Category Archives: Neuroscience
… Learnings from The “On How The Brain Functions” Experiment.
You, the web wanderer, are perhaps aware that a bit over one year ago I posted my research paper about theory of how the brain functions. I also built a blog around it so that you, the brain researcher, can comment it with witty references to tin-foil hats. 😉
The current gain is zero remarks to tin-foil hats.
Seriously, though, I still stand behind the theory and see several strenghts in it. The question is: why I’m not building a working prototype as it only takes a few diodes, capacitors and coils to make it. Maybe it’s because I do not want to disturb the local neighbourhood with electromagnetic noise.
And: I’d like to thank Joni Tuoreniemi and Paul Tudsbury for commenting it and creating conversation. Thank you!
As an experiment I decided to open a dedicated blog for gathering feedback and comments for “On How The Brain Functions” article. So, take a deep breath and jump to here.
I wish You a Marvellous New Year 2007!
I hereby publish my scientific paper: “On How The Brain Functions”.
The paper presents my view and theory on how the brain functions, intelligence and learning. It provides a possible and comprehensive solution taking several different disciplines into account. In my view, the science community will benefit from the article. It will inspire, challenge and fuel conversation.
“To raise new questions, new possibilities, to regard old problems from a new angle requires creative imagination and marks real advances in science.”
You can get the article in PDF format here.