I5.4. The model of the brain as an input-output device
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© Dr. Eng. Jan Pająk

I5.4. The model of the brain as an input-output device
 

In order to summarise here what was already established in previous subsections, according to the Concept of Dipolar Gravity every material object exists simultaneously in two worlds of the physical nature, and additionally in the third world of the virtual nature. This also includes our brain. Out of two physical copies of the brain, which exist simultaneously in two different worlds, the biological copy prevails in the world which specialises mainly in performing biological functions. Only the counter-material duplicate prevails in the counter-world, which specialises in performing intellectual and information-processing functions. Furthermore, only this counter-brain contains the "register" which stores programs and data, means which decides about the fate of a given organism and which remembers everything. The natural consequence of this situation is that in the process of evolution, all life forms (e.g. all people, animals, plants) must develop some organs, which surely take advantage of the specialisation of each world. Therefore they must have developed organs that have the capability to link together the copies from both worlds, and to benefit from the natural capabilities of both worlds. The brain by nature is such an organ, which must be capable of linking both worlds.
As we know, in the course of ages scientists tried to explain the principle, on which our brain operates. In order to illustrate somehow this principle, and also to introduce a simple mechanism that reveals the structure and operation of this complicated organ and explains the basic functions of the brain, our science introduced theoretical concepts of the operation of our brain, which are known as "models of the brain". Thus by the name "model of the brain" we should understand a type of illustrative analogy, which tries to explain how the human brain is build, on what principle it works, where the basic attributes of it come from - such as short-term memory, long-term memory, ability to learn and to forget, etc.
The fact of assigning to the brain the function of the basic organ that communicates with the counter-world, completely revolutionises our present understanding of the structure and operation of this organ. Furthermore, the fact that our brain communicates with the counter-world, shifts to the counter-world the location of many significant attributes, which until now were assigned to the biological brain, such as intelligence, memory, speed of thinking, instinct, etc. For this reason, the discovery that the brain is a communication device which links us with the counter-world, leads us to the formulation of a completely new "model of the brain", which for the first time was introduced to the use by the Concept of Dipolar Gravity. This new model of the brain is called here the "model of the brain as an input-output device".
The "model of the brain as an input-output device" is the third theoretical model of this organ, so-far introduced to use. Let us now list all three models of this organ known so-far, briefly explaining their operation, basic properties, and the level of agreeability with the empirical findings.
1. The model of the brain as the "collection of pigeon holes". It was the first and the oldest of models of this organ introduced so-far. It assumed that our brain works like a kind of a huge catalog filled up with various grey cells, or "pigeon holes", into which data are introduced and then stored - similarly as documents are stored in closed files, or as data items are stored in computer memory.
Unfortunately, against this model a lot of empirical findings certifies. For example, in many cases it was registered that the memory remains even when portions of brain are surgically removed (see [1I5.4] "Intersections of Holography, Psi, Acupuncture, And Related Issues" by D. J. Benor, American Journal of Acupuncture, Vol. 11, No. 2, April-June 1983, pp. 105-118). This in turn contradicts the understanding of the brain as a collection of "pigeon holes" into which data is packed and stored. After all, if we sugically remove a significant portion of such "pigeon holes", then also their content should be removed and lost. Therefore, the long-term memory needed to be explained in some another way. Contemporary medicine prepared another explanation of memorizing, based on the so-called "holographic model of the brain".
2. The "holographic model of the brain". This model is the second description of the operation of the human brain, introduced by our science so-far. It assumes that the information being memorised is distributed amongst all cells of the brain, similarly as this happens in a hologram, so that every cell contains a complete information about everything. Therefore, independently which part of the brain is removed, the same information is still preserved in other parts.
But this "holographic model of the brain" still does not match the existing facts and empirical observations. There is an increasing number of facts clearly indicating that the memory of events can be preserved or passed on, even while the brain that registered them was non-existent (i.e. was already dead, or was not born yet). These kinds of facts originate from the so-called "psychic" experiences. An example of such experiences can be learning about a murder directly from the victim, or learning about past life ("reincarnation") when the subject of this life is already dead, or remembering some special events, which would not happen to us, but to our parents. None model of the brain, which is based on the single-world universe, is able to satisfactory explain such facts. Therefore it is necessary to introduce one more model of the brain, which stems from the new Concept of Dipolar Gravity.
3. The "model of the brain as an input-output device". This one was unknown to human medicine, as the introduction of it was proposed only by the Concept of Dipolar Gravity. It leads to the explanations, which match all evidence in the existence. This is because it is based on a triple-world universe, in which the counter-matter which is filling up the counter-world, is the one that displays the intelligence and the attributes of a natural computer, i.e. it intercepts, stores, processes and outputs the information. Thus, the existence of such a thinking and memorizing substance, allows us to store and to process information in our registers contained in the counter-world, not in our physical brains. The model of the brain as an input-output device postulates, that the entire memory of a given creature is accumulated and stored in the software registers from the counter-world. Also these registers are the source of intelligence. To our world are only shifted these parts of this memory, which are needed in a given moment of time.
In the "model of our brain as an input-output device" it is accepted, that we do not have in our heads any long-term storage (memory) nor the powerful information processing device, but rather a primitive input-output device with a short-term memory, which only exchanges information with registers contained in the counter-world. Using "computer" terminology, our brain is not a computer itself with its own memory, but only the equivalent of an intelligent terminal. This terminal is able to perform some limited processing by itself, as it possesses its own short-term memory (i.e. memory so small that the packing of new facts into it requires the removal of facts remembered earlier). However, in all important cases requiring the long-term memorising, it refers to the information contained within the counter-world. The process of exchanging of this information between our own brain and the register contained in the software counter-world, is known by the name of "long-term memory system".
One of the most important consequences of the model of brain discussed here, is that it defines the intellect and the long-term memory, not as an attribute of the biological body, but as a software content of the counter-material duplicate of this body. Thus in this model, our biological body is only a vehicle and the access organ (interface), which allows the effective use of this intellect and memory located in a completely different world.
The model of the brain described above provides an excellent explanation for all facts and phenomena observed to-date. For example, such phenomenon as hypnosis is defined as switching our brain entirely onto the perception of signals from the counter-world. Telepathy is exchanging the messages between different brains via the sound-like vibrations that propagate through the counter-matter. Dreams can be explained as adventures of our counter-bodies in the counter-world, or adventures of our registers (souls) in the virtual world (this is why there are two types of dreams). Multiple personalities can be explained as switching our brain to cooperate with more than one register of memories. Reincarnation is simply linking the brain of an alive person with these registers, which belonged to a person who is already dead.

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