monkeys learn to use brain-machine interface
k.p.collins at worldnet.att.net
Sun Oct 19 20:41:38 EST 2003
Sorry - got to fix some typos.
"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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| | "BilZ0r" <BilZ0r at TAKETHISOUThotmail.com> wrote in message
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| | | [...]
| | [...]
| | The =specific= thing that I discussed
| | in the post to which you've replied [and
| | which is not included in what you've
| | quoted below] is that the implant
| | remains non-globally-integrated with
| | respect to globally-integrated TD E/I-
| | minimization dynamics that are innate
| | within 'normal' nervous systems.
| | This means that the implant's circuitry
| | will constitute a non-TD E/I-minimizable
| | 'dynamic' to the rest of the nervous
| | system, and the nervous system's inform-
| | ation-processing dynamics will, therefore,
| | be 'attracted' to TD E/I-minimizing these
| | non-TD E/I-minimizable dynamics - which
| | is why the implant will Dictate to the nervous
| | system in a way that transforms it into some-
| | thing other than a [Human ]Nervous System - which
| | is the wellspring of the information-proces-
| | sing deficits that the implant will introduce,
| | and which I wrote about in my prior post.
| | [...]
| Drugs do an analogous thing with respect
| to globally-integrated TD E/I-minimization.
| Their functionalities induce non-globally-
| TD E/I-minimizable conditions upon nervous
| system function and the nervous system's inform-
| ation-processing dynamics will, therefore,
| be 'attracted' to TD E/I-minimizing these
| non-TD E/I-minimizable dynamics - which
| is why the [Drugs] will Dictate to the nervous <<<<
| system in a way that transforms it into some-
| thing other than a Human Nervous System -
| which is the wellspring of the information-
| processing deficits that the [drugs] will <<<<
| introduce, and which I wrote about in my
| prior post.
| The instantiation of such non-TD E/I-mini-
| mizable conditions is what underpins the
| dynamics of "addiction", the Dictatorial
| nature of which is easily observed in the
| drug-seeking behavioral manifestations of
| folks who ab-use drugs.
| Because the drugs establish non-TD E/I-
| minimizable conditions, as an 'addicted'
| nervous system 'strives' to achieve TD E/I-mini-
| mization, the 'answer' that's converged upon
| always comes up, 'get the drug'.
| The drug ab-use has transformed the 'ad-
| icted nervous system into a non-Human
| nervous system that cares relatively-little
| about the generalized information proces-
| sing capabilities that are innate within non-
| drug-addicted nervous systems.
| [The analogous thing can also become
| established within nervous systems via
| extreme experiential conditions - as when
| an individual's Life is given over to the
| pursuit of a 'vendetta' - or the pursuit of
| 'redress' via, say, a suicidal act of terrorism.]
| | | "KP_PC" <k.p.collins at worldnet.att.net> wrote in
| | | $0v4.13511734 at bgtnsc04-news.ops.worldnet.att.net:
| | |
| | | > Prior to the implant procedures, these
| | | > neurons were doing something else.
| | | >
| | | > The implant has, literally, taken over
| | | > control of the monkey's nervous system.
| So, 'two', with drug ab-use and extreme
| experiential conditions.
| The rest is 'to the wind'.
| But, hey, don't allow the underpinning Truth
| to be communicated to folks - just let them
| stumble into suffering, death, killing, etc. - eh?
| Even when it's your own Children who are
| Ravaged by the absence-of-understanding
| that 'you' allow to exist?
| Even when all of Humanity is virtually dictated-
| to by the instantiation of such non-TD E/I-mini-
| mizable nervous system dynamics?
| It's 'hilarious' - folks who can make a difference
| with respect to this stuff are, themselves Dictated-
| to by their 'familiar' trappings [in the literal sense]
| of 'power'.
| Pondering all of this, one is reminded of Jesus's
| discussion with His Apostles, "How difficult it is
| for a rich man to enter the kingdom of heaven."
| 'rich' in 'power'.
| Impoverished in actuality.
| Unable to think a thought on behalf of those who
| k. p. collins
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