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cijadra at zedat.fu-berlin.de
Wed Dec 23 00:14:44 EST 1998
(To certain people: Skip)
>If memories are stored as electromagnetic particles, shouldn't we be able to
>detect a magnetic field arising from brain cells (eg by seeing if
>attract/repel a compass placed near this sample?)
Are you volunteering to give the brain samples or are you intending to
get them from some person of another race like some neuros or what is
the suggestion meaning?
I guess the entire brain sample if we take one of yours should sure
"attract/ repel" and entire compass
in astounding telekinetics power display.
>And shouldn't that attraction/repulsion be greater for adult brain tissue
>than children's tissue because adults have more memories than children?
>> I don't understand something.
I nearly failed to notice.
>Or is there another explanation?
>However, the marvel of the neurons
>is that they can retain
I assume that I am too handicapped to follow your generalized
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