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Self-Awareness and Memory

Narendra Katkar


It is theorized that the brain has only frequency codes, carried by induced signals, including stimulations from light, sound or other senses, which travel through atomic composition of brain material and dissipate, creating tiny “gaps” or “holes” in atomic structure. These gaps or holes are assumed to be within the cellular and molecular composition in the interior of the brain. The true nature of memory is, in my view, the transformation or conversions of self-awareness signal into those frequencies of earlier received signals by passing through the infinitesimal gap in atomic structure created by said earlier signals.

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ISSN: 2153-8212