It’s hypothesized that babies either have a strong or weak synesthesia which splits apart (or develops into) somewhat more distinct senses but regardless of strongly separate senses at birth barely distinct senses at birth, pruning is the name of the process which ends up distinguishing them from one another, even if it’s a gathering of “like-with-like” more than a “lessening-of-cross-talk”.

It’s hypothesized that babies either have a strong or weak synesthesia which splits apart (or develops into) somewhat more distinct senses but regardless of strongly separate senses at birth barely distinct senses at birth, pruning is the name of the process which ends up distinguishing them from one another, even if it’s a gathering of “like-with-like” more than a “lessening-of-cross-talk”.

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