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Buddhism, especially the Mahāsatipaṭṭhāna Sutra, is where the original ideas started developing on how animals use their panorama senses.

Pleasure and wanting lead to repetitions. Once the repetitions start, they keep repeating. Once the wheels start turning; then they turn with their own karmic momentum.

The ever repeating wheels of thought and action – remembering – planning – then actually doing – are the inevitable fruit of pleasure and wanting.

Buddha's Middle Way is a way between the two extremes of sensual indulgence and sensory withdrawal. Panoramic sensing is a way of using the senses which fulfills these requirements perfectly. It avoids the pleasure which leads to wanting.

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