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I enjoyed the read, however, and this is a BIG however, where is the discussion of current Quantum Field Reality and the prospect of quantum computing to make the mapping of the human connectome possible within a shorter time than the author speculates. Just astounding to me that such a gifted and leading academic researcher makes ZERO mention of the quantum reality underlying the functioning of the human brain!! I don't get this blindness or prejudice or whatever it is -- can anyone, including the author please inform me why the state of the art physics is excluded?
This book could/should have been about 5 pages long-maybe shorter. On the one hand, the detailed descriptions of the brain and its subparts were too jargonny and technical for any but a neuro-scientist. The rest of the book could be summed up in about one paragraph--there's a lot we don't know. Someday we'll know more. Ok, it could be summed up in two short sentences. Overall, it was a big disappointment.