Often a minor difference makes all the difference

Though it knows that the shortest distance between two points is a straight line, we can’t always tell our mind to follow a straight line. It takes turns. It has limitations. Its neurons decide how far it can go. We are unique species because of our neurons and the connections between them. Our connectome is as vital as our genome. Despite large similarities in our genome and connectome we are different. Minor differences in our genome and connectome can make us widely different. We have our own straight lines. We follow our own curves. Often they cross each other. Often they are parallel. Often a minor differences makes all the difference.

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