Is thinking more like a thunderstorm or like a calculation?

Randy J. Solo rsolo at uswest.net
Sat Mar 27 23:33:32 EST 1999


Thinking...VERBAL thought, no doubt. Very NOISY. Lot's of nonsense.  There
are MASSIVE areas of your brain dedicated to language. Very specialized.

An epileptic seizure, IS probably like a thunder storm...however.

I don't know. I think the question is largely unanswered. The cognitive
processes are "known"...or at least described. But cognitive science avoids
the tricky question of the underlying physics of thought. Cognitive
psychology....for that matter. Scripts, mental priming, hallucination
perception, but they stay away from where Freud went. (and was wrong by the
way...although a brilliant! scientist)

Cijadrachon wrote in message <36f7cfe2.15112394 at news.zedat.fu-berlin.de>...
>(...SKIP...)
>
>It does not seem like a thunderstorm to me, and I can option to run
>calculations (usually for such I'd like the front in a stage to
>cooperate well), but I do not have to calculate all the time.
>
>Verbal stuff is sort of new outish leftie stuff if you get what I
>mean, while the old magic communication might be more suited for I-I
>areas energies links, to understand thinking better.
>If your culture is a bit similar to here, such stuff is more to do
>with magic branches than with sense censored branches.
>
>Usually the sense censored do not practice telepathy and do not link
>minds and like to do "axon communicating" in the brain a lot, and that
>is why they do not tend to understand much about magic communication
>and thinking.
>
>I doubt that you will get much of an anwer here.
>
>And practicers of magic are often not much into explaining such with
>words, so if you are not having enough sector perception to understand
>what the loads of energies they might be sending are doing in your
>systems you might still not understand much about it, even if you
>should get some to run transfers to your brain about that.
>
>Tricky.  ;-)
>
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>cui_siling at my-dejanews.com wrote:
>
>>You are referring to human values. Almost all our values can not be
>>programmed. If you try, you are going to fall into a logic trap in the
end,
>>i.e. "to make a program to choose other programs without being made up of
>>them."
>>Values are related to the entropy of a system in biological level.
>
>Long version?
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