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100 Billion Neurons

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Posted by Alan on November 19, 2002 01:16:52 UTC

Rare post as it's too expensive to be here:

I heard that: human brain has 100 billion neurons.

And that the number of permutations and combinations of those neurons exceeds the number of elementary particles in the universe. The human brain is apparently the most complex physical structure ever detected.

The external world appears to be a subset of one's internal world (as Harv says).

Dr. Stafford appears to have found that the laws governing logically consistent mutual-ground structures that two interacting "internal worlds" can share, are the laws of physics.

We exist in consciousness, freedom, and the law of non-contradiction.

Something like that.

See Ya,

dolphin

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