Neural Almost Gate How Neurons Shape Thought
by Robert Hamill
Publisher: Burning Thoughts Publications
Do you want to get in touch with your inner creative genius? The almost gate of neurons inherently generalizes, resulting in inductions beyond the details it starts with.
Wouldn't you like to have a ready response for teammates who squash your novel ideas as not logical?
Neural Almost Gate will open your eyes to the marvels of intuitive thought and provides insights into the interplay between conscious and unconscious.
Several ideas have been published before in Mensa publications.
The brain, the immense cluster of neurons in our cranium, inherently generalizes as it did even before humans had invented language. Early patterns of thought are built into our genes and the neural pathways of the brain. These patterns provide insight into emotions and why there is a tension between what we should do and what we want to do.
The facts and knowledge necessary for thoughts and thinking are learned. Learning occurs due to genetically controlled neuromodulators and the myelination of neural axons. The incremental growth of knowledge is crucial to the shape of our mature mind.
As we attempt to satisfy our needs and goals while placating fears and concerns, discover the comparisons of verbal and non-verbal thoughts that eventually lead to our final decision.
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