Hemispheric Reversal in the Brain
Hemispheric reversal in the brain is understood as a consequence of the internalizing field of consciousness using the SCIET dynamic. There are several concepts on this page which directly relate to explaining hemispheric reversal in the brain. The first is the internal infinity.
The Infinite Horizon
The internal infinity refers to the notion that information can be expressed accurately at any size if the interrelationships remain constant. So nature's compression algorhythm does that, it continually compresses the sensory information, which in turn allows us the perception of great distance within our minds. Our perceptual powers exist, not at the center, but as a horizon ring or sphere of perception between an inner and an outer reality. The general concept can by more easily understood using this illustration:
We look toward the horizon to see where we are going, and are aware of ourselves as being at the center of a sphere of perception where the universe stretches away endlessly in all directions. The horizon circles us in three hundred and sixty degrees, we can see it, but when we close our eyes and see the same view of the distant horizon in our minds, where is that horizon, and how does the mind create infinity?
The process of long term visual memory can be compared to a tunnel of time and light.
How the mind is able to synthesize a world, even a universe, in your head involves principles of physics that are elemental to every object and every point in space. The exchange of energy that accompanies every change in position by everything that exists is both an outward projection and an inward attraction. Each and every change is communicated outwardly and inwardly. That the mind is able to absorb the information of the universe's duration is a concept that makes perfect sense, it is the obvious result of the nature of space.
The Theater of the Mind
A second concept that is important is how we use the infinite horizon in our visualizations. It is in this concept that we grasp the real function and importance of the brain's hemispheric reversal. We have to be upside down and backwards in the theater of the mind to reflect the world around us.
Upside Down and Backwards
We model the world inside our heads up-side down and backwards. The infinite distance of the sky's zenith is down in our minds, at the junction of the of the visual cortex where it closest to the center of the brain. The simulation of the three dimensional world is inverted, up is toward the spinal cord, down is at the top of the head and forward is at the back of the skull where the visual cortex is located.
The perception and control of the extremities follow this pattern, with the legs and feet at the top of both the somatosensory cortex and the motor cortex, located in a band across the outer portions of the cerebellum, directly above the spine.
This upside down and backwards positioning idea easily explains hemispheric reversal, why the left side of the body is wired to the right half of the brain and vice-versa.
The Observing Self
The observing self exists in a resonance region that represents the midpoint between the external and internal worlds. In the brain this area is the lateral genticulate nucleus, where the perceiver of the visual field is generated. The screen of the "Theater of the Mind" is located in the ocipetal lobes. The viewer and the viewed are on opposite sides of a perceptual midpoint, as we can always say that the zenith of the sky is above and between ourselves and whatever we are seeing.
The theater of the mind is the key to understanding the brain's hemispheric reversal.
The visual system is consolidated into seperate left and right side inputs in the lateral genticulate nucleus before it generates the visual field, which is processed in the visual cortex ocipetal lobes.at the back of the brain.
The location of the visual cortex at the back of the brain is almost as striking as hemispheric reversal. The placement of the components of the visual system and the somatosensory nerve centers for the extremeties correlate to the upside down and backwards hypothesis of the theater of the mind.
A third concept is how the brain is able to synthesize gravity as well as infinity for the theater of the mind.
How the Brain Synthesizes Gravity
The brain is a transciever, transmitting and recieving field-based information. How the field is centered and how it varies away from that center is important in order to conceptualize how the brain/mind is able to synthesize the force of gravity. The inverse square law works for this situation, the effect diminishes in direct proportion the distance from the center. Keep in mind that we are talking about quanta aether layers, which are at least three orders of magnitude faster and smaller than gravitational (molecular) quanta layers.
Gravity is the same as constant acceleration
Einstien showed that gravity is the same as constant acceleration. His famous thought experiment to illustrate this idea involved an elevator being moved through space under constant accelleration equal to the force of gravity on the surface of the earth. He demonstrated that there would be no difference in the passengers experience of constant accelleration and the force of gravity.
Our minds use the principle of constant acceleration to synthesize gravity. The effects emanating from the mind's center are responsible for our ability to model gravity.
The elevator example is instructive, constant accelleration toward the center is good visual of what the compression algorythm does. So we are able to experience gravity in the theater of the mind because our mind's center is emanating a constant assimalative force relative to our visualization energy. In effect, our mind's center is pulling our "theater" just like Einstein's hypothetical "elevator".
The hypothesis of this website is that a pattern of space that allows it to process itself, dividing the energy information into parts and continually reflecting and compressing it. That the brain/mind is a consequence of this quality of space is supported by the structure of the brain. Hemispheric reversal serves the necessity of real-time modeling integrated with a totally synthetic simulation capability ( i.e. probable realities) in the context of a field theory of the mind/ brain.
From the Capacitance Lattice Page
The transceiver nature of the brain and the compression algorythm of the mind combine to enable our multi-dimensional mental capabilities. Consequently, it should be clear that the synaptic connections of the corpus collosum serve to enable the brain to "fix" certain transceiver "stations". It does this so that the firing of that synapse will evoke the content stored in the capacitance lattice that exists in constant relation with the minds center.
From the Superconducting Synapses Page
The physical properties of the nervous system, in particular the recently developed ideas about the superconducting states of monoatomic elements and their colloidal suspension in the fluids of the nervous system have suggested a straight forward method to link the somatic/sensory body to the aetheric vibrational body.