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The Mind Portal and Biology

Postby JozenBo » Sun Nov 23, 2008 6:54 pm


I have been conducting an investigation about a time graph map called the mind portal and am seeking to gain a better understanding of it here by focusing on the aspect of the biological processes produced from using it. The map can be used in 1 of 2 ways, one which is to measure patterns of occurrences within time. The second is to spin information or geometric patterns placed into an attractor format, which testing as thus far revealed produces interesting effects upon the senses.

By jozenbo at 2008-01-22
(An example of a mind portal graphing map system)

I would like to build a model of the process that is happening, a model we can see with our eyes to make understanding much easier. In order to do this, we need to put together a basic model of what happens when a person looks at, say 3 colored dots, and how the reflected light waves from these dots travel through space to the eyes, passing through the lens and reaching the photoreceptor cells, where they are transmitted into an image as sensed within the brain.

This is not a simple process that we can dismiss with a few words, without visual maps to show models of what is going on, I find that understanding will suffer. I will in the next days prepare some drawings, however basic they are to begin with, and post them here, or perhaps locate some models already displaying this...then the idea is to refine those models until they accurately display the process. Then we can start to ask some of those questions that need to be set up carefully befor in advance... :D

If anyone wants to help get this basic model established, I would be very happy to see what sort of models you'd share. If anyone has any questions, please feel free to ask. I would begin by asking some questions myself, though without preparing a basis, I find that the questions would only lead to confusion at this time. I look forward to visiting with those who participate in this thread!

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