The phenomenon is called “paradoxical lucidity” because it is unexpected and we know very little about its causes.
The word often permits the improbable to be considered probable for the purposes of sounding like science without providing any.
At some point, it might be reasonable to ask, why is religion forbidden while politics is allowed to invade everything?
Anil Seth, proponent of the “hallucination” theory of consciousness, vows that researchers will find that consciousness spot or circuit in the brain.
The brain’s plasticity intrigues and puzzles researcher, and it also raises a larger issue.