Intuitive thinking

David Longley David at
Fri Jun 27 07:13:09 EST 2003

In article <HbVKa.23830$3o3.1827747 at>,
KP_PC <k.p.collins at> writes
>You can't 'take that away' - it's the same-
>stuff as 'missing' a dear Freind after she
>leaves, and it permeates all aspects of
>nervous system function.
>'Take it away', and you're left with Junk.
>I don't care to discuss further.
>K. P. Collins
>"Schmitd! Schmitd! Ve vill build a Shapel!"
>"J Zijlstra" <jw53z at> wrote in message
>news:775ofvc9ne3vgs1pdcsg1r03ae3ci1hifr at
>| Hello,
>| If I got some collours to look at for some time then after a while
>| will see some collours differently from there actual collour..
>| If we take that away which parts of our brains will suffer from it
>| why?
>| J Zijlstra

That's rather unhelpful Ken.

Why don't you explain how TD E/I Minimization handles the oponent
process theory of colour vision?
David Longley

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