With this site the publisher promotes knowledge acceleration. This is possible because the human brain is designed to grow more rapidly in knowledge than is currently understood. The human brain is an electro-chemical computer. It learns all things and functions every day every minute using its electro-chemical processes.

    The brain is a computer that operates at the Atomic (at the level of atoms). The brain cells contain molecules that function on electro-chemical processes. Thus it operates at the atomic level. It can process and store intricate images of what we see in the atomic level. This makes possible to have thinking and dreams at this level. Thus thinking and doing things is derived at the atomic level. This explains why the human computer brain can help us walk, run and communicate rapidly. The brain computes all body functions and thinking very rapidly. 

      Going Further: We can now understand why we can have intricate and complicated dreams, and inspirations, that are understood in the smallest part of our every day thinking. Oh, I was inspired, has more profound meaning as to the validity of its source from the atomic level. 

     The Bible notifies us that at the end of our life God could access our computer to get all of our thinking and all we did. Of course that idea would fit the biblical writing that we will be judged by our deeds. This is shown to be a less escapable fact when realizing the human brain is able to store information for our whole lives;  Because it operates at the atomic level, through its trillions of brain cells which have multiple atoms as its tools.

      We can compute these facts about the human brain computation ability in information. About 6 trillion brain cells times about 20 molecules times 3-4 atoms.  That would be 360 trillion possible electrical charges. Multiply this by 3 because each atom can be charged neutral or negative or positively charged producing say 1,080 trillion atomic level data. The negative and positive charges in the cells for information are emulated in the math of George Boole of Boolean Algebra that uses only sequences of ones and zeros. Then there is compression. One can find computer code text books now that teach about how to compress files into much smaller packages, thus saving massive amount of storage without losing the data. 

     George Boole: Wrote his fundamental math principle, that is Boolean Algebra, is suggested to be inspired from his brain that operated at the atomic level. His brain used its electro-chemical processes of negative and positive charges (or ones and zeros) to provide him with the logic to write about its self in 1863. His historical book title, "Treatise on the Laws of Thought", clearly defines that all thinking is done in ones and zeros, and collect into all forms of knowledge.  This principle of operation is how all computers work today.   Furthermore, given this operation, the operation can be used to manipulate collected computations as does the human brain. For example, other authors have been inspired to write about math computation in the field titled Finite Difference, and Finite Difference Differential systems. With this science the computer, using all ones and zeros is able to compute the most advanced calculations discovered. At the human atomic level a finite difference can be the difference between one positive charge and one negative charge. This form of computation is true in the computers that use finite computation software. In that software, usually one can increase the density or to say-make smaller each of the computation sequences. Though similar, the software is not yet known to match the detail and precision of the human brain finite difference computation skill. The computer software can use its one and zero finite systems computation to compute energy systems at the sub-nuclear level. Yet, all of the math and the computer designs follow the inspiration from the human brains. This suggests the human brain may be computing at the sub-nuclear level in long term memory manipulation. In fact, on long term memory manipulation or decision criteria, the human brain is more versatile than computer systems at this time. 


     Going Further: Those who have created computer file compression, this would suggest, have only learned what the brain already does. Thus the brain could compress and store far more than 1080 trillion bits of information. A tenfold compression would yield well over one million trillion stored bits of data in one human brain. The compression fact can be used for all computer files as they function in all ones and zeros, and subsequently processed further for compression. The human brain that uses the ones and zeros processing thus can compress files similar to that done with computer files. All current and compressed files in the brain would be accessible by the creator of this Quantum brain. To compare the computer to the human brain compression of data one needs to think about things that have been forgotten, but that can be remembered after thinking about it for a while. Finally remembering is the bringing out that memory from compression. It was not gone, but deeply stored and connected to the associated thoughts that were used to remember it. This is exactly what the decompression of computer files does. It accesses the codes that link to the next code and so on. Boolean Algebra makes that possible in computers. Except the human brain works at a more advanced level of Boolean algebra using its chemical charges of plus and minus or ones and zeros. Again that would be more than one million trillion bits of data stored in one brain is possib

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