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Curious as to what this is.

Post by umop-3p!sdn » Fri Apr 20, 2007 7:34 pm

Basically, its part of a mystery a band introduced.

The whole thing revolves around a greek (I think) phrase "Argus Apocraphex" It means hidden guardian, or something similar, I think. Within the sleeve of both of their albums, "Find the Argus Apocraphex" is hidden.
Anyway I found this on the internet:

htt p: //ww w. troublebunchmusic. com/files/30stmbioapocraphex.jpg
[Im not allowed to post links, so i had to butcher the URL ): ]

It was under the heading Where is the Argus Apocraphex?

Can anyone tell me what the part of the brain it is pointing to, and the function of it?It would be very much appreciated.
(For reference, if you want, the band is 30 Seconds To Mars)

Thanks again for any help regarding what the picture is pointing out.

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Post by umop-3p!sdn » Fri Apr 20, 2007 8:00 pm

I have found out that The "you are here" point marked is around the whereabouts of where auditory data is processed, which would make sense, and that the other point is somewhere within the Parietal Lobe.

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Post by blcr11 » Mon Apr 23, 2007 2:04 pm

:oops: Oops. Wrong message. Sorry about that. I have no idea what (or where) an Argus Apocraphex is. A hundred eyed monster without a "craphex" perhaps?

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Post by weesper » Sat May 05, 2007 9:03 pm

This is no specific region of the brain (Im speaking as an MD)

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