So it's cyclical.

Arthur T. Murray uj797 at victoria.tc.ca
Mon Nov 5 00:28:49 EST 2001


glenn <glenn at gen.auth.gr> wrote on Mon, 05 Nov 2001:

>> [...]
>> Yes, the brain-mind is cyclical.  Just see
>> http://mind.sourceforge.net/mindloop.html -- cycles not of Pi, but Psi.
>>
>> Friedrich Nietzsche (1844-1900) spoke of "die ewige Wiederkehr" --
>> the eternal re-occurrence.
>>
>> Economists speak of 50-year cycles, business cycles, ad infinitum.
>>
>> Mathematicians have the final say on cycles, which is,
>> that a cycle winding through time becomes a _spiral_.
>>
>
> What about the good old line?
What is the good old line?  The reference to a spiral is the
cycle of learning in a neuronal brain-mind, where a behavioral
loop of learning may add or delete component parts because the
ring is not closed, but is rather coiled in a spiral.
Say -- DNA works the some way for evolution, so
Dr. Wiggeshoff was right -- it's all cyclical.




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