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The brain only stops when brain tissue is dead.


Hmm, if you repair the brain tissue perfectly, can you shock the person back to life :D?
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Electro shock therapy would actually reset the brain. This was used back then for mental patients.


So there's hope for the SJW?


No.


I heard laci green red pilled tho


Had to look her up. Internet seems pretty fixated on her half-escaped lacy restraint though.

Perhaps she has or had become possessed by the spirit of Patrick Henry.
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What the fuck do you think this is the ReAnima project!?
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MasterBismuth33 wrote:

Electro shock therapy would actually reset the brain. This was used back then for mental patients.




Yeah it does well kinda....brain damage is why people were "Reset"
When done properly people aren't reset
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Purely spit-balling the little I know of biology, the heart is a muscle and muscles generally function from electrical impulses generated from the brain and delivered through the nervous system. The brain is an organ that communicates with the rest of the body through bio-electricity in the nervous system. I could certainly be mistaken, but brain death is from cellular damage to the brain, not from lack of nerve impulses. Electricity seems more likely to intensify cellular damage in the brain rather than jump start it.
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qwueri wrote:

Purely spit-balling the little I know of biology, the heart is a muscle and muscles generally function from electrical impulses generated from the brain and delivered through the nervous system. The brain is an organ that communicates with the rest of the body through bio-electricity in the nervous system. I could certainly be mistaken, but brain death is from cellular damage to the brain, not from lack of nerve impulses. Electricity seems more likely to intensify cellular damage in the brain rather than jump start it.


Alright then we agree the brain is capable of generating its own nerve impulses. Now if I passed away and my consciousness is gone and someone regenerate my body perfectly and the brain starts producing nerve impulses again. Do I hold the same consciousness as I was before I passed away or do I become a different being completely?
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Alright then we agree the brain is capable of generating its own nerve impulses. Now if I passed away and my consciousness is gone and someone regenerate my body perfectly and the brain starts producing nerve impulses again. Do I hold the same consciousness as I was before I passed away or do I become a different being completely?


I don't know nearly enough about neuroscience to make conjecture as to how memory and personality are stored in the brain.
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qwueri wrote:


fredreload wrote:

Alright then we agree the brain is capable of generating its own nerve impulses. Now if I passed away and my consciousness is gone and someone regenerate my body perfectly and the brain starts producing nerve impulses again. Do I hold the same consciousness as I was before I passed away or do I become a different being completely?


I don't know nearly enough about neuroscience to make conjecture as to how memory and personality are stored in the brain.


Right this is a hard topic lol. If it's that easy then there wouldn't be guys experimenting on our heads at night. What really does matter is consciousness, it might be possible to have a different set of memory and personality but the same consciousness. For instance, it is possible to lose a part of the memory from brain damage, but the consciousness remains the same. Now when it comes to consciousness DNA does not play a role in this, only the brain structure and the nerve impulse.

1. Some suggests the timing of the nerve impulses could be the key to our own consciousness in which that makes it different from other people's consciousness.
2. The difference in brain structure is what distinguish one consciousness from the others. I think this is more unlikely because brain structure changes and that would make everyone's brain structures different even though they are largely similar.


P.S. If you can solve this problem you might be able to revive the dead and this thread is yours
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NOOOOOOOO, I don't want to reset my brain, I like my thinking "Despair itself is the only True Joy!" :)

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