TFNN – Axoaxonic Issue

I realized something today when I started fleshing out axoaxonic connections a bit – something about a flaw in the temporal frame engine itself. I can’t go too much into it, but I don’t think I would have realized it unless I had realized about axoaxonic connections, so I’m glad things worked out the way they did. It’s a fairly easy fix, so that’s good.

Also, I read a few papers on QBT (Quantum Brain Theory), and it seems like most reputable neurophysiologists don’t really buy it, and from what I’ve read I don’t really buy it either. The size and effect of the electrochemical reactions just don’t seem to leave any room for the very microscopic-natured effects of quantum mechanics, even if microtubules are a place where the magic could happen.

So, first things first, mend the engine, then I can go ahead and add habituation and sensitization effects.

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