Volume 5 No 3 (2007)
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The Process of Thought, Neurological Completion, and the Electromagnetic Dynamics of the Mind/Brain Relationships
Danny Williams
Neuropsychological research on the neural basis of behavior, emotion, and memories generally posits that brain mechanisms will ultimately suffice to explain all psychologically described phenomena, but as we know today this is not true, and we must look more at the brain being a organ like the rest of the body, and that IT mediates OUR mental control and actions from our self and mind. This assumption that biology and classical physics forms the idea that the brain is made up entirely of material and not of any other physical workings, like quantum dynamics or coded and complex particles and fields, and that all causal mechanisms relevant to neuroscience can therefore be formulated solely in terms of properties of these elements. Mentalistic and/or experiential content (e.g., "feeling," "knowing," and "effort" “belief systems”) are not included as primary causal factors. This theoretical restriction is motivated primarily by ideas about the natural world that have been known to be fundamentally incorrect over a century. Contemporary basic physical theory differs profoundly from its seventeenth to nineteenth century forbearers on the important matter of how the consciousness of human mind enters into the structure of empirical phenomena. Our new understanding of the mind, humans, physics and the universe have given us new principles that contradict the older idea that local mechanical processes alone can account for the structure of all observed behavior, personality, and consciousness, and our excess o memories and past information and data to learn new mental and physical experiences. Quantum physical theories bring directly and irreducibly into the overall causal structure certain psychologically described choices made by human agents about how they will act, think, live, and learn to develop there own individual personality. The key development in basic physical theory is applicable to neuroscience, and it provides neuroscientists and psychologists with an alternative conceptual framework for describing neural processes. Indeed, due to certain structural features of ion channels critical to synaptic function, quantum and electro magnetic field dynamic physical theory must in principle be used when analyzing human brain/mind dynamics.
mind, brain, consciousness, quantum brain theories, electromagnetic brain theory
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