posted on May, 27 2014 @ 06:40 PM
a reply to: NiNjABackflip
He will no longer gain leg experiences and leg memories and leg feelings as if he did when he had legs.
Then I proved that wrong with phantom pain. Then you contradicted your above statement and admitted that feelings, or "sensations", can be
experienced after the loss of a limb when you said:
But without the legs once being there, no such sensation would arise.
So, you originally said, "sensation will not happen at all once a limb is lost". Then after I showed you how that wasn't true with phantom pain,
you changed what you're saying to, "Well, it does happen under certain circumstances."