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Doubt cast over brain ‘God spot’

Posted on August 30th, 2006 at 15:39 by John Sinteur in category: Pastafarian News -- Write a comment


There is no single “God spot” in the brain, Canadian scientists say.

A University of Montreal team found Christian mystical experiences are mediated by several brain regions.

Researchers asked 15 nuns to recount mystical experiences while studying them on MRI scanners, the journal, Neuroscience Letters reported.

There has been much debate about how the brain reacts during connections with God among religious followers.

Some people went as far as suggesting there was a specific brain region designed for communication with God.

But the researchers claim this study discredits those theories.

Cue the g-spot jokes….

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