"The Nobel Prize for physiology or medicine has been awarded to three scientists who discovered the brain's "GPS system".
UK-based researcher Prof John O'Keefe as well as May-Britt Moser and Edvard Moser share the award.
They discovered how the brain knows where we are and is able to navigate from one place to another.
Their findings may help explain why Alzheimer's disease patients cannot recognise their surroundings.
"The discoveries have solved a problem that has occupied philosophers and scientists for centuries," the Nobel Assembly said."
I am curious if you have any opinions on science working out how our brain works. For instance the above would be described as a process of ''intuition' but it can be explained. I suppose in socionics is would be called a lot of things, possibly sending and intuition.
On the one hand this is a good thing as it can help cure various diseases (eg in this one possibly treat alzeihmers), but others perhaps see it as an infringement of what they are as an individual? Would rather leave certain things mystified rather than de-mytified?