It is possible to “program” and train our habits and behaviours in a way that is comparable to a computer.
Note the subtle neuroscience references in the circuitry;
+12W: 12 Watts, the amount of energy constantly generated by the human brain (enough to keep a flashlight glowing);
-70mV: -70 millivolts, the resting membrane potential of a neuron;
Letters represent the lobes (areas) of the cerebral cortex, i.e., F = frontal, P = parietal, T – temporal, O – occipital, SS – somatosensory, PM – primary motor, SM – secondary motor.