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K C Cheng kccheng at postoffice.idirect.com
Fri Oct 2 13:59:37 EST 1998


Cijadrachon wrote:
> =


> > It is incredible that these should be under electromagnetic
> >control.
> Yes, that is why I like akasha better, as that seems  just one step
> more vague but for  me uncountably more precise.
> =

> Only the control bit  then might still sound odd.
As I am deveoping on the video right now, the control is not direct, but
indirect, via how memories affect our sensing, and from sensing, we
control our voluntary mentation and locomotion.  Very difficult and yet
very simple when it's proven. =

> %%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%
> >> : Instead, they are taken in and
> >> : stored as stimulus-specific electromagnetic particles.
> Stored how?
>answered already in the other news response. =

> > When travelling photons are teken into electrons of
> >a metal,  an electric current arises carrying the photonic
> >electromagnetic particles inside them.  How else could they have becom=
e
> >so activated into flowing free electrons?   This also occurs in the
> >nervous system.   If photons can become stationary inclusions in the
> >electrons of photoelectricity, why can't they become the same in the
> >nervous system? =
> =

> - Could there be a context between this and what I asked about the
> peripheral (?)receptorstuff before?
>This takes a lot of work and is now being expanded on the video.  Sorry =
can't have all that in a few sentences.  =

> .......................................................................=
=2E......................................
> =


> >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
> - Can  photons go  through  myelin?????????????
> >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Just like =A2=F7=A2=F8=A2=E9=A2=F9=A2=FD=A2=ED plastic, when light is str=
ong enough, some should
get through. =

> - According to estimates when did myelin originate?
 =

> - When does it develop in a human embryo ?
>>in the spinal cord, during late fetal period and continued during first=
 postnatal yearr(KL Moore,The Developing Human, 1988, p373) =


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