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A book shelf designed like a foot wide section of the head, illustrating the idea that the "brain" is kind of like a knowledge storage and processing center.[1]

In things, brain (TR:329) (LH:2) (TL:331) refers to []


The following is basic structure of the brain, the front view, showing the two cerebral hemispheres and the brain stem.


This is shown on the Hmolpedia logo.


The following are quotes:

“The part of the brain which is the seat of consciousness may be a thermodynamic system no larger than a grain of sand.”
— Richard Weiss (1976), Relativistic Thermodynamics, Volume Two (pg. 142) [2]

End matter


  1. Check out this shelf (2017)– r/PersonalLibraries.
  2. Weiss, Richard A. (1976). Relativistic Thermodynamics, Volume Two (pg. 142). Exposition Press.

External links

  • Brain – Hmolpedia 2020.
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