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Imagine A Flying Pig: How Words Take Shape In The Brain | Linguists used to think the human brain had a specific region devoted to understanding language. But brain scans now indicate that regions controlling vision, movement, taste, smell and touch are all called into action when we think of a word, too.

LOOK AT HOW FREAKING CUTE THIS PIG IS! Although a flying pig doesn't exist in the real world, our brains use what we know about pigs and birds — and superheroes — to create one in our mind's eye when hear or read those words.