All the memories stored in the near million gigabytes that is my brain
Words, places, songs, smells; they all make my neurons fire
And they set my mind ablaze
It is sad that some of my favorite things were ruined
Because of these dendritic connections
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After studying human anatomy and physiology, as well as psychology, I looked at my feelings as science. Dendrites are parts of nerve cells in our brains which conduct electrical stimuli to various parts of our brain. When certain dendrites are triggered, we think of the people or things we associate with whatever stimulus set off the first dendrite.