I5.4.1. Communicative capacity of the brain
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© Dr. Eng. Jan Pająk

I5.4.1. Communicative capacity of the brain

The model of the brain as an input-output device, not only that explains various mysterious phenomena known to us for centuries, but it also points our attention to new phenomena, about the existence of which our civilization had no idea. One of these phenomena, which is going to be discussed here, because it introduces various implications to the major thesis of this monograph, is the matter of so-called "communication capacity of the brain". From the research on computers to-date it is known, that one of the most important parameters that describe a given channel, through which some flow of information takes place, is the speed with which this information is passing through a given channel. This speed is usually defined as the so-called "communication capacity". In case of computers this capacity decides for example about the speed with which an information is retrieved from an external memory (e.g. from a diskette), thus also about the time when the information that we are seeking is going to be made available to us. In turn in the model of the brain discussed here, this capacity is going to decide about the speed with which the information is shifted to our brain from the counter-material duplicate. Thus practically it is almost synonymous with the idea of the "speed of thinking". Of course, the communication capacity is only a quantitative parameter which describes the human brain, thus it does not describe the quality of someone's intellect, such as for example the intelligence, logic, precision, depth, imagination, or creative potential.
In the result of relative simple deductions, I come to the conclusion that the "communication capacity" in intelligent beings must depend on level of their civilisation. This conclusion can be expressed in the form of a following thesis, the correctness of which is easy to deduce theoretically, but is much more difficult to prove empirically: "the increase of the advancement of civilisation must cause the evolutionary favouring of individuals with the higher communication capacity, simultaneously eliminating the individuals in which this capacity is smaller". In order to support the correctness of this thesis, a simplified example of a duel of two hypothetical knights could be used. The knight, who thinks slower because his communication capacity is lesser, of course is going to die first. In this way the higher chance of leaving the descendants have the knight with a higher communication capacity. In turn the consequence of this evolutionary favouring of individuals with a faster thinking is, that with the increase of civilisation, this speed of thinking must increase. This in turn leads to a simple conclusions, that members of older civilisations are going to think faster from members of younger civilisations. Therefore for example the average speed of thinking of an UFOnaut should be faster than the average speed of thinking of a human being. In turn the average speed of thinking of a Chinese (whose race to civilisation started several thousands years earlier than in the surrounding nations) should be greater than the average speed of thinking for example Malays, Maori, or Australian Aborigines. Inside of the same population (e.g. Chinese) also there should be differences in the communication capacity. For example city dwellers should think faster than farmers.
The next consequence of the model of the brain as an input-output device is that it completely invalidates, and changes, the to-date understanding of the process of learning, memorising, remembering, recalling, etc. For example, according to what was understood so- far, the process of forgetting depends on the lost or de-completion of the information that someone stores. But in the model discussed here information once gathered cannot be lost or de-completed - because it is remembered forever in the registers of a given person. Therefore, if someone forgets something, this means that somehow he/she lost the ability to find this information in the huge layers accumulated in his/her register. But the information still is there and in the appropriate circumstances it can be found. Furthermore, even if we intentionally are unable to recall it, our subconscience (i.e. the selected intellectual organs from our counter- body) still has the access to it. Thus the knowledge, which was remembered in the aware level, still is available to us on the subconscious level.

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