@BrianRoemmele | 152,576 followers
This is the experiment that gave proof to how human memory—actually works.

The research was done in the 1960s and has been verified through a multitude of academic studies.

Yet only ~.001% of the world knows about it and the implications it has to—everything.

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Fascinating discussion of the “holographic brain” by Karl Pribram. Memory is stored in a type of “neuro-collective.” Loss of any part of the brain doesn’t result in a specific loss of memory, but a decrease in the resolution of it—as the totality of the memory is preserved.
 
 
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This is basically how bitcoin works. We decentralize storage across a network, whatever part of “the brain” is removed, we still remember.
 
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Brian, guess what. I tied to share the original full interview from YouTube - Twitter blocked it. 🤔
 
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Distributed representations of memory (eg “holographic”) have been the main view in neuroscience for decades. The term “grandmother cell” was coined to highlight the absurdity of the alternative view. It never had serious defenders.
 
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your body does not possess a system for insulating against radio waves.. ergo your thoughts do not remain with you, and what you consider "your thoughts" are an amalgamation of that field which surrounds you influence the field appropriately.
 
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I invented the principle of holography as a Jr. in HS when studying interference patterns on a experimental wave table in 1979, only to discover that someone else had invented it years before me. So imo this pov has merit. Met S Benton years later working on his HoloMem storage.
 
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Universal Mind - Morphigenetic Field Thoughts outside the mind 😱
 
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Do a search on the Rhine center (Used to be affiliated with Duke University) and the PRF(Parapsychology Research Foundation) Interesting stuff
 
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Absolutely bonkers man. To think today in almost 2023 we still don’t have a firm grasp on consciousness and how our brain works is amazing.
 
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Brian I have been in a state called Unitive Consciousness an Ego death where I felt this inter connection between everything a Oneness, Witt that a profound peace and abscess of fear I at the same moment felt infinite knowing access to all that is, this is the collective memory
 
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Fascinating- a word I over-use in context of your tweets, Brian! I think it could be true there's consciousness in every cell in our body. Hence I've never accepted a blood transfusion- could end up with a bank manager's blood😱 The universe is in our heads!🙏
 
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The rat lobotomy experiment might show that memory is 'holographic.' Alternatively, it might show that memory is a spiritual phenomenon, linked to consciousness.
 
 
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I wonder what Marcel Proust would say about the holographic theory.
 
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Fascinating. Who are these guys?
 
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That was a great series .. forgot what it was called, in PBS I believe .. gave voice to many great thinkers, and deep dived into ideas that got no play in the mass broadcast media.
 
 
 
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Thanks Brian! Link to longer video or other good reference materials for further study? 🙏
 
 
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How can I access the full video any names, titles etc?
 
Most are told that memories are localised in physical brain matter but is there more to it?
 
 
 
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I wonder if there’s a link here with the work Michael Levin is currently undertaking?
 
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You have a reference to the rest of this interview?
 
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Though holograms do work exactly as described, it equates to a form of Redundancy. So even if only two or more locations in the brain had identical copies of a memory, the same test described would pass upon removal of just one location. I'm saying "hologram"... isn't Necessary
 
 
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the complexity of the brain's inner dynamic hologram of cognition is far beyond our ability to understand.
 
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where do you stand on the ethics of said experiments?
 
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Reminds me of a book I read years ago - Holographic Universe. Maybe this is the author
 
This is great stuff but it's infuriating to me that it took till the 60s for this to be known when the great French philosopher Henri Bergson outlined this in the 1890s in his classic 'Matter and Memory'
 
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Best explanation of our hologram universe I’ve heard.
 
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