Scientist explains why we get ‘gut feelings’

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Professor Digby Tatum of the University of Sheffield claims that our brains have the biological equivalent of a Wi-Fi, allowing other, nearby people to pick up micro-signals, gathering more information about our personality and what we’re communicating. Our brain avoids eye contact because it gets overwhelmed by stimuli. Image via Wikipedia. The interbrain We’ve known for…

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