International Education Research

International Education Research

ISSN: 2291-5273 (Print)    ISSN: 2291-5281 (Online)

Volume 3 (2015), No. 1, Pages 21-37

DOI: 10.12735/ier.v3i1p21

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Rational Thought, Cognition and Knowledge

Edgar E. Escultura1 

1GVP-Lakshmikantham Institute for Advanced Studies, GVP College of Engineering, Jawaharlal Nehru Technical University, India

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An exposition on how the brain works as theoretical application of the grand unified theory (GUT), this paper applies the new methodology of qualitative mathematics and modeling to trace the signals from the external world through the sense organs where they are encoded on brain waves and transmitted through the nerves to a primitive nodal region in the creative-integrative region (CIR) of the cortex. They form a tree of activated (vibrated) neural chains via resonance that triggers sensation and models a concept (cognition) there even after the signals from an event has stopped coming. The concept is defined by the vibration characteristics of the tree and its components. When thought leaves its focus on it, the tree reverts back to its normal vibration and transfers its components to their respective sensation regions for storage as memory in due course. Then the paper discusses recollection of concepts for use in thought and construction of knowledge and its application to wellness.

Keywords: brain wave, cognition, convertor, creative-integrative region, creativity, superstring

To Cite this Article: Escultura, E. E. (2015). Rational thought, cognition and knowledge. International Education Research, 3(1), 21-37.

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Rational Thought, Cognition and Knowledge