Re: sci:Understanding Neuroscience: (O'Dell & Bradbury Revised)

Gabriele Betti (
Mon, 06 Sep 1999 17:20:20 +0200

I'd like to know if there is a connection between temperature, brain, tumors(?).
Could it be possible to make a connection between these factors and social behaviour?

At 13.37 03/09/99 -0600, you wrote:
>Robert Bradbury wrote:
>>It would seem to require an isolated part of the mind that can produce
>>random interrupts.
>I wrote:
>>You're right it would
>I take that back! I had only 2 hours sleep that night and wasn't thinking
>as straight as I should have been when replying to your post.
>It would not require interrupts. Especially an "isolated" one. I don't
>know where the Hell you came up with that conclusion.
>All that is required is a near continuous input to produce these constant
>thoughts. One thought leads to another, leads to another, leads to another,
>etc... The body's sensory inputs are one of these types of input. Also
>thoughts act as feedback. No that is not perpetual. The energy is coming
>from the chemical reactions in the body.
>Me goal here when I say this is not to offend you but to point out an
>observation. I'm starting to doubt your understanding of neuroscience.
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