"KP_PC" <k.p.collins at worldnet.att.net> wrote in message
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> | "KP_PC" <k.p.collins at worldnet.att.net> wrote in message
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>> | > An over-abundance of neurons would only
> | > 'get in the way' of convergence within the
> | > global network.
> | Nah! Not at all!!
>> What I posted, quoted above, stands Proven.
>> It's simple.
>> Given that x neurons are required to embody
> this or that 'thought' within the neural Topology,
Not necessarily so; your focus on the neuron as the inf-proc element
demonstrates a narrow nderstanding of what is happeneing in brain at several
levels of description.
>> a nervous system that has x neurons, will
> converge more-rapidly, in a less-energy-con-
> suming way, then will a nervous system having
> x + n neurons.
Depends on what the other neurons are doing.
>> The inherent energy consumption is a measure
> of information-processing efficiency.
No it isn't.
>> So, by imposing greater-than-necessary energy
> consumption upon a nervous system's informa-
> tion processing, an over-abundance of neurons
> would only 'get in the way' of convergence within
> the global network.
>> Q. E. D.
Unfortunately, both your premeses and reasoning are faulty and do not take
into account several levels of processes within brain.
Also, BTW, every schoolboy knows that sceince proves nothing (Bateson).
>> It's rather analogous to what happens in 'normal'
> Research environments :-]
>> Why stuff that really Needs to be Done so rarely
> actually is Done within 'normal' Research environ-
> ments - over-abundance of folks, consuming all
> the available energy relatively-wastefully.
>> 'Normal' Research environments actually coerse
> such greater-than-necessary energy consumption.
>> So, it not only stands Proven, it Matters greatly.
>> k. p. collins