What is Intelligence?
"Intelligence can be defined as being conscious (having both backtracking and forward centric mechanisms) plus logic using an oop based ssadm, which is interrupt and i/o driven. A Top down approach isn't suitable for intelligence creation."
Pathology suggests that memory is something which is either STM or LTM but remains something which is 'fixed' in humans unlike solid-state RAM devices which only remain whilst there is power. It depends on the wiring of the brain which determines entirely how that memory instatiates with the functional parts of the brain. I am particularly interested in those parts of the brain that create semantics, thought, and logic processing and how that functions within the brain. I personally think that the brain may have a layered structure. What lies beneath the wiring, something which accepts/ rejects those wiring pulses (amenomes). What lies beneath that? A soluya which creates logic circuits in 'real-time' and kills them as well.