Brain Use/40 hertz

RonBlue rcb5 at MSN.COM
Thu Dec 31 19:36:20 EST 1998


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From: DK <cooper17.spamless at xs4all.nl>
To: neur-sci at net.bio.net <neur-sci at net.bio.net>
Date: Thursday, December 31, 1998 2:07 PM
Subject: Re: Brain Use/40 hertz


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>"RonBlue" wrote in message
>>Jack Sarfatti has calculated that only about 1% of the brain
>>neurons are used to have a single conscious thought...
>>While Jack is saying that only 1% is being used for a single
>>thought, which 1% is important.   What I am trying to say is
>>that the brain uses 100% of its neurons all the time.  What is
>>not necessarily apparent is that non-firing neurons are a
>>source of information which means they are being used.
>
>I hope I know what I'm talking about. What I read is that it isn't any
>*particular* 1% (or 10% or whatever theory you're looking at) which is
>important; it's just that *at any given moment* studies seem to indicate
>that only this percentage is actually working. The working/not working-ness,
>if you will,  travels over the brain so that all or nearly all parts are
>used within a given time frame, probably a few milliseconds.
>--Katrina
>
Yes, I agree.  Ron Blue







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