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What Hallucinations Reveal About Our Minds

We see the world around us with our eyes, but are all the things we see really there? Our eyes take in light to see, but it's our brains that decipher that information into how we interpret that information, and in some circumstances if the brain doesn't get enough information, it makes things up to fill in the blanks. Neurologist and author Oliver Sacks discusses Charles Bonnet syndrome, where visually imaired people experience lucid Hallucinations, and what may be going on deep inside our heads.

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