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Answered 2013-08-09 07:39:10

So many events in nature are happening around you. Brain receive part of those information necessary for survival and propagation of life. So, most of the the events are not 'totally' perceived by you. Do different part of brain receives different information primarily. But then brain as a whole process the information and decision of action is taken accordingly.

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