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Q: Why don't astronauts get sick?


A: Because they're never under the weather.

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We all have mirror neurons in our brains, which is why we might cry when we see another's tears. But in mirror touch synesthesia, those neurons appear overactive, prompting more extreme responses. For example, they may feel like someone is touching them when they see someone else being touched or feel the weight of a pair of glasses on their nose just because they see someone else wearing glasses.



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