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post Oct 19, 2017, 02:19 AM
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The Subtheory of Human Memory To Intelligence Function

Forward: [Following one of my previous research on the transmission of the neuro-signaling subsystem, namely the distribution of the neuro-signaling subsystem including the routine path, the information we have received such as touching of objects and opinions might be changed firstly into chemical fluid matters inside our bodies and then almost at the same time in the way of neuro-signals to be sent to our brain taking the path to the brain center zone as necessary, which might be a process of different types.

In addition, the cognition and dealing of the neuro-signaling will involve the form changing of the neuro-signaling. ]

The ways our brains that compass and store our didtributed memories might effect or effect our intelligence functioning and also the ways of thinking, such as the delivery of the clues for the retrieval of the human memories.

It's not for award grants, but for the researches and also for the purpose of hoping that it could let my mother will be pride of me.

This may not make impacts on my life quality, but it may help to advance the present science and technologies, and might let the future generations know what a human being could be capable of with proper thinking, having no matter with degrees or certificates.

Any opinion is welcomed.
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