Daniel Pierce: Is there something wrong with me? It's a question we all ask our selves. We all wonder why we don't look like, act like, feel like everybody else. Each of our brains has the exact same parts, cortex, hypothalamus, fornix, septal nucleus, so on. And yet, no two brains are exactly alike. So being different, being unique, is undeniably a fundamental characteristic of being human.
Daniel Pierce: Does freewill exist? Do I exert conscience controls over my actions? Did I do that on purpose or am I forced to do it by some unseen neuron process? Fact is most of the neuro scientific data suggests freewill is an illusion. If that's true, are we simply met puppets? Are all of our choices made for us?