kenneth paul collins
KPCollins at postoffice.worldnet.att.net
Thu Sep 26 20:33:00 EST 1996
Stephan Anagnostaras wrote:
> In article <324969D9.5A52 at psy.ox.ac.uk>, SG <sg at psy.ox.ac.uk> wrote:
> > kenneth paul collins wrote:
> > > via an indirect route... basically, the hippocampi function as TD
> > > E/I-minimization "tools"... they blindly strive to achieve TD E/I(min),
> > > and the supersystem configurations are produced as by-products of the
> > > degrees to which TD E/I(min) is, in fact, achieved...
> > Ken,
> > Please excuse my ignorance and would you be so kind to extend
> > your comment and explain what is TD and E/I?
> > Sergei
> > cc: newsgroup
> Boy, I wish so much was actually known about the hippocampus, then I
> wouldn't have to do my job!
..."so much was actually known" more than two decades ago... to see it,
though, one has to study =all= of the CNS... hippocampal experimetal
results become rigorously-significant only in the contest of the
...tell you what... I just lost the employment through which I was
supporting my research (which consists of studying the experimental
literature, and knitting the results together)... if your school is
willing to foot the bill, I'll gladly travel out there and "put my neck
on the chopping block of your design"... I'd do such even if I had to
pay my own way... but the company I was working for had been assuring me
that I had at least another year's employment with them, so I've been
giving my salary over to my research, and now that they've
"terminated" me, I've no savings...
...I'm faced with having to throw out 25 years of work because I've no
means to house it...
...and you say that all the experimental results that I've seen with my
own eyes just don't exist...? they do... they're sufficient to
substantiate everything I've been discussing... K. P. Collins
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