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Frontal Lobe in the End of Time

Frontal Lobe in the End of Time

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Frontal lobe in the end of time:Text: Revelation 22:4 They shall see His face and His name shall be on their
foreheads.
 Revelation 7:3 (the sealing of the 144,000) Do not harm the earth, the sea or the trees till wehave sealed he servants of our God in their
foreheads.
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there’s a reason why it is so...
 The lobes of the brain:1. TL-
 –
memory is centered, musical ability2. OL- vision, visual planning (architectural ability)3. PL
 –
feelings, emotions, Math, speech and language recognition-learning (newlanguage)4. Frontal lobe - seat of religiosity, morality and the will (spiritual center of the brain), partwhere worship occurs (if you have an intact FL you worship). Question is, who and whatdo you worship?-crown of the brain and the control center of the brainPhineas Gage- classic example of what happens to a person if his FL is not intact(short storyabout his life and the changes that happened to him after the accident)
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Phineas Gage (1823-1860) is one of the earliest documented cases of severe brain injury. Gage is the indexcase of an individual who suffered major personality changes after brain trauma. As such, he is a legend inthe annals of neurology, which is largely based on the study of brain-damaged patients.Gage was foreman of a crew of railroad construction workers who were excavating rocks to make way for therailroad track. This involved drilling holes deep into the boulders and filling them with dynamite. A fuse wasthen inserted, and the entrance to the hole plugged with sand, so that the force of the explosion would bedirected into the boulder. This was done with a crow bar-like tool called a tamping iron.On 13th September, 1848, 25-year-old Gage and his crew were working on the Rutland and BurlingtonRailroad near Cavendish in Vermont. Gage was preparing for an explosion by compacting a bore withexplosive powder using a tamping iron. While he was doing this, a spark from the tamping iron ignited thepowder, causing the iron to be propelled at high speed straight through
Gage’s
skull. It entered under the leftcheek bone and exited through the top of the head, and was later recovered some 30 yards from the site of the accident.The doctor who later attended to him, John Martin Harlow, later noted that the tamping iron was found
“several
rods [1 rod= 5.02m] behind him, where it was afterward picked up by his men smeared with bloodand
brain”.
The tamping iron was 3 ft. 8 inches in length and 1.25 inches in diameter at one end, not 1.25inches in circumference, as reported in the newspaper report on the left. It tapered at one end, over adistance of about 1 ft., to a blunt end 0.25 inches in diameter, and weighed more than 6 kg.Whether or not Gage lost consciousness is not known, but, remarkably, he was conscious and able to walkwithin minutes of the accident. He was then seated in an oxcart, on which he was transported three-quartersof a mile to the boarding house where he was staying. Here, he was attended to by Harlow, the localphysician. At the boarding house, Harlow cleaned
Gage’s
wounds by removing small fragments of bone, and
 
replaced some of the larger skull fragments that remained attached but had been displaced by the tampingiron. He then closed the larger wound at the top of 
Gauge’s
head with adhesive straps, and covered theopening with a wet compress.
Gage’s
wounds were not treated surgically, but were instead left open to draininto the dressings.
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Gage did, according to Harlow, retain
“full
possession of his
reason”
after the accident, but his wife and otherpeople close to him soon began to notice dramatic changes in his personality. It
wasn’t
until 1868 thatHarlow documented the
“mental
 
manifestations”
of 
Gage’s
brain injuries, in a report published in the
Bulletinof the Massachusetts Medical Society 
:
His contractors, who regarded him as the most efficient and capable foreman in their employprevious to his injury, considered the change in his mind so marked that they could not give himhis place again. He is fitful, irreverent, indulging at times in the grossest profanity (which wasnot previously his custom), manifesting but little deference for his fellows, impatient of restraint of advice when it conflicts with his desires, at times pertinaciously obstinent, yetcapricious and vacillating, devising many plans of future operation, which are no soonerarranged than they are abandoned in turn for others appearing more feasible. In this regard, hismind was radically changed, so decidedly that his friends and acquaintances said he was
“no
 longer
Gage.”
 
- His skull in now in Harvard museum..
Animals with frontal lobe:
1.cat-
3.5% of the cat’s brain is in FL.no morality, enjoy killing their victims to death(rats),many
sexual partners, easy to fool a cat2. dog-
7% is in the FL, won’t hesitate to kill but don’t torture their victims to death,more
emphatic with creatures they enjoy and love, can plan (story of a dog during a hot summerday),difficult to fool3.chimps-17% 4. Humans
 –
33-38%
Impaired FL:
1.impaired moral principle-decline of morality in society2.social impairment occurs- no natural love for family3.lack of foresight and planning- FL matures when a person is 30 years old, reason why youngpeople should listen to the advice of adults4. Advance Math like Algebra and Calculus learning is impaired5.loss of empathy6.Lack of restraint -easy to see if someone is losing a game
 
7. OCD< obesity,etc
Things that can suppress FL function:
1. Illegal drugs2. Anything that suppresses FL will cause addiction (internet and texting addiction3. Drugs like valium and pain relievers in long term use will suppress it4. Alcohol- affects FL first before cerebellum, affects judgment(reason why many peoplecan kill easily when they are drunk)5. Coffee6. TV
 –
hypnosis, for every 5 minute-period scene changes every 3 s thus increases
daydreaming which in turn can increase chances of Alzheimer’s disease.
 -decreases ability to learn, reading, non-reaction which means not reacting when youare supposed to react and increase aggression-American Medical Association clears states the negative effects of TV,50% of murdersand rapes occur due to TV-reduces sensitivity to violence-people who quit watching TV also has symptoms like that of a person who is addicted into anything.7. increase stimulation of the senses like what we often see and feel- pop music does not
stimulate us instead it suppresses our brain’s function
 8. feelings
 –
feelings can lie (they are the function of our lower brain).It is not bad, but we have toprocess them into the FL of our brain in order to react well.
“We can’t stop them from coming but we can choose which one we can serve.
 
Food: 1.Carbo 2.(omega3 from plants that contain DHA, ALA and EPA)-
Baby brain development is affected greatly by a baby's nutrition intake. Children who aremalnourished will resulted an inadequate brain growth that showing lower IQ, slower language andfine motor development. Before we talk about the kind of food that we need to 'feed' the brain. Weprobably want to ask ourselves, what is our brain made of?-Our brain is primarily fat, 60% by dry weight! Few people realize how important fat is to a healthybrain. And DHA, the most plentiful fatty acid in the brain, is crucial to brain health, from infancy to oldage.-DHA passes through the placenta to the fetus during pregnancy, and to the nursing baby throughbreast milk. Optimal levels of DHA in the bloodstream of pregnant women and the breast milk of nursing mothers are crucial to babies. In fact, DHA's presence in breast milk may explain why breast-fed babies have demonstrable IQ advantages over babies fed formula without DHA. This is proved bythe 21-year study by a research team at Brisbane's University of Queensland. They found that thebreastfed children ended up with an intellectual advantage of eight IQ points. One of the explanationby Prof. Najman, the research team leader was "that omega fatty acids found in breast milk may begiving breastfed children an intellectual advantage."-You can also ensure your children (and yourself) obtain DHA from the diets. The richest sources of DHA are red meats, animal organs, and eggs. Deep-water fish obtain their DHA from microalgae likesalmon, striped bass, rainbow trout, halibut, tuna, sardines, mackerel or fish oil supplements for those

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The frontal lobe is the location of illusions. I never saw a camel walking to a fata morgana, but I've seen adult human beings risking their own life and/or killing their fellow man for a handful of dollars. It's all hidden in the location of illusions...
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