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Our Brains May Not Like Computers After All.


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New research indicates that the neural synapses in our brain have the ability to process thousands of pieces of information and many at the same time, contrary to what was previously thought and in more of a 'magnetic' spreading, interconnecting effect. Very similar to the way electric fields work in the rest of the universe.

 

For anyone that wants to beef up their brain... read on.

 

http://www.viewzone....ticbrain22.html

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Although, I still think that our brains are "computers" we just havent been able to scale our nano tech down to a level to replicate every function our brains monitor and perform. Im certain that the brain started out as a single and perhaps "biological" microprocessor, and as is the case currently with tech research and developments we increase our capacity for everything, and from a rigid technological point of view, its only a matter of scaling and networking to achieve a mega-processor-brain, and perhaps self awareness (sci-fi? not for this thread please :) )

 

Im not up to speed on the flavor of the week for microprocessor tech (amd,intel) but if we are only just now at a "quad-core" level, and Moore's Law applies, " Moore's Law is only 11 words long, but it's one of the most misunderstood statements in technology. The basic rule--which states that the number of transistors on a chip doubles every 24 months--has been the guiding principle of the high-tech industry since it was coined by Intel co-founder Gordon Moore in 1965."

 

 

Read more: http://news.cnet.com/Myths-of-Moores-Law/2010-1071_3-1014887.html#ixzz1EcJcYSG9

 

 

And with the new IPv6 technology and further network research keeping pace, the networking part seems to be falling in line with processor advancement

 

 

Its only a matter of time.........

 

T-1000 people, T-1000

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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