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emotional memory is stored on gut (feeling), not the brain, so emotional memory is kept on organs (emotion, fast) instead of brain (logic, slow). If people receive transplant organs, would recipient feel donor's emotional memory as well?

The brain deals with emotions via the limbic system mostly. "Gut feeling" is a term used to describe your conscience; your conscience is based on your experiences and what you have gone through. That being said, I don't think that it's related to any organ in your gut, but interesting, >50% of serotonin (the feel-good neurotransmitter) is manufactured in your gut. AND, gut bacteria can influence mood and emotions (via the production of metabolites), highlighting their connection with the brain.
emotional memory is stored on gut (feeling), not the brain, so emotional memory is kept on organs (emotion, fast) instead of brain (logic, slow). If people receive transplant organs, would recipient feel donor's emotional memory as well?
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A 19.5 kg object moving in the +x direction at 5.5 m/s collides head-on with a 15.0 kg object moving in the −x direction at 4.5 m/s
A)Find the final velocity of each mass if the objects stick together.
Express your answers using two significant figures. Enter your answers numerically separated by a comma.
B)Find the final velocity of each mass if the collision is elastic.
Express your answers using two significant figures. Enter your answers numerically separated by a comma.
C) Find the final velocity of each mass if the 19.5 kg object is at rest after the collision.
Express your answers using two significant figures. Enter your answers numerically separated by a comma.
D)Is the result in part C "reasonable"? Explain.
E)Find the final velocity of each mass if the 15.0 kg object is at rest after the collision.
Express your answers using two significant figures. Enter your answers numerically separated by a comma.
F)Is the result in part E "reasonable"? Explain.
G)Find the final velocity of each mass if the 19.5 kg object has a velocity of 4.5 m/s in the −x direction after the collision.
Express your answers using two significant figures. Enter your answers numerically separated by a comma.
H)Is the result in part G "reasonable"? Explain.
Two billiard balls of equal mass move at right angles and meet at the origin of an xy coordinate system. Ball A is moving upward along the y axis at vA = 2.4 m/s , and ball B is moving to the right along the x axis with speed vB = 5.2 m/s . After the collision, assumed elastic, ball B is moving along the positive y axis.
What is the final direction of ball A? What are their two speeds?
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Would those emotional memory stay within muscle / organs?

Your brain would have to activate the muscles. Fine motor skills exhibited by your hands is coordinated by small muscles which involve the synchronisation of hands and fingers with the eyes. Motor neurons in your hands will innervate a small number of muscle fibers to activate movement with the direction ultimately originating from your brain. If people receive transplant organs, the recipient who's used to moving their hand a certain way will find limitations in their former ability. They'd have to retrain their muscles (through physiotherapy, for example). The donor's emotional memory resides in the donor's brain, not hand.

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Would those emotional memory stay within muscle / organs?  If people receive transplant organs, would received people feel donor's emotional memory as well?

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