thinking & light

yesum yesum at ix.netcom.com
Sat Feb 19 02:27:30 EST 2000

Do the physics of the thought-impulse(s) have any relationship(s) to light
(or the speed of light) ... or does this photon / consciousness thing
compare like apples and oranges? ... there is a connection with images and
light and regions of the brain which excite when seeing -- even just
thinking about an image excites the "seeing parts" -- yes? ... so how far
can we carry this relationship (if there is one) with "light" and "thinking"
(or "thoughts")?

I hope I'm not too naively exploring the possibilities of physics. Thanks in
advance ... pat

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