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After getting interest in mathematical logic, I think our brain works like mathematic deduction is made, but with emotion and will.

I'll will use in this article some terms which I define here:

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[edit] Terms

[edit] Mathematicals and brain theorems

Brain1.png
Mathematics theorem are all true mathematical facts that you can deduce:

For instance 1+1=2 or (A+B)²= A² + 2 AB + B², a triangle having three equals angle have necessarily three angles at 60 degrees, etc.....

For findings mathematical theorem you can use deductions by establishing intermediate theorem (true mathematical things) easy to prove:

For instance: (A+B)²= A² +2AB + B², you have used the intermediate theorems: (A+B)² = A² + AB + BA + B² = A² + AB + AB + B²= A² + 2AB + B².


I extend the definition of mathematical theorem to brain theorem:

Here brain theorems are all things that you estimate to be true in your brain.

For instance: you see a bird in a tree, your deduction create automatically the theorem "there is a bird in the tree in front of me"

Another story: "you hear some leaf nose from the tree around you, then you move your head and you see a bird going out from this tree", first you create the theorem by deduction by hearing the sound of leaf that the sound come from the tree, then when you see the bird you create the theorem "there is a bird flying near me, near the tree", as the birds seems to fly out of the tree and as a bird can make leaf move and create sound, you immediately deduce that "the bird certainly created the sound by going throw the leaf". But You also create the theorem "the bird is now far in the air"...Etc etc...


When you deduce somethings in mathematics you put it on a paper, in the same way when you create a brain theorem, you immediately put it in memory, and it can be reused after.

What you see here is: Observation=>Theorem=>deduction=>theorem.


Theorem can be unsure, for instance a theorem could be:

"I believe that my grand ma hate me", or "maybe someone has rob me my pen because I no more find it".


You have also the ability of introspection:

for instance, when the story of birds happened to you, you were able to describe what you thought and it has became another theorem:

"I known that I understood that the sound came from the bird going throw the leaf, because I saw a bird going out of the tree just after the sound of leaf".

[edit] Adding emotions and will

You would define emotions as what you feel, I would also define that this way and I don't know why, but It's something else:

First theorem can change your emotions: "you know that someone you like is dead" immediately create the emotion "sadness".

"someone tell you that you are beautiful" immediately create the theorem "he said that I'm beautiful, and he appreciate me" and immediately create the emotion "happiness" etc...


But emotions have the ability to change your deduction you made:

For instance you have the theorem in mind "Henry hate me", you are in a party and henry is present, he hustle you, then your brain make the theorem "he hustle me", and your deduction, because you have the emotion "He hate me", create the theorem: "he hustle me voluntarily, I'm sure of that", and increases the felling that "he hate me".

Or an other example: You feel very happy, then you believe that every thing you try you will success:"I'd like to see my friends tonight", "it's difficult to create this party", create as you are happy the theorem "difficulties are certainly not so hard to overcome, then I'll success."

[edit] The will

Theorem can also change your will:

For instance you are a student and there is a test to do: then you get the will: "I d like to success to this test" because you had created the theorem "It would be good for me if I success to this test", and this will change your theorem "I can success to this test", but also permit to take decision.

[edit] Abstract

I believe That nearly everything in the brain works like that.

Here is a map of consequences of what happen in the brain:


Brain diagram.png

[edit] Some mental diseases

I suggest that schizophrenia is the ability to create frightening theorem from few feeling of fear, for instance: "I fear to be attacked" permit to create the theorem "this person that looked at me today will attack me in my bed tonight", the ability to change deduction which are not sure in shizophrenic is very important so they create very frightening theorem only because of fear.

And I suggest that bipolar is the ability to create optimistic theorems or pessimistic theorems from just being a little bit happy or unhappy, those created theorems will create a vicious circle, creating more happiness or more unhappiness.

[edit] The game

The game and curiosity would be a way to find theorems on how the world is made and work.

[edit] So an idea how the neurons are organized

We can imagine there is lot of different theorem bus ( like a neurons highway made of lot of parallel neurons), eventually this theorems buses are star-organised. In this theorem buses, the information of what actual theorem the brain is working on travels.


The theorem can be:

  • the is a tree in front of me ( for physical localization in the brain)
  • someone is screaming on me.

It's interesting to work on recent theorem because, thats on them that we can deduce interesting things.


Neuron network.png

There can also be a context, and a goal in this buses.

the neurons localized on extremity of the buses can read on the buses, and write new theorems to them, that is deduction. But deductions are also created by theorems, so the idea of a theorem permiting a deduction should permits to create a small neuron network on extremity of the buses which will deduce things from data on the bus and write what it has deduce to the bus.

but i don't know where the memory should be localized.

[edit] Conscientious ideas and uncontentious ideas, schizophrenia and bipolar disorder

When I say you "rabbit" you may imagine a small rabbit.

When I say you "mad" you may imagine a psychiatric hospital.

Now when I say "mad rabbit", you may think about the mad rabbit in Alice in wonderlands or you may think to the video game the "rabbids"...

By this strange small instance I'll show how conscientious ideas and uncontentious ideas works in my opinion:

I believe that lot of small thought works uncontentiously and some of this thought are risen to the conscientiousness, the choice inside the uncontentious ideas which are risen to the conscientiousness would in my opinion depends on the mood, the context, the kind of personality and some diseases like schizophrenia or bipolar disorder:


Conscientiousness.png


I also think, but I'm not sure, that during the adolescence, few neuronal circuits are put to prohibit some unconscious ideas to rise to conscientiousness, and I think those circuits are poor in schizophrenic or bipolar people.

For instance a schizophrenic guy would uncontentiously think he may be attacked by others in the street first, and then this idea would be risen to the conscience because for the brain it seems to be an important idea (of course if you would really be attacked it would be important for you to take care of that). But for a non schizophrenic I believe there is a neuronal circuit which will do two things: don't immediately make fear the brain, and second : if it possible and as fast as possible, create a theorem that explains why you won't be attacked (for instance, this city is not known for its delinquencies etc.. etc..)

Here is a little bit different theory about hallucinations and delusion An idea of how brain creates hallucinations.


I think there is circuits for bipolar disorder which may be not created during adolescence in bipolar people, and the same for schizophrenic people, but there would be two kind of circuits: one for paranoid ideas, and one for strange ideas.



Nicolas Bourdon --Nicobzz 15:40, 5 June 2011 (CEST)

last change:--Nicobzz 13:35, 14 November 2013 (CET)

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