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> The Theory of Neuro-Signal convergence and Inside-brain Distribution, For the advancement of Research
post Mar 08, 2017, 01:22 AM
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The human nervous systems converge on the human brain, which makes the human brain the routine center of the neuro-signaling system of the human and also the foundation of the human brain functioning.

Our brains donít handle the information separately, because when we see an objective we have first known, the reactions of our brains are usually firstly collect its information and then analysis it through a searching mechanism, which could be conducted by the contrasting experiment of brain neuro-radiation or megnetic tests. At the same time, we usually produce a feeling for the objective we access. Therefore, our signals from the surrounding environment might be changed into neuro-signals first and then the neuro-signals might converge on our brains.

The information we receive from the surrounding environment is processed by our brains to keep our brain functioning. Because when we get to know one thing, its details and our reactions to them usually will lead us into the further thinking in different aspects.

In a sum, this theory of mine covers two points. The first one is that the neuro-signals might converge on the brain before the brain to process them, and the last one is that the after the convergence, the brain process the signals in a distributed way.

In addition, the research of the neuro-signaling system will be worthy the supporting grant and it will extend our knowledge and understanding of the human brain functioning. However, it might not be suitable for the USA NSF funding usage.

Any opinion on this theory is welcomed. happy.gif
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