Category Archives: Neurology

Human Education… (The start of something… possibly a book.)

I’ve always been confused, bewildered, and fascinated by human evolution from a very early age, but more so now. Principally my questions relate around how the human species developed. For example, the body and the brain. Which came first? Now, … Continue reading

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Anyone For Ice Cream?

It is understood that paths are setup in the brain as we develop. So there is a quick route jump the queue system via pathways. During development certain things will be called out for by the brain. The calling could … Continue reading

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Why is developing AI dangerous? Why we should give up on it? And why we won’t?

Why is developing advanced artificial intelligence so dangerous? Let’s just jump straight in and get to the point here. In order to develop something, create it, you have to understand it, what you are designing, the end result, and what … Continue reading

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See Psychology, Psychiatry, & Neurology

If you always look at something in the same way….. You’ll always only ever see the same thing and have the same view.   What could you be missing?

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A & B Brain Fact or Fiction?

Attached is my drawing that shows how I ‘think’ our brains actually work. Other important actions to note are:- All chemicals are released in the brain from TDC which is Top Dead Centre. Why? Well because we spend most of … Continue reading

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Sowing The Seeds

We often hear about planting seeds and sowing ideas in our minds but I have one rather odd question to pose to you. What exactly are seeds? Well, it is obvious isn’t it? They consist of an outer shell to … Continue reading

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The Paper Cut Principle

How many times a day do you hurt yourself un-intentionally? I don’t mean really cause yourself pain, you know like losing a leg, but stub your toe or trap your finger, or cut your finger, or bang your head or … Continue reading

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