A Theory of Sleep

yan king yin (no spam please) y.k.y at lycos.com
Wed Aug 15 06:57:18 EST 2001

I am a reductionist, so I think consciousness should be explained in
and then molecular terms. As for quantum correlation, I think it is
arbitary, one can establish correlation in almost any organized system.
does not explain consciousness per se. Also, electrical signal can travel
around the brain in microseconds... giving the impression that the brain is
holographic, that doesnt require correlation.

I dont know much about entanglement, so no comment on it. Maybe there
will be some applications of it.

""Ron Blue"" <rcb5 at msn.com>:
> Correlational Opponent Processing suggests the necessity of some
> for destroying neuro connections to form holographic memory.  In
> it might be desirable to have a permanent entangled external artificial
> intelligence system with our internal neural system.  They would back
> other up and allow for the transfer of information over long periods of
> to clones.
> Ron Blue
> http://turn.to.ai
> http://home.talkcity.com/LaGrangeLn/ronaldblue/index.html
> Correlational Opponent Processing
> Phase-coupled oscillator models can predict hippocampal inhibitory
> connections
> Essentials of Learning in Conscious AI and Biological Systems
> Quantum Coherence Has Been Demonstrated In The Brain
> Topological quantum computation/error correction in microtubules
> Brain inspires new memories: Quantum memories should mimic ours
> Little Ricci's First Days: Robotic Developmental Psychology
> Strongly Coupled Quantum and Classical Systems and Zeno's Effect
> Decoherence Produces Coherent States: An Explicit Proof for Harmonic
> Pictures of JCIS 2000 and Corey (Ricci's little sister)
> JCIS 2000 conference and observations of Corey?s Behavior
> Comparison between Karl Pribram's "Holographic Brain Theory"
> and more conventional models of neuronal computation
> R. Spencer, Bipolar Spectral Associative Memories
> Jack Sarfatti, Beyond Bohm/Vigier Quantum Mechanics
> Sources of Meaning
> Stabilization of Quantum Computations by Symmetrization
> Time-Adaptive Algorithms for Synchronization
> Non-Local Communication with Classical Confirmation
> A Quantum to Classical Phase Transition in Noisy Quantum Computers
> A Gentle Introduction to Wavelets
> Interference
> Eigenvalue Equations
> Three dimensional Simulation by Empirical Orthogonal Functions
> Mismatch Signals and the Construction of Internal Representations
> Oscillons
> Oscillon movie at Umbanhowar's Web site
> Self Organizing Map
> Cellular automa
> Biobotics
> Wavelet Decomposition/Reconstruction of Images Via Direct Products
> Learning in Non-superpositional Quantum Neurocomputers
> Pauli Cloning Machines and N -dimensional Extensions
> Quantum Bouncing Ball
> Quantum Information
> Bulk Spin Resonance Quantum Computation
> Penning traps and non-neutral plasmas
> Consciousness and Oscillators
> The Apparatus: An rf (Paul) Trap
> The Tao of Interaction-Free Measurements
> Visual Quantum Mechanics
> Quantum Consciousness
> Quantum Computing
> Introduction to Special Section on Quantum Computation
> Quantum Complexity Theory
> Exact solution of a partially asymmetric exclusion model
> using a deformed oscillator algebra
> Instantons and Chiral Anomaly in Fuzzy Physics
> Reasoning about Minimal Belief and Negation as Failure
> Lazy Evaluation of Symmetric Bayesian Decision Problems
> Video Feedback Systemic Memory
> Spiral Illusion
> American Flag Illusion
> Subjective Contours
> Howard's Color Contrast
> Hermann Grid Illusion
> Concave Face Illusion
> Pain as an Opponent Process
> Symmetry music and pain reduction
> Zwaadermaker Conjugates
> Connections: More Illusions
> Connections: Historical
> Connections: Personal
> Connections: Medias and Enticy

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