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I got to know the concept that the left hemisphere of the brain has the ability to infer conclsions about the world, even if the information on which it relays is not necessarily valid, from experiment on split brains particapant. Does the left hemisphere aware that the infomation on which it relays is not necessarily true and just has the tendency to act this way, or is it completly unknown to it, and consider it as a fact? Thanks!

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