If the heart consists of 60-65% brain, what are the implications for head-only cryonic suspension?
At 03:42 AM 7/11/99 -0700, "Theta 8008" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> >have found that 60 to 65% of the cells of the heart are actually neural
> >cells, not muscle cells as was previously believed. They are identical
> >to the neural cells in the brain, operating through the same connecting
> >links called ganglia, with the same axonal and dendritic connections that
> >take place in the brain, as well as through the very same kinds of
> >neurotransmitters found in the brain.
> >Quite literally, in other words, there is a "brain" in the heart, whose
> >ganglia are linked to every major organ in the body, to the entire
> >muscle spindle system that uniquely enables humans to express their
> >emotions. About half of the heart's neural cells are involved in
> >translating information sent to it from all over the body so that it can
> >keep the body
> >working as one harmonious whole. And the other half make up a very
> >large, unmediated neural connection with the emotional brain in our head
> So how similar are the imprints and (meta)programs taken by this
>heart-brain to the head-brain imprints and (meta)programs described by
>Lilly, Leary and Wilson? Is there a technology for working with these
>programs to be adapted from PROGRAMMING AND METAPROGRAMMONG THE HUMAN
>BIOCOMPUTER, INFO-PSYCHOLOGY AND PROMETHEUS RISING or would it be a
>diffferent approach altogether?
> >environment profoundly changes the genetic structuring within us, that
> >it is the biggest influence of all on our DNA. There are studies now that
> >show that our genes are not at all locked into unchanging programs as
> >thought, but in fact are profoundly affected by our environment,
> I would be interested to hear more about this research as we are
>revising our neo-Lamarckian MANIFESTO OF THE NEW EVOLUTION for release to
>Around the age of eleven or twelve the brain undergoes a
> >fine tuning and begins to decide what it can get rid of.
> Again, is there a technology for metaprogramming this?
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