Miguel A. Olivé

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Miguel A. Olivé
Posted almost 2 years ago
How close are the mycelium and the brain related?
That's why I think the mycelium may not has an idea of self conciousness (since that's what it takes from us the psilocybin) but, indeed, it has some kind of thoughts (because of the compounds interacting within and between the cells); what we could name as 'pure thoughts', because they have not the conditions that ours have. It still has to carry out its vital functions but yet, there is an incredibly amount of space within the 'brain' without known purpose. My question is about that purpose: Is it to learn? Is it to think?
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Miguel A. Olivé
Posted almost 2 years ago
How close are the mycelium and the brain related?
I'd like to add a fact I forgot: One of the effects of psilocybin and psilocine in our brain is to low the activity in those parts of the brain where the senses are controlled, That could endorse the idea of those compunds as neurotransmitters in the mycelium, because they are basically performing their task, which does not include, of course, the senses. They activate the parts of the brain they usually activate.