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  1. #1 The smallest path:--The NANOPATH 
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    I thought one day why light takes 8 min to reach earth from sun. reason was it follows a straight line which is virtually the smallest distance between two objects. But i thought why it takes only a second to think of the farthest planet and to imagine it? Why our brain can imagine anything which we want to imagine or try to reach in fantasy within seconds. how do these signals of the brain work. probably these signal follow The NANO PATH. which they use for traveling from one thought to another....
    i dont no much about all these sciences but i think using our brain signals which follow the smallest path to reach a distance.The path to which I m referring NANOPATH


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    The distances in one's brain are considerably smaller than between the earth and the sun:


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    Quote Originally Posted by atominoceanofignorance
    The distances in one's brain are considerably smaller than between the earth and the sun:
    Also, some say that information travels faster than light, that it is instantaneous. Don't take me too seriously because reading that back to myself makes me chuckle for some reason.
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    You do realize, right... That nano is still a distance, just a specific fraction of a meter? A nanopath is what the electron travels to make your computer work... And study neuroscience... You'll learn that the brain is not special in this regard... The fact that we've evolved the ability to rehearse interactions with unseen others, and to visualize areas not available for viewing via telescope does not mean there is some magic happening. In short, you need to study more so you can understand it better before you settle yourself on a meaningless comment like "the brain is an example of a nanopath."
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheDr.Spo
    Quote Originally Posted by atominoceanofignorance
    The distances in one's brain are considerably smaller than between the earth and the sun:
    Also, some say that information travels faster than light, that it is instantaneous. Don't take me too seriously because reading that back to myself makes me chuckle for some reason.
    Generally, the speed of preceiving one of one's own thoughts is approximately,

    300 microseconds ; consequentially, most present day computers are faster CPUs :

    however, if a CPU does not have "self-awareness" the question becomes, does a CPU

    actually preceive ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by atominoceanofignorance
    Generally, the speed of preceiving one of one's own thoughts is approximately,

    300 microseconds ; consequentially, most present day computers are faster CPUs :

    however, if a CPU does not have "self-awareness" the question becomes, does a CPU

    actually preceive ?
    No, a CPU does not perceive. A CPU does indeed process information faster than a human brain, but that in itself is no reason at all to believe that a current CPU can perceive. All it is an assortment of transistors that are either "off" or "on", this has no where near the complexity of a human brain.
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    Quote Originally Posted by inow
    You do realize, right... That nano is still a distance, just a specific fraction of a meter? A nanopath is what the electron travels to make your computer work... And study neuroscience... You'll learn that the brain is not special in this regard... The fact that we've evolved the ability to rehearse interactions with unseen others, and to visualize areas not available for viewing via telescope does not mean there is some magic happening. In short, you need to study more so you can understand it better before you settle yourself on a meaningless comment like "the brain is an example of a nanopath."

    TIME IS NATURE'S WAY OF KEEPING EVERYTHING FROM HAPPENING AT ONCE ! :?
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    Uhm... What?
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    Nano??? Its 10^-9 parts of something.
    Its not like brain uses NANO PATH. This hasn't developed into any theory??? And it won't. Signals are what we call electromagnetic waves. Like videos u download.
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