suspect that the recognition in the brain is something that comes in response to the experience itself. “You’re doing something fine here,” you say.
If I tell it “Your hair has fallen out,” or “Your eyebrows are all messed up,” or “I have an annoying uncle at school,” that tells it that I recognize something. It knows where the stimulus happened and that it did it.
But if I tell it “You’ve fallen down the stairs today,” or “That was awful,” or “Someone has spilled milk on the rug,” or “Your hair was wet today,” this does not trigger recognition. But if I tell it “The sky is blue,” that does do the trick (the world is really blue).
The second sort of explanation is that it involves the fact that the mind in question knows how it has to represent the things it does.
If I’m driving at 70 miles an hour, and this thought occurs to me, “You’re driving at 70 miles an hour. You can’t possibly drive at 70 miles an
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