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> The Theory of the Layered Neuro-signaling System of Brain Functioning, For Research on the Brain Functioning
haohao
post Apr 06, 2017, 01:37 AM
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According to my theories published as posters in this forum before, neuro-signaling is vital to our brain functioning. The converge and distribution of the neuro-signaling subsystem is important to the working ways of the human brain functioning.

The theory of the layered neuro-signaling system of brain functioning is simple. The neuro-signaling subsystem of the human intelligent system contains subcenters, element centers and the center-level controlling unit. The subcenter is the local center for the neuro-signals from the interactions with the surrounding environment in locally-surrounding neruo-signaling area, mainly for the local information processing to be sent to the functional element centers, because we often have a numb feeling when one part of our body get much stress ignored by ourselves and then we begin to feel the following stabbing pains and swelling. The element center might be directly connected to our brain, because in the same situations, we might firstly feel the feeling of the swelling of that part. The center-level controlling unit is for the neuro-signaling converge inside the human brain and the related contrasting process, and it might be the part by which we make out our judgments.

In addition, the layer differences of the neuro-signaling system also could be seen between human and other animals, which might be the origin of the core of human intelligence, namely the mind polygonal contrasting as the foundation of the brain functioning, which is slightly different from the core of the human recognition. One oblivious example is seen from one daily watch that one animal might either kept still and payed attention to the movements of the persons or run away when it sees a person coming to it. In this process, it might more consider from its last memory of some human closing to it than the distance between.

I have seen researching institutes and academies set up recently and none of the talents involved might deal with the following research in an effort from a systemic viewpoint. I wish my theories could help the research grants be more effective. However, it might be not suitable for the USA NSF funding and may not for the application for a researching scholarship.

Any opinion on this theory is welcomed. happy.gif
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