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kpaulc at earthlink.net
Fri Jan 14 17:43:52 EST 2000
went to the theatre without checking the movie schedule, _Anna..._
wasn't showing 'til later, so i've got some 'time'.
anyway, =iff= Native Americans Condone such, i'll be happy to show
(in-person) Researchers, who might be interested in doing the 'mapping',
how it can be achieved.
at this stage of such 'mapping', the work will be Arduous, so it would
probably be best if a small group of Neuroscience Grad Students,
well-versed in histological 'highlighting', were to do it.
there are a couple of significant benefits that would come to these
1. they'd Establish the Field of neuro-Archeology (post-mortem
neuro-Anthropology & neuro-Forensics) as a practical Science.
2. they'd learn NDT real-good.
perhaps, =pending= decisions by Native Americans, folks at UCSF would be
K. P. Collins
kenneth Collins wrote:
> BTW, in long-former posts, i've discussed everything that's necessary
> for doing this 'Historical mapping'.
> within the brains of battered and ab-used people, there will be evidence
> of their neural dynamics having 'traveled' into the 'zone of randomness'
> (AoK, Ap4).
> such 'mapping' is well within the range of existing technique.
> it will occur in a way that's analogous to nutrient-determined 'growth
> rings' in trees, but will have a complex topological distribution (and
> the findings that've been reported with respect to the 'accelerated
> aging' of "Dolly", the cloned sheep, leads me to 'speculate' that the
> Historical 'mapping' will, eventually, be extended right down into the
> if the fine structure of "Ishy's" brain is, in fact, preserved, it will,
> in fact, be as i've discussed.
> it's possible be-cause nervous system fx does, in fact, reduce to
> activation-dependent TD E/I-minimization.
> that the Historical 'mapping' technique is not =already= a standard
> practice is =not= my doing.
> K. P. Collins
> kenneth Collins wrote:
> > to my Native American Brothers and Sisters:
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