[Comp-neuro] A revised electromagnetic theory of the brain

Patirniche, Dinu patirniche at biologie.uni-muenchen.de
Thu May 2 19:28:01 CEST 2019


Dear Colleagues,

A common dogma of neuroscience is that all electrical events occurring 
in the brain are well described by an electrostatic theory. However, 
adopting a geometric attitude it becomes immediately clear that the 
propagation of an action potential induced a non-conservative electric 
field within nearby spines, and thus an electromagnetic description of 
the function of a brain is unavoidable.

I would like to present to you with a revised and simplified version of 
the theory I advanced last year, entitled "Dynamic Aspects of Finite 
Architectures". The current work can be accessed here: 
doi.org/10.13140/RG.2.2.20738.73925 .

Best,
Dinu Patirniche.



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