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July 20, 2009
Why information is its own reward - same neurons signal thirst for water, knowledge.
14 years ago
Inquiring monkeys want to know!
I don't get it. What's with the SPOILERS.jpg?
*munches on book, pours water over head*
What's with the SPOILERS.jpg?
Some sort of tenuous link with the story I suppose (the monkeys were getting spoilers in the form of info about the future during the tests?). Still odd though. I wonder what types of information/knowledge this applies to? Only information about the future? Or about something that will be experienced personally? Interesting stuff.
Do these monkeys love information for its own sake, as proposed here, or do they have a higher level supercilious bent? To put it another way: their dopamine levels might just show them to be playing a sort of a mind game. If they win, they feel superior.
Spoiler: . . . . . .
Spoilers is a t-shirt.