Not All Scientific Problems Can Be Solved

In the early part of the 20th century psychologist Karl Lashley set out to locate and study the engram, the memory storage center for the human brain. He never found it. In fact, he ended up disproving the theory that an engram even exists, which was far more important to the understanding of the brain than if he had proven the existence of an engram. The results of more than six decades of ... » read more