In bionet.neuroscience KP-PC <k.p.collins at worldnet.att.net%remove%> wrote:
> |The brain could theoretically work with
> | almost no entropy change.
> Not True.
Well, that would depend on what is meant by "almost". After all, as you form
new memories, no change is observed in the brain's structures etc. Looking
at the organism as a whole, you see that new memories/abilities are being
formed, but looking at the single neuron level, you don't know what changes
occur (and don't tell me that LTP is a model for memory).
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