E. Mezey and M. Palkovits,
Dept. of Neurological
Disease and Stroke
Natl. Inst. of Health
Bethesda, MD 20892
Re: far more to the story!
Sirs: (`‑‑New Target‑‑’ Dec. 4, SC.)
But many new surprises are coming about that sympathetic CNS, now evoking AiR (Autoimmune Response*) almost at all cost. Since it is psychology (mind) than precedes the physiological, especially in the context of a freed electron knowing effect from cause**, a see vast trauma is on the horizon of empirical research such as yours, where the mounting obvious more defines what was hidden in the past than a simple genesis of disease without some volitional design! Medical science will soon need to “get in bed” with psychology to perceive its own past evaded efforts for its (as pharmaceutical’s) profit motives***.
While requiring several cross academic fields to better define a long AI study here and so the needed integrative imports to define the genesis of insight for CQ (instead of mere IQ)****, the provocative was staring us in the face‑‑ to prove the 5th Generation computer was feasible‑‑ indeed, to 10\17th odds with alpha‑numeric read‑out on its maiden run!
*Renoux, U/Tours; bilateral cerebral lymphatic control; DISCOVER, Feb.’87; pgs. 57‑58. (lateral killer vs. guidance T cells)
** Aspect Alain, `Holism and Particalism in Physics’, p.70, Vol.129, Feb. 1,’86, SCIENCE NEWS
*** Micro‑Electrode Cover story; DISCOVER, April ’86, Norden strom’s micro‑electrode cancer therapy work.
**** `A Correlative Study Between Physics and Psychology’, R. Vogelsang; Intl. Biomet. Congress, ’69
`The Others Side of the Brain’, J.E. Bogan, Bul. L.A. Neurol.
IL‑2 Cancer Research (3 left smiler remissive of 8 subjects);
NOVA NPR TV,’88
Smile anomaly for mate choice. SINGLELIFE, Sept/Oct.’90, p.12
cc: Path/IQ; Phys‑Psy; 3‑dev(over)
CC: Bynum; Galbraith;
R. Galbraith, et.al.
Dept. of Pathology
c/o Rockefeller Institute
New York, NY 10020
T.E. Bynum, et.al.
Dept. of Digestive Diseases
Harvard Medical Center
School of Public Health
Cambridge, MA 02138