On Sep 29, 11:14 pm, Jason Resch <jasonre...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Craig, do the neurons violate the conservation of energy and  
> momentum?  And if not, then how can they have any unexpected effects?

They don't have any unexpected effects, they just have unscheduled
effects. I don't understand why it makes sense to think that a neuron
can make another neuron fire but not the person whose brain is to
cause a neuron to fire. Just think of the brain as a whole as a giant
neuron making the other ones fire (and vice versa), and we are what
the inside of that giant neuron is like.


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