Introducing the brain: brain growth by pattern (Introduction)

by David Turell @, Monday, March 16, 2020, 15:22 (110 days ago) @ dhw

"Their study, published in Nature Physics, builds on the fact that the brain contains many different types of neurons and that it takes several types working in concert to perform any tasks. "

DAVID: Simple. Patterns require design. Life is filled with patterns. There is a designer. See the next comment about patterns.

Another example of the body being a community of cell communities which cooperate with one another.

DAVID: (under rats’ whiskers) It looks as if God is a mathematician, especially as life follows precise patterns which we find when studied.

dhw: If he exists, I would expect him to be a mathematician, a scientist, an inventor, an artist, a designer, a philosopher, a critic, a judge….You see, just like you, I think he probably has thought patterns, emotions and attributes similar to ours.

I fully agree with you about logical thought patterns, but His reasoning and His purposes may not be what you think when you theorize about Him. For example time may be of no issue to Him, while you wonder about why He delayed human appearance. I don't. As for emotions and attributes they may be totally different.

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