Researchers at UCLA have found that skulking around the dark corners of the Internet can actually cause the lights to go on in the dark corners of your mind. 

A brain researcher may have stumbled on physical proof that poegling can make you smarter.  USA Today reports that in November’s American Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry Gary Small, professor at the Semel Institute for Neuroscience and Human Behavior at UCLA, will release a study that shows participants using the Internet for search exhibited ”extensive activity in decision-making and complex-reasoning portions of the brain.”

So if googling for information can get your gears turning, what does that mean for poeglers?  Given that poegling is a form of deliberate search conducted with the goal of synthesizing the results into a literary form, poegling could indeed be causing serious fireworks in your brain nugget.  Perhaps poegling is even better than fish oil! Cheers to Professor Small for revealing this benefit to the world. 

UCLA MRI Images

UCLA MRI Images

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