The brain has a weak electrical force around it that transmits information;
“Researchers in the US have recorded neural spikes travelling too slowly in the brain to be explained by conventional signalling mechanisms. In the absence of other plausible explanations, the scientists believe these brain waves are being transmitted by a weak electrical field, and they’ve been able to detect one of these in mice.
“Researchers have thought that the brain’s endogenous electrical fields are too weak to propagate wave transmission,” said Dominique Durand, a biomedical engineer at Case Western Reserve University. “But it appears the brain may be using the fields to communicate without synaptic transmissions, gap junctions or diffusion.”
Running computer simulations to model their hypothesis, the researchers found that electrical fields can mediate propagation across layers of neurons. While the field is of low amplitude (approximately 2–6 mV/mm), it’s able to excite and activate immediate neighbours, which subsequently activate more neurons, travelling across the brain at about 10 centimetres per second.
Welcome to my world 😉 Science can not even pin point "thinking" to the brain. I wrote this article in 2012;http://cosmosclan.blogspot.com.tr/2012/08/life-span-and-entropy.html
Welcome to my world Science can not even pin point “thinking” to the brain. I wrote this article in 2012;
(It is also available among my writings here; http://www.alphan.net/writings/ )