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    Humans enjoy thinking.
    Enjoyment is the experience of pleasure caused by chemicals in the brain being released.
    The pleasure of thinking occurs when conclusions are reached to a large set of data which has consciously accumulated over time.
    Thoughts can be controlled by physically changing the thinker's environment or by self-distraction.
    Thought is a process which involves the accumulation, manipulation, compression, ordering and discarding of data in the brain.
    The enjoyment of thinking derives from the reaching of conclusions which enhance experiences of life thereafter.
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