On Aug 8, 2:10 pm, Evgenii Rudnyi <use...@rudnyi.ru> wrote:
> Craig,
> Now I agree that my example was not good. I have searched some more.
> What about phantom pain, that is, pain in a limb that has been removed
> by amputation? What your theory says about such a thing?

I think that phantom limb pain is about the somatic-proprioceptive
neurons in the brain letting you know that they have not heard from
the neurons in your missing limb in a long time, and they want you to
check it out. It's also processing the trauma of the loss, as if to
say "I'm not crazy, right? There used to be a limb here and somehow
you, uh, don't have it anymore."


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