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Hello, my virtual friends, have you ever thought about the center of evil in the brain?
Scientists from NYU threw themselves into discovering whether bad intentions can be prevented if they are discovered before an aggressive attack or violent behavior occurs ...
The region of the brain known as the ventrolateral part of the ventromedial hypothalamus, which controls body temperature, hunger and sleep, becomes active before an attack.
Acting in that region could prevent violent behavior and even sexual aggression.
A study by a group of scientists from NYU indicates brain circuits that are important for motivating the aggression that occurs when animals prepare for an attack. It is claimed that the discovery could lead to the discovery of drugs that prevent violence before it happens.
Technology could be developed that would continuously monitor a person’s levels of aggression. This can be done unethically and questions will arise about the impact on free will, but doctors think that this is a very weak possibility and that ethical and legal problems are solvable.
"Experts have discovered that there is a part of the brain in the hypothalamus that is the center of evil, and which is activated before the attack."
In many vertebrates, individuals look for an opportunity for aggression even though there is no real reason.
Several regions of the brain are associated with seizures in response to a threat, but very little is known about the mechanisms involved in self-induced or voluntary behavior that requires aggression and when the threat does not exist.
Deactivating that region would reduce such unprovoked, aggressive behavior and prevent future attacks.
What do you think? Could violence be prevented?
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