On The Engram

kenneth collins kenneth.p.collins at worldnet.att.net
Sat Jan 15 00:27:21 EST 2005


"kenneth collins" <kenneth.p.collins at worldnet.att.net> wrote in message 
news:RR_Fd.19316$w62.19055 at bgtnsc05-news.ops.worldnet.att.net...
> [...]

> If the hypothesis is correct, it'll open
> the door to a whole new approach
> to all facets of molecular dynamics,
> and, of course, the thing to do =first=
> will be to thoroughly analyze the depths
> of all that's correlated to the hypothe-
> sized 3-D-Geometry "correlations".
> [...]

For instance, it's in the hypothesis that
the endoplasmic reticulum exhibits(?)
a molecularly-graded constitution that
should be readable.

Do folks see why this is necessary?

The endoplasmic reticulum is "folded".

In the hypothesis, this "folded-ness" is
what is established by, and what, in turn,
facilitates the tuning of, "the genome",
as neural activation is experienced, the
net result being the maintenance of neur-
on's Topologies, probably including
deep "memory"-configuration shifts.

The essence of it is that it's the Geom-
etry of the endoplasmic reticulum that
Topologically-"grades" ["marks" with
respect to topological-"gradient" [with
respect to topological-locus]] protein
and other constituent synthesis. So this
intra-endoplasmic-reticulum "gradient"
should be observable in-experiment.
It's probably extremely-subtle -- like
a macromolecular "charge" gradient.

This sort of "marking" functionality is
an absolute necessity with respect to
neuronal Topology, and the actions
that the hypothesis attributes to the
=interaction= of the endoplasmic re-
ticulum with "the genome" seems per-
fectly situated to carry it out.

[Remember, "the genome" cannot do
it by itself because the deep necessity
is the coupling of "the genome" with
neuronal activation experience [which,
with respect to the set of all neurons,
is what tunes nervous system function
to the net experience that an organism
undergoes].

So the hypothesis will be Verified, in
some general form. But it will also be
greatly-refined while the hypothesis is
being investigated..

k. p. collins 





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