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On Friday, January 25, 2002, at 09:46 , <email@example.com> wrote:
> Yes, but most touches result from brain activity.
Not being touched. Admittedly, one knows that one is touched
because the brain and the sensory apparatus are intact and
functioning, but that is not what we are talking about.
Being touched is something your brain cannot do. Something other
than you or your brain has to touch you.
And, likewise, the things you touch are outside your brain.
As for behaviors coinciding with brain activity- that was never
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