The Temporal-occipital-parietal junction is the area where the temporal, occipital, and parietal lobes meet to exchange information.


The same electromagnetic signals are used in the neurons in these three lobes, so the correct exchange of information relies on the different transmissions. Failure can result in synesthesia. So numbers or dates may be experienced as as colors, sounds can be seen and sights can be heard as documented in the drug L.S.D.

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