The Human Brain’s GPS

Have you ever wondered how you can remember and visualize events and details surrounding memorable events in your life years later? Things like your first kiss, your wedding, an accident, the place your first child was born–or where you just parked your car in a gigantic parking lot at the mall! University College of London researcher Neil Burgess tells how patterns of electrical activity in brain cells help us draw internal maps of the space around us.

PositiveTip: Thank God today for the “fearful and wonderful way” (Psalm 139:14) He created you so you don’t get lost (most of the time)!