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Berman, B. (2017). How the Brain Works, Part 3. PHILICA.COM Observation number 187.

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How the Brain Works, Part 3

Brad G. Bermanunconfirmed user (Oregon State University)

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A strobe light will freeze the spinning blades of a fan in order to expose a message written upon the blades. It is by this same process that the brain is decoding thoughts, by being strobed by the rapid fluctuations comprising the information hidden within spacetime. It is called temporal de-multiplexing and it is just the opposite function to the mechanism by which all of time is and has been encoded into spacetime. Thus, it is the rate, timing, and voltage of fluctuations at each moment in time that determines the thoughts that are being strobed into the brain at any moment. It is also the rate of spacetime switching that aligns into coincidences at a particular singularity, resulting in atoms and their structures.
By synchronizing to specific threshold levels of the oscillating voltages of spacetime quantum fluctuations, mental pictures are painted into the brain, similar to the way digital signals are de-multiplexed then encoded upon a television screen, the same way a prism decodes the colors from within white light. It is in this way that the brain is able to read and de-multiplex spacetime fluctuations, by selecting specific threshold levels, utilizing synaptic junctions numbering in the trillions. But it is only because of the brain’s massively parallel interconnected structure and myriad of cross pathways that this alignment is made possible, because the universal rate of switching is so high that it requires this massively parallel structure in order to line up specific surfaces of time, to reveal the thoughts hidden within.

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