thought-analyzed.com

The Author Anthony W Johns.

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FAQ Updated 25Th April 2015.

This page for most people is difficult to understand, after reading this page please click on the FAQ link below for a simple explanation.

The human brain is a computer, the support biology, (the body), is an integral part of this computer. Yes, life on this planet is computer: chemical machine .

These computers are complex in their psychological, psychiatric, and biological analyses: but are nothing more than simple addition or subtraction percentage calculating machines.

Little computers, babies, are little scientists pulling in data, information that is important requisite reference environmental survival program.


What Is Thought?

Thought Analyzed!

The Algorithm Analyses - The Formula,


thought is, prerequisite reference environmentally installed survival program A
+ prerequisite reference environmentally installed survival program B
= created reference requisite environmentally installed survival program C.



Perception. Of movement before the eyes, is serial addition add one update at a time. Walking, updated, added, a slight scenery change every time you take a step forward. Reading or watching TV is a similar serial addition, one word/one action at a time. Music, body movement, is the same serial addition process.

Further reading with free ebooks, (book six,'The Brain Natures Own Computer', is the best brain analyses book), can be found here on my main site.

exact-psychology.com

My other psychology site.

brainmemorymaps.com

FAQ.

BIO.

All my books need grammar correction, professionally editing, wanted philanthropist or backer, ( business plan available), to fund my projects.

If my work helps a person understand mental illness, and helps the recovery, please send a scenic or family postcard thanking me,or, email me. I do not open attachments.

Anthony Johns,
34 Bishops Hill,
Ipswich,
Suffolk,
United Kingdom,
Europe.
IP3 8EN

Copyright (C) Anthony William Johns - 2014.

Site First Published - 20th May 2014