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PostSubject: How the Brain Models   Sat 01 Oct 2011, 4:02 pm




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I now present to you... - Mr. and Mrs. Richard ''Buck'' Filipowski.

The brain, when it fires its thoughts is likened unto the landscape of a thundercloud. And the synaptic cleft is the sky between - the storm and the earth - the earth receptor site. And you see this foreboding dark cloud boiling in the sky and you see electrical impulses moving through it veins of electric light and then you see it hit the ground. The brain looks like a thunderstorm when it is presenting a coherent thought. So no one has ever seen the thought. What they do see in neurophysics is that they see a storm raging around different quadrants of the brain. Those are areas that are mapped in the body and what a person must be responding to a holographic image, rage, murder, hate, compassion, love.

The brain does not know the difference between what it sees in its environment and what it remembers because the same specific neural nets are then firing. The brain is made up of tiny nerve cells called ''neurons''. These neurons have tiny branches that reach out and connect to other neurons to form a neural net. Each place where they connect is incubated into a thought or a memory. Now, the brain builds up all its concepts by the law of associative memory. For example, ideas, thoughts and feelings are all constructed and interconnected in this neural net and all have a possible relationship with one another. The concept and the feeling of love, for instance is stored in this vast neural net.

But we build the concept of love from many other different ideas. Some people have love connected to disappointment. When they think about love, they experience the memory of pain, sorrow, anger and even rage. Rage may be linked to hurt, which may be linked to a person which then is connected back to love.

We build up models of how we see the world outside of us. And the more information that we have, the more we refine our model one way or another. And what we ultimately do is tell ourselves a story about what the outside world is. Any information that we process, any information that we take in from the environment is always coloured by the experiences that we've had and an emotional response that we're having to what we're bringing in.

Who is in the driver's seat when we control our emotions or we respond to our emotions? We know physiologically that nerve cells that fire together wire together. If you practice something over and over again, those nerve cells have a long-term relationship. If you get angry on a daily basis, if you get frustrated on a daily basis, if you suffer on a daily basis, if you give reason for the victimisation in your life, you're rewiring and re-integrating that neural net on a daily basis and that neural net now has a long-term relationship with all those other nerve cells called an ''identity''. We also know that nerve cells that don't fire together no longer wire together. They lose their long-term relationship because every time we interrupt the thought process that produces a chemical response in the body every time we interrupt it, those nerve cells that are connected to each other start breaking the long-term relationship. When we start interrupting and observing not by stimulus and response and that automatic reaction but by observing the effects it takes then we are no longer the body-mind conscious emotional person that's responding to its environment as if it is automatic.

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PostSubject: Re: How the Brain Models   Sat 01 Oct 2011, 4:13 pm

And here is why it is so critically important to control our entire reality.... because the model by which our brains understand the world is based upon the neural networks in our brain, and those are created through our experiences. Hence, our experiences MUST be controlled. Voila, we get full spectrum simulacra, from birth to death.

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We build up models of how we see the world outside of us. And the more information that we have, the more we refine our model one way or another. And what we ultimately do is tell ourselves a story about what the outside world is. Any information that we process, any information that we take in from the environment is always coloured by the experiences that we've had and an emotional response that we're having to what we're bringing in.

Who is in the driver's seat when we control our emotions or we respond to our emotions?.

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PostSubject: Re: How the Brain Models   Sun 02 Oct 2011, 11:34 am

Great post! More commentary to follow; there's a lot here to digest.

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PostSubject: Re: How the Brain Models   Mon 03 Oct 2011, 8:58 pm



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The brain, when it fires its thoughts is likened unto the landscape of a thundercloud. And the synaptic cleft is the sky between - the storm and the earth - the earth receptor site. And you see this foreboding dark cloud boiling in the sky and you see electrical impulses moving through it veins of electric light and then you see it hit the ground. The brain looks like a thunderstorm when it is presenting a coherent thought. So no one has ever seen the thought. What they do see in neurophysics is that they see a storm raging around different quadrants of the brain. Those are areas that are mapped in the body and what a person must be responding to a holographic image, rage, murder, hate, compassion, love.

"A foreboding dark cloud," huh? And, a thunderstorm...sure, (making it as unnatural/eerie an act as they can. ) That is because these a**holes are looking through the wrong end of the telescope and snooping on events in a very personal and foreign -and off limits- landscape. How the hell do they expect this private landscape to look, from such an outside vantage point? Yet they WILL make it sound like a painful & terrible experience is being viewed (but they are Wrong.) Thinking, the activity they are snooping on, is nothing like what they imagine they will be able to "perceive & dissect" and endlessly measure in *absurd reductionism* down to infinity. I'm really beginning to suspect these brilliant scientists are immensely stupid. But probably not; probably they are just viciously anti-reason and anti-man's independent faculty for same.

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The brain does not know the difference between what it sees in its environment and what it remembers because the same specific neural nets are then firing.

My brain does. Why do they make such erroneous bald statements? Because no one will think carefully enough to dispute them and their "expertise?" Because they want to undermine our right to be confident of our conclusions?

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The brain is made up of tiny nerve cells called ''neurons''. These neurons have tiny branches that reach out and connect to other neurons to form a neural net. Each place where they connect is incubated into a thought or a memory. Now, the brain builds up all its concepts by the law of associative memory. For example, ideas, thoughts and feelings are all constructed and interconnected in this neural net and all have a possible relationship with one another. The concept and the feeling of love, for instance is stored in this vast neural net.

But we build the concept of love from many other different ideas. Some people have love connected to disappointment. When they think about love, they experience the memory of pain, sorrow, anger and even rage. Rage may be linked to hurt, which may be linked to a person which then is connected back to love,

Uh huh. A description of mental processes, but why are they bothering to spell out obvious truths?

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We build up models of how we see the world outside of us. And the more information that we have, the more we refine our model one way or another. And what we ultimately do is tell ourselves a story about what the outside world is. Any information that we process, any information that we take in from the environment is always coloured by the experiences that we've had and an emotional response that we're having to what we're bringing in.

Yes, true. This could also be expressed as "we gather information about the world around us, organize it, adjust it when more information is gathered, then put it together in a way that forms an integrated picture: or that explains how it all fits together." But I object to we "tell ourselves a story" if that's meant to imply Any kind of fictionalizing...it doesn't. The story we tell ourselves is about our answer to: What is this (world, thing,) and does it fit in to the picture I have of my environment (reality).

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Who is in the driver's seat when we control our emotions or we respond to our emotions?

For me, my power of reason. I can't *control* what I feel but I can control whether or not my emotions will or will not "run the show." (Not at all an easy thing, at times, for sure.)

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We know physiologically that nerve cells that fire together wire together. If you practice something over and over again, those nerve cells have a long-term relationship. If you get angry on a daily basis, if you get frustrated on a daily basis, if you suffer on a daily basis, if you give reason for the victimisation in your life, you're rewiring and re-integrating that neural net on a daily basis and that neural net now has a long-term relationship with all those other nerve cells called an ''identity''. We also know that nerve cells that don't fire together no longer wire together. They lose their long-term relationship because every time we interrupt the thought process that produces a chemical response in the body every time we interrupt it, those nerve cells that are connected to each other start breaking the long-term relationship. When we start interrupting and observing not by stimulus and response and that automatic reaction but by observing the effects it takes then we are no longer the body-mind conscious emotional person that's responding to its environment as if it is automatic.
I kinda prefer to think of this as: Maintain as heightened awareness as possible of your inner mental state. Stay alert, (so that you never are in the position of being brainwashed by the NWO cretins (!) As for the implication above that 'habits' can be undesirable or dangerous, one must stay alert in general, and that of course includes habits, for sure. But That is totally obvious, no?

Have I covered all the ground that's been raised here-- I'm not sure, as I'm not sure what the point of this essay was. But my general impression is that it was intended in an indirect-insinuating way to make thought and reasoning, threatening. That has always been their motive and modus operandi when on this oh-so-important subject.

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