What you see is a myosin protein dragging an endorphin along a filament to the inner part of the brain's parietal cortex which creates happiness. Happiness. You're looking at happiness.
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This is what happiness really looks like: Molecules of the protein myosin drag a ball of endorphins along an active filament into the inner part of the brain's parietal cortex, which produces feelings of happiness.
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Hope this isn't a repost. Hit me in the parietal lobes.
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πŸ“…︎ Dec 15 2012
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Dragging a ball of endorphins in the internal part of the parietal cortex, which is responsible for happiness !
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πŸ‘€︎ @BKingCOC
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TIL that lizards, frogs and lampreys, as well as some species of fish have a third eye called a parietal eye!
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πŸ‘€︎ @vicster
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Frontal. Parietal. Occipital. Temporal.
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Right Parietal Lobe
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