Saturday, January 28News Written in the Stars

Just admit it, the Human Brain is not a Supercomputer : alchemy

My take on it is this… cell talk to each other… I’m not sure if they always talk electrically or if they talk via chemicals…

For example when a virus attaches itself to membrane… I’m not sure if it sends chemical into the cell to the cell to let it in or of it sends a electric signal …

Whatever the actual mechanism is I believe that it is this mechanism that caused the creation of multicellular organism in the first place… where groups of cells amongst each other decide or devise specialization… such that specific groups would be in charge of movement, these would be in charge of light detection and these for breathing, etc. Where cells amongst each other decide to permanently turn off or activate certain proteins, enzymes or functionalities, which then give that cell specific traits or designation.

The brain comes in at a fractal scale above all those notions … where the brain does not decide which cell becomes a movement cell … when the brain comes into play the movement cell already exist and it is the function of the brain to then tells those moment cells to move

I’m my version of this hierarchy it’s like this

RNA, DNA and enzyme are like binary code of a operating system and the storage read write mechanism in the CPU

And organelle or prokaryotes is like a simple basic laptop

While eukaryotic cell is like super computer or a stack of 1000 CPU in a server … running on the specific operating systems of DNA or the catalytic instructions of enzymes and proteins.

But when u get to the brain its like new protocol new languages, new scripts and new firewalls… it doesn’t care what language the server are using… instead they just have to accept the command

So the brain is not a supercomputer or server it every computer, very supercomputer, every satellite, connected to the internet itself

So, one human brain is the entirety of the physical network of the planet

The average brain has Eighty billion (80,000,000,000)! This is more than 10 times as many neurons as there are people living on Earth. Neurons talk to each other using special chemicals called neurotransmitters. Neurotransmitters are like chemical words, sending “messages” from one neuron to another.

Each neuron may be connected to up to 10,000 other neurons, passing signals to each other via as many as 1,000 trillion synapses. In the nervous system, a synapse is a structure that permits a neuron to pass an electrical or chemical signal to another neuron or to the target effector cell.