A Theory of Sleep

Ron Blue rcb5 at msn.com
Mon Aug 13 14:33:45 EST 2001

> > The HTML version with a few figures is at:
> > http://www.angelfire.com/myband/sevenless/Sleep.htm
> Hello Yin,
> This was a well-thought theory.
> But my question is - how will this theory affect the interfacing between
> neurons and electronics if the neurons are producing/destroying synaptic
> connectiosn via the dendrites and axons ?
> Just curious - it could scrap the idea about interfacing with the CNS, but
> it might not pose a problem if the goal is the external neural system,
> the eyes(vision) or ears(audio).
> Sincerely,
> Brian

Correlational Opponent Processing suggests the necessity of some mechanism
for destroying neuro connections to form holographic memory.  In principle
it might be desirable to have a permanent entangled external artificial
intelligence system with our internal neural system.  They would back each
other up and allow for the transfer of information over long periods of time
to clones.

Ron Blue
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