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> The Subtheory of Neuro-signaling Cell Fluiding
post Nov 17, 2017, 01:51 AM
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The beginning of the human language might be or is firstly same with some other living things in both function and the formation construction, and then slightly enrich by some new important thing appeared in their lives and have developed from the community or group usage, and prounciation being changed with human intelligence emerging, including the improvement of the constrasting and the imagination.

Well, it's an individual thinking not for some of the memberships. The following is today's theory.

The Subtheory of Neuro-signaling Cell Fluiding

According to Ch Hao, by his previous theories with no research funding, the transmission of the neuro-signalings is also across from both the brain zones including the brain center zone and some distributed conjugations, which is used to mean that they are like the gates for the neuro-singalings for the mind activities and be similar with the working mechanism of a network switch.

But the difference is, the neuro-signalings coming to the conjugations herein might or will be fluiding in the cells for the transmission, including the neurocells in the brain center zone, until the other neuro-signallings followed either for some chemical combination or for some transmission.

By the proper use of this subtheory of neuro-signaling cell fluiding, the auto intelligence could be improved in a mechanism of datum autofluiding in a way of distribution and convergence instead of merely functional chips, which at least could advance the present information systems, including the use in the nanorobers. It's the opinion for the related professionals globally.
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