request good review article

kkollins at pop3.concentric.net kkollins at pop3.concentric.net
Sun Nov 15 22:45:07 EST 1998


Nizar Hajjage wrote:

> 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 brain
> samples attract/repel a compass placed near this sample?)
>
> And shouldn't that attraction/repulsion be greater for adult brain tissue
> than children's tissue because adults have more memories than children?

This is what EEG is. We don't have "magnet-heads" be-cause, unless one uses
sensitive instruments, there's not enough in-phase dynamics to be
externally-detectable.

(For those who have it, see AoK, Ap5 "type-II synchronization") ken collins




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