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Mass of Thought
post May 24, 2015, 09:47 PM
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What is the physical weight of 1 thought or how could this value be approximated?

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[1]a neuron weighs: 0,00000001g
number of neurons per brain: 100 000 000 000
weight of a brain: 1500g


[*] It can NOT be ruled out, that a thought could NOT be related to a specfic physical weight.


Neurons evidently do have a weight, and this weight can be measured or at least be approached [1].

Who would claim that a thought can not be defined in terms of neurons?

So why is it so hard to get a physical weight for a thought or at least a resting approximation for this relation?


A thought can be defined in terms of a specfic physical weight.


Backup this claim to get the noble prize!

Leave out the phenomenal explanation.

I bet you will be ruled out and you will end here at best [*].

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post Mar 21, 2016, 03:45 AM
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It's suggestive, but why not choose the DNA average weight as the standard? May be it's more applicable. In addtion, we could use the neuro-between transmission energy for the unit of the manufacturing of AI parts.
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