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1930
Conduction, nerve in frog
Diffusion
Evolution
Energy
Inhibition
0068 0069
Chronaxy
Differentiation in development
Environment
Evolution
Function rules and development of central nervous system
Heredity and function rules
Mind (individual) development of
Neuron directing impulses
Nirvanophilia
Reactions development of reactions
Reality nature of
Synapse Rate of crossing
Parameter function rules as
Space-time and chronaxy
0179 0180
Coordination and echoes
Cortex, motor and echo impulses
Environment
Evolution
Learning and echoes
Memory and cortex
Equilibrium and "vicious circle"
Instinct
Modification of neuron by impulse
Neuron and echo impulses
Stimulus echo stimulus
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1931
Adaptation -
Cortex and learning
Environment and reflexes
Evolution and reflex
Heredity of reflexes
Impulse, nervous effect on synapse
Learning after pain
Pain and learning
Reactions development of reactions
Reactions same as reflex
Stimulus "simple" stimulus
Basic pattern and pain
Geodetic path, postulate of How produced
Impulse, nervous and geodetic path
Intelligence
Laws of nature and intelligence
Space-time and geodetic path
0227 0228

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1940
Evolution as law and chance
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1943
Environment "internal" environment
Summary: Notes on adaptation to "internal" environment; and an example of how a set of adaptations can collapse.
Adaptation and mutations
Adaptation chains of
Evolution as law and chance
Holism in mutations
Natural Selection [13]: In adaptation by heredity there is the recombination effect 1254. Quotation 2163.
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1951
Evolution as information amplifier
Natural Selection [50]: Darwin's system, as an information-amplifier, 3617. DIAGRAM
3617 3618
Chess information amplifier
Evolution as information amplifier
3623 3624

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1953
Summary: Organisation of the German General Staff. 6534
Evolution reviewed
Natural Selection [80]: Relation between multistable systems and evolving genetic system reviewed, { 4606 - 4620 }
Personal notes [23]: Re-read my notes completely from page 1000 on, 4606.
Summary: Is the Darwinian system a specialised one? 4608, 4613
Evolution reviewed
Natural Selection [80]: Relation between multistable systems and evolving genetic system reviewed, { 4606 - 4620 }
4606 4607
Summary: How much of a field should be known?
Essential variables in Darwinian system
Evolution reviewed
Natural Selection [80]: Relation between multistable systems and evolving genetic system reviewed, { 4606 - 4620 }
Summary: In Darwinian evolution; the part of essential variables is played by those parts whose disequilibrium leads to widespread disturbance around them.
Evolution reviewed
Natural Selection [80]: Relation between multistable systems and evolving genetic system reviewed, { 4606 - 4620 }
4608 4609
Evolution reviewed
Natural Selection [80]: Relation between multistable systems and evolving genetic system reviewed, { 4606 - 4620 }
Evolution reviewed
Self-locking system in set theory
Natural Selection [80]: Relation between multistable systems and evolving genetic system reviewed, { 4606 - 4620 }
4610 4611
Summary: Self locking and self-reproducing systems in the terms of set theory.
Evolution reviewed
Property reproducing
Reproduction in set-theory
Natural Selection [80]: Relation between multistable systems and evolving genetic system reviewed, { 4606 - 4620 }
Summary: Precise statement of the fact that instability is infectious.
Summary: The general solution of the problem of the least discriminative feedback is - that there is no general solution. Every problem has its own optimum, and finding the optimum is a part of the problem. 4600, 5548
Summary: Am still totally unable to write Darwinian ideas in any rigorous way, in spite of many motes ever since 4051.
Evolution reviewed
Natural Selection [80]: Relation between multistable systems and evolving genetic system reviewed, { 4606 - 4620 }
4612 4613
Evolution reviewed
Natural Selection [80]: Relation between multistable systems and evolving genetic system reviewed, { 4606 - 4620 }
Summary: What Darwin really did do. 4618
Evolution reviewed
Natural Selection [80]: Relation between multistable systems and evolving genetic system reviewed, { 4606 - 4620 }
4614 4615
Summary: Darwin's actual theory.
Evolution reviewed
Natural Selection [80]: Relation between multistable systems and evolving genetic system reviewed, { 4606 - 4620 }
Summary: What does "endurance" mean?
Evolution reviewed
Natural Selection [80]: Relation between multistable systems and evolving genetic system reviewed, { 4606 - 4620 }
4616 4617
Evolution reviewed
Natural Selection [80]: Relation between multistable systems and evolving genetic system reviewed, { 4606 - 4620 }
Summary: Darwin's method for the study of complex systems. 4655
Evolution reviewed
Natural Selection [80]: Relation between multistable systems and evolving genetic system reviewed, { 4606 - 4620 }
Epistemology [33]: Darwin's method for the study of complex systems 4619.
4618 4619
Summary: Darwin's theory and that of the multistable system are related by intersecting in a set of theorems that contains both.
Summary: How to develop the theory of "knowing".
Evolution reviewed
Knowing theory of
Natural Selection [80]: Relation between multistable systems and evolving genetic system reviewed, { 4606 - 4620 }
Natural Selection [81]: Darwinian systems and the multistable system both use some of the theorums in the theory of large systems, 4620.
The Multistable System [86]: The multistable system resembles the Darwinian because both share large numbers of common theorums in the much larger theory of systems. 4620.
4620 4621
Diagram of immediate effects (D.I.E.) with "boxes"
Summary: Box-diagrams are not precise.
Summary: Evolution as habituation.
Evolution as habituation
Habituation evolution as
Natural Selection [82]: Evolution can be regarded as a "becoming immune to mutation" 4655.
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1954
Summary: Machines, with inputs and outputs, treated wholly by mappings. All this is, in substance, identical with Riguet's form. 4867. Simpler 4876, 4991
Summary: Feeding a machine with input and output back into itself.
Evolution as process
Natural Selection [83]: Huxley and Fisher on Evolution (extracts from book) 4861.
4860 4861
Summary: Supplementary information and its mode of use.
Variety source of
Evolution as process
4928 4929
Adaptation as by-product
Evolution the proper study of
Natural Selection [84]: The study of evolution must not be "to explain adaptation" but simply to deduce "what will happen?" 4930.
Summary: Evolution and psychology must study the basic question "what will in fact happen?" 5535
Isomorphism and equiformality
4930 4931

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1955
Summary: List of shorthand symbols that may be found between pages 4416 and 4446, and in the Index.
Shorthand list of symbols
Personal notes [22]: I start shorthand, 4416, I stop it, 4446, List of symbols, 5108.
Summary: Review of Pringle.
Communication involves set of acts
Evolution Pringle on
5108 5109

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1958
Summary: Present position of the machine for solving super-problems.
Evolution within computer
Number competition between
Survival within computer
Zero survival of
Natural Selection [87]: Competition between Odds and Evens under multiplication 5797.
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1964
Information Reza's book
Topology Bushaw's book
Evolution ensures extinction!
Genes no unique pattern
Survival evolution prevents!
Natural Selection [89]: Selection intensifies selection. Simpson, 6469.
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1965
Amplification in evolution
Evolution delegation in
6554 6555
Gene interaction between genes
Interaction between genes
Display extravagant, in polygamous birds
Evolution polygamy forces extravagant display
6556 6557

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1966
Summary: [Pavlov's] Page 197 solved? 6608.9, 6726, 6727
Summary: What natural selection really preserves.
Adaptation evolutionary
Evolution adapts genetic pool, not individual
Summary: A stochastic series of varying probability.
Probability varying in time
6606 6607
Mapping obtaining
Summary: Getting all possible mapping electrically.
Evolution Mayr on evolution
6636 6637

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