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1951
Summary: A multistable system tends to lose reactivity, which will often be restored by applying some strong, but unrelated, stimulus, at the cost of some forgetting. ? Action of E.C.T. (Corollary 3464). ? Explanation of 'induction'. 3656, 4628, 4524.
Induction (physiological) explanation of
Reynolds' number
Step function laminar and turbulent flow
The Multistable System [41]: Eddies resemble the subsystems of a multistable system. 3438.
3437 3438

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1959
Summary: ... As the selection gets more intense, and the closed set smaller, so does the relation show more intensely. But also, so does it become more degenerate, until finally, at a state of equilibrium, the degeneracy is complete. Then all - disturbances and responses - meet at zero. The adaptation is perfect, intelligence infallible, all in Nirvana. The final statement.
Summary: General, abstract, nature of "induction",
Induction (physiological) nature of
6118 6119

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