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- On Minds’ Localization

by Mario Crocco

Correspondence / Contacto: Postmaster@ neurobiol.cyt.edu.a

An Open Access article from Electroneurobiología vol. 12 (3), pp. 244-257, 2004; http://electroneubio.secyt.gov.ar/localization_of_minds.htm.

A confluence of clues from a range of academic topics suggests that minds localization in nature consists of relativistically moving microphysical parti-cles, whose motion is physiologically modulated. Here those clues are shown to im-ply that the localization of the operations of observers (minds or existentialities) in nature are the actions carriers of a force field, which action carriers are slightly slowed from near-c speed motion by electroneurobiological variations in brain physiology – thus gating through relativistic time dilation the observer’s time reso-lution and putting her or him in operative connection or disconnection with the sur-rounding occurrences. In this scenario, minds as well as sensory knowledge acquire a precise definition and appear situated in a particular point of causal sequences. Summary in general terms: Why were minds selected to turn accidents into opportunities, i. e., to progress toward biological goals through appropri-ate steps for which the instructions are nonetheless undefinable? Minds ap-pear situated in certain force-carrying particles whose speed sets wakefulness or sleep. Through this force, observable by its influence on the evolutionary process, minds and bodies interact. Physical actions impinging on a mind generate in it physical reactions whose causal efficiency gets exhausted, so that the reactions cannot continue their causal series. In exchange, they be-come sensorially known. On them the mind then takes efficient initiatives – whereby minds acquire intellectual development – generating changes. The broken causal sequence seems to be what enables minds for their biological role.

Summary in technical terms: Observers’ localization in nature might be re-lativistically moving particles whose motion is physiologically modulated. Transdisciplinary clues imply that speed variation is imposed onto some ac-tion carriers of a force field by their coupling with intensity variations of an overlapping field. The operations of observers (minds or existentialities) in nature seem localized in such actions carriers, slightly slowed from near-c speed motion by electroneurobiological variations – which thus gate the ob-server’s time resolution and put her or him in operative connection or discon-nection with the surroundings. Thereby minds and sensory knowledge appear in a particular point of causal sequences.


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