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Sun Apr 10 21:52:51 EST 2005


According R. Tim Coslet (1995) when viewing a hologram with a different
laser frequency than the one used to take the picture the image produced
results in a change in size proportional to the change in wavelength between
the two light sources.  Neural quasi-holograms should produce variation and
deviations from the original memory in a Gaussian distribution.  This would
result from the recovery of memories with different oscillating neural
frequencies.










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