The brain, as it was popular for years, is not a computer. The brain structure and mechanism are developed by evolutionary roles of nature. Basic physical roles in nature as well as tendencies in plants and instincts in animals are previous ways for integration with nature. The evolution of hard relations between substances to biological soft behaviors of life can be traced along with evolution of integration centers. If gravity center is the integration center for substance interaction to stay in a balance condition, digesting system is the integration center for plant tendency to grow by turning toward light and nerve system is integration center for primary animal instinct to protect its survival, brain has been developed in millions of years for front lobe as human integration center to fulfill his self-identity and effective self-protection. This book is all about a new way to understand human brain.
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