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iammanisha
post May 17, 2017, 01:36 AM
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post May 17, 2017, 07:34 PM
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Hello iammanisha! Welcome to this forum for the academical discussion. I'm not a Professor, and hope I could provide some suggestive opinions.

1. If "the brain" herein indicates the average human brain considering the gender difference, then according to my theories published in this forum, the oxygen needed just for staying itself regular working style could be calculated as the as per median number of the oxygen for a cell group in the unit of volume or matter be multiplied by areas of the neuro-signaling transmission area. For a quick method, it could be stimulated by the average lung capacity multiplied by your breathing frequency in a minute and then let the number divided by 3. A rough reckon is 24.5ml.

2. The neuro-signaling system is vital to the layered intelligence system, especially for the human being. "If you like, I would recommend some of my web posters published in this forum which I found in the Internet, including 'The Brain Automatic Information Processing Theory', 'Behaviours May Reshape our Cognition in Neuro-level Starting from the Perception', and 'The Core of the Human Cognition System', which might be useful in helping your thinking for the related areas.

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