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brain radio emission and neural networks

Berend Rah rah at alf1.ngate.uni-regensburg.de
Fri Jul 14 04:11:45 EST 1995

As I have pointed out earlier (in a direct email to the one having posted that 
question) it is very likely that the brain emits a broad spectrum of 
frequencies wether it is telepathic or not. (There is no doubt that is 
does produce EM-waves as any electrical current does)

There  might be a mechanism synchronizing all these frequencies which should 
be explainable by certain capabilities of neural networks. So far not much 
attention has been paid by the newsgroup to the signal/noise-ratio. To 
efficiently work as a transmitter the information has to  be coded in a highly 
efficient/redundant way. Neural networks should have such capabilities in my 
opinion. This is of course a hypothesis of mine and I would be happy if others 
with a sound understanding of the physics of EM-waves and neural networks 
could respond.

Regards, Berend  

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