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PostPosted: Fri Mar 26, 2010 9:51 am 
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Where does our pmr memory reside exactly?, when we think of a past event in our life do we access that info from our own area in npmr? (and the brain then decodes the info into something that we can understand)

I read an article about a man that was in an accident and as a result he had forgotten everything in his life until he was 18, he had to relearn the most basic stuff and was in some ways like a child even though he was 35.

What exactly happened here in terms of the MBT theory?, did the damage to his brain result in a loss of access to nmpr where the his memory reside?
I wish to understand this at a detailed level if someone could explain.

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PostPosted: Fri Mar 26, 2010 10:33 am 
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Karl,

NPMR, just as for PMR, is a virtual reality. Our base self or total self is our IUOC which exists as some localized data storage and code with access to and from the RWW. Our PMR experience is related to a virtual self or FWAU as a subset of that total self. The same goes for NPMR, although the sub sets are different and the NPMR sub set would normally be the greater portion.

Here is a discussion of these relationships with information from Tom: The hard problem of free-will viewtopic.php?f=6&t=4677&hilit=Venn&start=60

This is in the middle of a long thread and you will have to follow along for a few pages until you reach the end of this part of the discussion. Follow it carefully and note the input from Tom. Don't be misled by comments and questions from others. They were all trying to work their way to an understanding of what Tom was trying to explain to us.

The man you reference with memory loss was experiencing a PMR virtual accidental result. It was virtual as it occurred within the data stream entering his mind to create the PMR virtual experience. This fed back into the aspects of his brain observable here in PMR, if so observed. The portion of his virtual self representing those specific memories would have been blocked within his virtual PMR self to achieve the specified effect required to represent the effects of the accident. There would not have been any actual damage to the IUOC at any level, just a virtual effect to create the result specified by the virtual reality PMR cause.

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Man, I spent all this time typing up a shot at a reply and Ted beats me to the punch. :P I think I'm gonna post it anyway, even though it's basically the same. Mine has a blue candy coating though...Ted's was green. Shouldn't affect the flavor, though. ;)

I haven't read the whole MBT trilogy, so I don't know the MBT terminology, but I assume there's a Big TOE equivalent of the Akashic records.

It's all information, stored digitally somewhere in the big computer. I think this is quite a bit different from physical memory, in that ALL of the information is recorded here, while physical memory is subject to fluctuations, damage, degradation, that sort of thing.

In my view, I would compare physical memory to a local hard disk, and NPMR memory storage as a massive RAID array or storage cloud. It's an imperfect analogy, but the best I can do. Downloads are continuously made to the storage array for permanent storage, but each FWAU is operating off of local memory. Actually, I might prefer using RAM as an analogy for FWAU memory...it requires a constant charge (physical matter) to maintain its memory, but as soon as that charge is gone or is disrupted, memories are lost or damaged locally. Nothing is actually lost permanently as all of this information resides in TBC as part of the permanent storage array...BUT the information is not accessible to the FWAU because it is designed to operate off of local memory. So, the damaged FWAU has to rebuild its operating memory in the same way it was built while growing up - through experience.

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Ok, thanks for the replies :)
So in simple terms could say the the human brain is a constricted form of our IUOC or perhaps "higher self" is a more suitable word?
Is the opposite also true, highly intelligent people for example, (savants). Has the constrictions in the pmr brain been reduced somewhat in these cases?

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Karl,

I am apparently not making this clear. The human brain is a virtual representation, part of the experience of the PMR Virtual Reality. It only exists as it is observed. It represents a feedback from the true nature of our virtual self experiencing this PMR life. There has been a thread discussing some kind of development appearing in, as I remember, chimpanzee brains in which a change was noted after there was some kind of experience representing moral growth among those chimpanzees being studied. This is at least as I remember the original post but I have not been able to find it as yet. Here is a long post by Tom in which he discusses similar concepts. Perhaps this will help your understanding.

Consciousness And Physics: viewtopic.php?f=9&t=473&p=1037&hilit=brain+feedback#p1037

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ok, looks like I´m more thick headed than I thought since I appear to have some difficulties grasping this but
I think I understand better now after reading and re-reading the important areas.

I now understand that the human brain is just a pmr virtual representation of consciosness.

But this leads me to yet another question, I read a thread on this board about a story when some doctors discovered
that some people had no detactable brain, but could function just like a normal human being. Why would the virtual brain not show up as a physical brain "when looking" in some cases like these?

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Karl,

Not a clue without more information. Where is the link?

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Here you go, I could not find the post on this board, but this url is the same article:
http://www.unexplainedstuff.com/Mysteri ... Brain.html


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Karl,

Based upon this article, which is apparently reporting real data and not anecdote or probable error based information, is a matter of something that was allowed or slipped past and represents a general screw up of The Big Computer or the VRRE functioning aspect of TBC. Many of us have experienced things that simply should not happen under the rule set of PMR if it functioned fully and properly. Sometimes this is just a glitch and other times it is deliberate to provide a clue to us as to the true nature of reality. The Consciousness System and TBC are not perfect. Mistakes happen. Usually this amounts to living through an accident that should have killed us. Nothing like living when you should have died to catch and fully focus your attention. Once a mistake like this occurs, it will draw less attention to just leave it alone and let the researchers scratch their heads and wonder how those people can function with inadequate cerebral matter than to correct the data display and really show it up for an error and something that should not have happened. Better an improbability and uncertainty to explain than an out and out change of noted and recorded data that would make absolutely clear that it is possible to cheat and that it is not a true physical reality with fixed laws.

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Another text on the same medical condition:

"One interesting case involving a person with past hydrocephalus was a 44-year old French man, whose brain had been reduced to little more than a thin sheet of actual brain tissue, due to the buildup of cerebrospinal fluid in his head. The man, who had had a shunt inserted into his head to drain away fluid (which was removed when he was 14), went to a hospital after he had been experiencing mild weakness in his left leg."

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It would say that it is quite amazing that an individual can still function with that severe lack of brain tissue.

"In July 2007, Fox News quoted Dr. Lionel Feuillet of Hôpital de la Timone in Marseille as saying: "The images were most unusual... the brain was virtually absent." When doctors learned of the man's medical history, they performed a computed tomography (CT) scan and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scan, and were astonished to see "massive enlargement" of the lateral ventricles in the skull. Intelligence tests showed the man had an IQ of 75, below the average score of 100. This would be considered "borderline intellectual functioning"- which is just below the level of being officially mentally challenged.

Remarkably, the man was a married father of two children, and worked as a civil servant, leading an at least superficially normal life, despite having enlarged ventricles with a decreased volume of brain tissue. "What I find amazing to this day is how the brain can deal with something which you think should not be compatible with life," commented Dr. Max Muenke, a pediatric brain defect specialist at the National Human Genome Research Institute. "If something happens very slowly over quite some time, maybe over decades, the different parts of the brain take up functions that would normally be done by the part that is pushed to the side.""

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hydrocephalus


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Perhaps this type information with evidence will finally create a more open willingness to accept that Consciousness is findamental, that the brain does NOT derive consciousness, and flipping that around will allow more useful information in the academic databases. As it is one runs into that fundamental error in pretty much all psychology, only in physics is some reality "allowed" in.
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