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Researchers have made the surprising discovery that the hunger-inducing neurons that activate these AgRP neurons are located in the paraventricular nucleus — a brain region long thought to cause satiety, or feelings of fullness. This unexpected finding not only provides a critical addition to the overall wiring diagram, but adds an important extension to our understanding of what drives appetite. (1)

Evil Sweden strikes back... (or: How to sterilize "inferior" people)

We try to find ways to feel full…

And yet Tao advises us just the opposite:

Seek emptiness, if you wish to be full…