Humans have an insatiable desire to entertain themselves. Variety and stimulation literally lead to neurogenesis (brain-cell growth), whilst a joint study by Harvard University and the University of Virginia found that students prefer to experience physical pain rather than 15 minutes of boredom. Sensory deprivation leads to hallucinations and psychosis, whilst visual memory, information processing and verbal fluency deteriorate. We need excitement.Humans have an insatiable desire to entertain themselves. Variety and stimulation literally lead to neurogenesis (brain-cell growth), whilst a joint study by Harvard University and the University of Virginia found that students prefer to experience physical pain rather than 15 minutes of boredom. Sensory deprivation leads to hallucinations and psychosis, whilst visual memory, information processing and verbal fluency deteriorate. We need excitement.

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