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> The Subtheory of Neuro-signaling in Distributed Neurocells
post Nov 17, 2017, 01:54 AM
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The good and service in the market must contain functions that could sustain the market as one part involved, which is the foundation of the good and service, and the price for the good and service is also one of these functions.

In the Advanced Autointelligence Society (AAS here) mentioned before, the object ration or the minmum social time for the good and service may replace the role of the price.

Well, it's an individually thinking outcome not suitable for some of the academic memberships. The following is a sub theory for the academic research as one study field.

The Subtheory of Neuro-signaling in Distributed Neurocells

According to Ch Hao, by his previous theories with no academic funding, there are distributed neuro-signalings in the transmission of the distribution and convergence mechanism. In this mechanism discovered by Ch Hao individually, there are convergent sections in the brain center zone for dealing with the neuro-signalings from in the distribution process.

Also according to Ch Hao, the neuro-signaling has path mechanism in three layers.

The distributed neurocells might or have distributed regional neurocells for the neuro-signaling transmission. Namely, the surrounding neurocells might firstly send its neuro-signaling to the regional neurocell and then the regional neurocell might send the combined neuro-signalings to the brain center zone. During this process, the neurocells will also comunicate with the other nearby neurocells for the transmission, which might be used as a path trial use.

In addition, the activeness of the neuro-singaling chemical-compounds is the key to the original of the life, which may help the understanding of the cause and effects of the emotions.
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