Sensory hubs drift around the brain although they should not

Sensory hubs  of the sensory cortex responsible for integrated brain function are found to behave in an unexpected manner.  According to the  textbook wisdom,  sensory hubs responsible for sensory percepts should be static structures. Sensory hubs are however drifting in a  time scale of months. The phenomenon is called  representational drift.

In this article a model for the drift is discussed. The TGD based model for the brain relies on the notion of the magnetic body (MB) carrying phases of ordinary matter with a non-standard value of Planck constant $heff=nh0$  behaving like dark matter. MB with $heff>h$ is in the role of master and  receives  sensory information from BB and controls  it. This leads to  a radically new view about information processing in the brain.

 MB would take care of the necessary teaching of the neurons of the  shifted sensory hub - in analogy with associative learning. In the teaching MB  would use  virtual sensory input to the neuronal hub, which is  also necessary for the generation of sensory mental images as standard mental images. The standard mental images could be genetically inherited and represented at MB using  "dark genes". 

See the chapter Magnetospheric sensory representations or the article Sensory hubs drift around the brain although they should not.