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I conclude if you send a Human to Mars, their brain will become out of sync , a frequency offset, and will be suspended in time. (become dormant).
Quote from: Thebox on 01/06/2015 13:14:20I conclude if you send a Human to Mars, their brain will become out of sync , a frequency offset, and will be suspended in time. (become dormant).Explain please what facts, observations and arguments lead to your conclusion.
People have travelled to the moon and back, and circumnavigated the earth umpteen times, with no such effect.The flashes of light are Cerenkov radiation in the aqueous humor. There is no evidence that being screened from solar radiation has any effect on the electroencephalogram. Don't confuse circadian rhythm with brain waves.
The moon orbits the Earth and relative to space is close. The uncertainty principle is measurement, do we send a human to measure it?
Is there a distance that the human clock would slow to a stop by gravitational or brain function waves slowing?
It is evidential that when in the dark , the human brain wave for sight slows down.
A person in dark isolation can go insane.
Does brain waves increase when looking directly at a high wattage light source?
At the root of all our thoughts, emotions and behaviors is the communication between neurons within our brains. Brainwaves are produced by synchronized electrical pulses from masses of neurons communicating with each other.Brainwaves are detected using sensors placed on the scalp. They are divided into bandwidths to describe their functions (below), but are best thought of as a continuous spectrum of consciousness; Delta being slow, loud and functional - to Gamma being fast, subtle, and complex. It is a handy analogy to think of Brainwaves as musical notes - the low frequency waves like a deeply penetrating drum beat, while the higher frequency brainwaves are like a subtle high pitched flute. Our brainwaves change according to what we’re doing and feeling. When slower brainwaves are dominant we can feel tired, slow, sluggish, or dreamy. The higher frequencies are dominant when we feel wired, or hyper-alert.
Neural oscillation is rhythmic or repetitive neural activity in the central nervous system. Neural tissue can generate oscillatory activity in many ways, driven either by mechanisms within individual neurons or by interactions between neurons. In individual neurons, oscillations can appear either as oscillations in membrane potential or as rhythmic patterns of action potentials, which then produce oscillatory activation of post-synaptic neurons.