Human brain can’t map altitude

Researchers from University College London claim only animal’s brains are roughly aware of how high-up they are in space. This means that in terms of altitude the human brain’s map of space is flat. Experts believe the research may help explain why pilots and astronauts are sometimes disorientated.

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Source: Indian Express

Sachiye Day, VERTICES intern. sachiye@vertices.com

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