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Theory – Memory Capacity

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The memory capacity of an organic brain is directly related to the length of its neural wiring; the longer the wiring, the more capacity is available. Like is the case with fractal-like coastline of Norway, zigzags generate the length. On examining a jelly fish we can see that their easily visible wiring is so short, that their actions are a direct and instant result of the impulses they are getting from their surrounding environment. Those fish do not have any wiring to provide space for circulating waves, thus they do not have any memory.


Written by Tomi Itkonen

January 1, 2007 at 9:12 pm

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  1. To my understanding, similar approach is described in MIT’s Technology Review (Oct. 2007) article:IBM Attempts to Reinvent Memory
    “…bits would be quickly shuttled along the length of the nanowire, propelled by electronic pulses, then read or written at one point along the nanowire.”

    However, my thesis suggests that the pulses are analog and not digital bits.

    Tomi Itkonen

    October 20, 2007 at 8:18 pm

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