A newly published research
paper (PDF format) by Dwayne W.
Godwin and other researchers, brings to light a new role of nitric
oxide in the brain as well a change in the basic role of the thalamus.
Previously, the thalamus was considered to be a gateway that allowed or
denied sensory information as a whole to the cortex. The new research
feedback loop between the senses and the cortext in which the thalamus
selects which sensory data is given priority or ignored. A Health
SciTech summary of the paper suggests that the nitric oxide combined
with the thalamus act something like a boot loader, providing a start-up
mechanism that enables complex brain operations to begin. A Slashdot
article stretches the analogy even further, calling the thalamus the
brain's kernel, prompting user comments on root kits, kernel naming
schemes, and dual-booting.
Thats the important articles above,the brain boots up just like a
computer every morning when you wake up,it does the same sort of
processes as a computer but disguised with all the complex organic
workings.It seems day by day in recent times greater information is
being discovered that proves humans are the definition of an advanced
robot,its a deep subject,sort of scary but incredible if you study it.
So simple though and makes us so much advancable with virtually no
limits for the human race.
With research on this paricular issue here does it not feel right
somehow?,ever worried about religious heaven or hell in the
afterlife?,ever wondered about what happens after we die?,ever wondered
what the humans true goal is?,well just think about a computer or a
robot,a load of electrical signals that are living in a body of an
organic machine and pick up a form of internet,heaven or hell theories
were primitive to make all wondering naive people then stick to the law
and make it all better in society,there could not scientifically
thinking be an afterlife,if we are an organic computer,almost certainly
when when we die there has to be nothing (we are an unique electrical
cpu).As far as the humans true goal in this world,to realise we are
just advanced machines and to make ourselves better and better and
robotically evolved,to a point where there are no limitations,thanks
for bringing this issue of how the brain wakes up literally like a
computer turns on Steve,you make me remember my early ideas and