God (Neurons) May Be Everywhere
Nuns volunteered to recall intense mystical experiences while being scanned in an MRI machine.
By Kaspar Mossman
In many faiths, a specific place is reserved for the ritual of reaching out to God, be it a church, synagogue, mosque or some other venue. Researchers recently examined whether certain brain locations are specially activated when a religious believer communes with his or her deity.
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