Capacity of the brain
KPaulC at email.msn.com
Sun Sep 5 04:18:46 EST 1999
"Ron Blue" <rcb5 at MSN.COM> wrote in message
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> ----- Original Message -----
> From: bj flanagan <Wordsmyth at Rocketmail.com>
> To: <neur-sci at net.bio.net>
> Sent: Thursday, September 02, 1999 8:49 AM
> Subject: Re: Capacity of the brain
> > "Ron Blue" wrote:
> > > > bj: Thanks for your thoughtful reply; however, I'm not sure I
> > > > your concerns. In order for one neuron to excite another, a current
> > > > pass between them, yes? And that current will have a wave form?
> > >
> > > Current -- no. Wave form, yes.
> > bj: What passes between the neurons which has the form of a wave?
> Neurotransmitters, not electrons.
superficially, but in actuality, it's neither.
what flows is Geometrically-configured energy... that's what 'molecules'
the Geometry inherent is exquisitely engineered to impose energy-flow
consequences at target loci, which are also 'just' Geometrically-configured
and so, the 'just'-energy flows, overall, empowering everything, including
cognition, affect, 'consciousness, behavior, 'intelligence', &c. all in
rigorous accord with wdb2t.
...and, sadly, to date, but not much longer, the work of the 'Beast', 'two'.
K. P. Collins
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