When an 87-year-old man was having his brain scanned, he died — unexpectedly — of a heart attack. So, the scan recorded his unanticipated final brain activity.
What parts of the brain light up, and what parts go dormant, when someone is “speaking in tongues”?
The researchers were interested in a nerve tract that connects the frontal and temporal lobes of the brain, the arcuate fasciculus.
Darwinists insist on your body’s “poor design.” Yeah, right. Check these out.