The Two-Brains Hypothesis: Towards a guide for brain–brain and brain–machine interfaces

The publication theorizes about two class of brains in the animalsas they found that the animal central nervous system evolved from two different but interdependent complementary organs one a tangible electro-ionic an the other a stable, structured and functional 3D compendium of variously induced interacting electro-magnetic fields.

It addresses issues like the recent models of the magnetic field intensity on neuronal dendrites that point to that is not minute.

Explains that cerebral white matter is not a chaotic mass of axons and that it is a very ordered parallel layers of axons, crisscrossing at 90º to each other, where electron vortices may be engendered with spin direction and core polarity, and where fields of very low intensiy can modify that in a mechanism analogous to magneto-electronic random access memories and processor.

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