HOLOGRAPHIC BRAIN

UNSCRAMBLING THE BRAIN
THE INTEGRATION OF CEREBRAL FUNCTION
AND THE RECONSTRUCTION OF INFORMATION
IN TOPOGRAPHIC FORM

P. T. CHOPPING, MD
October 2000

INTRODUCTION

This is about a theory of how the brain works, derived from physiology and the known laws of physics and chemistry. Amongst other things, it deals with the possible relationship between the mind and quantum theory and electromagnetic fields.

It also gives a summary of the philosophical side of the theory of relativity in order to determine its relevance to the problem. There is also a section which speculates on further ideas for either testing the theories presented or for carrying them further.

A solution is offered to several problems concerning the integration of cerebral function. This is based upon a comparison with other systems where information is stored in a distributed way:

  1. Individual neurons in the brain make thousands of connections, inevitably scrambling all of the information. The article deals with this problem by examining other systems where information is scrambled and later recovered, by applying those methods to the brain.
  2. The "Binding" problem - In the visual system information about various attributes such as Form, Color and Movement are brought to several separate locations in the brain. How are these brought together and how is all of this integrated with other sensory phenomena?
  3. What is the nature of the conscious mind?

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