Matter and Memory – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Matter and Memory – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.  These ideas seem at first glance interestingly similar to mine, albeit with the proviso that the brain seems to me only a fat repository that, as with fatty deposits elsewhere, seems to have taken on a life of its own (that life that we call intelligence, as consciousness and as consciousness of consciousness, with a choosing and reading of material and metamaterial meaningfulness into experience of experience as explanation) that in its separate symbiotic semiparasitic existence sometimes disrupts bodies, as when brainwaves become excited and turbulent and disturb heart rhythms (so although not necessarily the be all and end all of our anthropoid line, now so proliferating in its environmental effects, both local within our bodies (as the various illnesses and diseases brought about by brain-based/biased habits of bodies) and also large-scale within our world’s bodies of water, air and land, so that brains and their activities, so small relative to bodies, less than 2 kilos of 40/50/60/70, seem likely to be coterminous with and indeed effectively exterminate our line.  Incidentally and somewhat ironically, it is in their temporally and spatially local effects on bodies that rationale could be sought for focussing on their effects on local bodies of present activity, in slowing down brain activity by cultivating serenity in place of frenecity, rather than frantically framing future scenarios that induce yet more frenetic activity with its local outcome of franticness.

And yet, this is my brain, under the stimulus of morning coffee, synthesising multiple material/memory experiences into this expedient, a classic brain-based activity.

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About leaflittering

person thinking about life as a series of encounters between expectations and experiences, and applying ideas to ecology, ethics, epistemology, and education in various environments
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