Chapter 7

The Brain and Mind Attractions: BRAMA; The Brain Internal Language Organization, BILO; The Consciousness

Branko Souček


Background and Purpose: This work explains the brain and mind as a single entity that uses the strong attractions or desires, BRAMA. BRAMA is the bursting, passionate, unrestrained, excessive desire. Presented theory is supported by experimental findings. </p><p> Material and Methods: The brain generates various BRAMA, from the molecular level, to the brain windows, message and language levels. The theory and the computer model explain the interaction. </p><p> Result: Humans Brain and Mind are composed of attracting agents. Three classes of BRAMA desires and attractions have been identified. The chaotic attraction is a dynamic structure. Attraction trajectories concentrate into a narrow attractor space. This is a case of massive self-organization. </p><p> The courting / mimicry attractions are based on continuous–discrete processing and are capable of discovering the hidden information by observing sample behaviour and comparing it with the past learned experience. </p><p> The pattern attraction is capable to recognize inexact, incomplete patterns. Through many attraction loops, the human brain agents called katydids, fireflies and birds learn about the partner, and adapt answers and behaviour. The resulting Brain Internal Language Organization, BILO, is explained. The consciousness is dispersed into many agents of the brain; in the nested, fractal tissue, TISS. There is no central consciousness. </p><p> Conclusions: The brain-mind tissue, TISS and BRAMA, have been observed in experimental data that come from insects, birds, brainstem auditory potentials and Evoked Potential records triggered by verbal stimuli. All these experiments could be explained with the similar kinds of TISS units and BRAMA protocols: </p><p> –Brain and Mind operate in the nested fractal time T: BRA= brand the feature, 3,6 ms; AMA=amass the chunk, 25 ms; MA=master the association, 175 ms; BRAMA protocol,1225 ms. </p><p> –Brain and Mind deal with the nested, fractal information I: feature; chunk; association; continuous -quantizing-discrete layers. </p><p> For the human sensory input, in a single BRAMA period of 1225 ms, the TISS information flow INFLOW is about 4 · 10<sup>12</sup> bits. </p><p> –Brain and Mind operate in the nested fractal space S composed of neurons and neural networks, nodes, groups, flocks and pools. </p><p> The Long Term Memory is the nested fractal association, distributed over TISS units. The Short Term Memory is the nested fractal flow, distributed over TISS units. The presented theory and results are in agreement with the brain structures and with the topology of functions. BRAMA and BILO principles explain the fractal components of structures; the nested dynamics of functions; the Self Organization of the Understanding, Consciousness, Emotions and Knowledge.

Total Pages: 132-146 (15)

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