Did you ever notice how theories named after people appear complicated? Mention a mathematician’s or scientist’s name and automatically most people presume, “That’s way too complicated for me.” Hilbert spaces. Pythagorian theorom. Schroedinger’s wave equation. Einstein’s relativity. Alfalfa’s loose tooth.
But here you and I are, ordinary people. And we’re curious. How do brains tell daisies from monkeys? Or fish from dogs? How do brains work? Such a simple question. And such a simple answer.