Exploring the Social Link between Cerebral and Cerebellar Neural Ensembles through a Falsifiable Psychological Heuristics

Antonio Cassella


This article wields the logos psychological heuristics in proposing that the universe, the social brain, and subatomic ensembles sustain the journey of the Mesoamerican demigod Quetzalcoatl. Within quantum coherence, the going “coatl-quetzal” marries in the hyperspace of our 5000 microcomplexes the legitimacy (probability = p = 1) of the autistic “coatl” (“serpent”), guarded by the 2 000 000 cortical columns in the cerebral cortex, with the illegitimacy (p = 0) of the schizophrenic “quetzal” (“bird”) lodged in the cerebellar cortex. Within quantum decoherence, the return of “quetzal-coatl” to the cerebral coatl in spacetime reflects our escape from madness with a new piece of knowledge. At the turn of the 20th century, the author found that autistics’ strength in Performance IQ agrees with the victory of repetitive legitimacy over unexpected illegitimacy in the first attention. He concluded that autistics’ weakness in verbal IQ agrees with a damaged qubit |1› and |0› (ket one and ket zero) in the going journey of Quetzalcoatl with the second attention. At the turn of the first decade of the 21st century, the author researched the reciprocal empowerment of the first and the second attention in the Third Attention. Here he emphasizes that in spontaneous laughing, the coherence of long-term potentiation in cerebellar granule cells, parallel fibers, and Purkinje cells is followed by the decoherence of long-term depression in the fewer Purkinje cells that carry Quetzalcoatl and the Third Attention into the deep nuclei of the cerebellum, and then into the spacetime of a refreshed first attention.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.11114/ijsss.v6i2.2934


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