Re: understanding neuroscience

Bryan Moss (
Thu, 2 Sep 1999 11:34:29 +0100

Clint O'Dell wrote:

> What you learn, experience, taught is all part of memory. Even your
> movements. Everything is learned and if learning is involvoved then
> memory MUST be involved as well.

You seem to be proposing we're either a big look-up table or one giant neural net. Both seem unlikely.

> Simply locating memory to change your thoughts is not what anyone said.
> Or maybe I missed that post. What you have to do is make a conscious
> connection with the memories. Find something in common and physicaly act
> to associate the memories using the connectable concepts you find between
> the memories. Remember sound, sight, touch, taste, movement, and thoughts
> all are controlled by memory.

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