Perhaps compose a fiction about hard-wired fictionalizing, a fiction that reminds readers of their synaptic deceptions.
From guns to God to gays in one synaptic spasm—the culture-war trifecta.
Time-travel always raises the synaptic delay threshold, but the trouble is it's so variable.
synaptic cells summed and integrated, cancelled and compared and with saucy assurance sent the findings on toward Cumulative.
One thing remained, unasked and unbeknownst, grooved with synaptic permanence in their burgeoning brains.
1895, used as an adj. corresponding to synapsis, from Greek synaptikos, literally "connective, copulative."
synaptic syn·ap·tic (sĭ-nāp'tĭk)
Of or relating to synapsis or a synapse.
synapsis syn·ap·sis (sĭ-nāp'sĭs)
n. pl. syn·ap·ses (-sēz)
The side-by-side association of homologous paternal and maternal chromosomes during early meiotic prophase.