LETTER: Experience is human dataTo the Telegram: The power to think, the power to be alive, the power to decide what your goals will be, the power to plan and program the parameters of future processing operations, the power to overcome negative results by focusing on positive changes to your minds operating system.
To the Telegram:
The power to think, the power to be alive, the power to decide what your goals will be, the power to plan and program the parameters of future processing operations, the power to overcome negative results by focusing on positive changes to your minds operating system.
The three part life processing system of brain-body-mind has been the standard anatomical and physiological composition of the human being for ages.
Now, however, in the new age of neuroelectrics, humans are being compared to electronic media processing systems.
An electronic computer is powered by an externally generated source of power called electricity. A bio-computer is constructed to operate on an internally produced energy source produced by living cells and tissues of the nervous system called neurosparks or “bioelectronic” impulses.
There appears to be a fantastic future in the upcoming scientific integration of knowledge about electronic and bioelectronics computer systems into the broad-based application field of bio-computerology, the computer science of brain, body and mind.
My name is Duane R. Fredrickson, and I am a retired 80-year-old senior citizen, a resident of the Washington Apartments who has been filling his personal experience mind files over a decade of retired time with researching the neuroscience of biocomputerology and volunteering as a videographer and as a producer of a public access film series entitled Fredrickson’s Features in addition to serving as a volunteer mentor of an autistic adult.
Since I have been filling my brain-body storage systems mind-memory molecules for the entire 80 years of my life to this point I consider all of my life experiences as my personal neural network to be my educational background for claiming to be trained and qualified to serve as my own biocomputerologist — a person who studies to understand the nature of bio-computers.
I have acquired over the years a personally selected resources library, which will be available in a researcher’s reading room located at 1527 Tower Ave., Superior, Wis., for anyone interested in accessing the scope of my research.
Duane R. Fredrickson,