2.02 sequence of events & central idea.docx - 2.02 Sequence of Events Central Ideas 1 Explain the central idea of the article 2 Create a list of 5

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2.02 Sequence of Events & Central Ideas 1. Explain the central idea of the article 2. Create a list of 5 key points that help develop the central idea. 1. The article circled around humans and rats and is a direct organized scientific orchestrated to move rats body parts with the use of the human brain. 2. The author uses specific examples of particular ways that there is an experiment taking place in the article having to do with rats and the human brain. - The central idea was developed with the mentioning of the experiment and how it was based on computer-to-brain interfacing in humans and focused brain ultra sounds in rats - The central idea development continues by listing procedures of the experiment as “how the humans conveyed their intention of moving the rat’s tails by watching a computer display of a flickering strobe
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Unformatted text preview: light” -The central idea was explored originally when scientists asked human volunteers to move a rat’s tail simply by thinking about it.-The idea is further developing by highlighting how the movement of the tail was connected to the brain “the burst focused unto a specific area of the motor cortex in the brain of the anesthetized rat, ultimately produce a flick of the tail”. -Suggesting that “Ratatouille could become more human like than ever imagined” encourages the idea of rats being involved in the central idea. This could happen because of the experiment where the human brains are controlling rats....
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