Brain Chip: Biological Kohonen Theory

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Brain Chip: Biological Kohonen’s Chip

The human brain contains more than one hundred billion neurons and 1014 synapses. Even without regard to the size of the genome, it can be easily concluded that a deterministic blueprint for connectivity of such an enormous number of networks is unrealistic. Therefore, as in the case of structure formation, self-organizing processes must play a significant role in developing functional connectivity of neurons. Among the many algorithms in neural net models, the concept generally referred to as Kohonen’s self-organizing map, provides the most plausible self-organization processes for creating associative memories, the

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Vortex Wave

Figure 16: Brain Chip as biological Kohonen’s
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He concluded that the only property common to all anesthetic agents, including Xenon, was their effect on water crystallization (8). The hydrate-microcrystal (aqueous-phase) theory did not receive significant attention. Nevertheless, as Pauling himself stated (9), “the hydrate-microcrystal idea should be an important part of the accepted theory of general anesthesia when the theory is finally formulated.” One of the main reasons why the hydrate-microcrystal theory did not receive nod of approval from scientific society was because Pauling incorrectly implied the effect of water condensation on neuronal membrane potentials. Had Pauling known the Vortex Model and brain chip theory, he would immediately have realized that water condensation within CEO and ELDER to be the critical …show more content…
Such an alteration in kinetic viscosity produces alteration in the kinetics of the steady flow and, hence, ELDER activities. Pauling’s microcrystal theory also provides an answer to the long unsolved mystery in anesthesia: Why anesthetic effect is enhanced when the subject is placed in an environment of lower atmospheric pressure. Pauling had shown that hydrate microcrystal formation due to admixture with anesthetic agents, including alcohol, is dependent on atmospheric pressure. At lower atmospheric pressure, the identical concentration of an anesthetic agent results in more ready microcrystal

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