Are "ten billion thought-cells" a Mind?

Philosophers, natural scientists, physicians, scholars—even witch doctors—have, for centuries, explored theories that the human brain is the source of intelligence. The highly technical material research of today still attempts to answer humanly the old questions: What and where is mind? How does the human brain produce intelligence?

Present-day theories assert that the cerebrum portion of the brain, composed of a gray knot of some ten billion thought-cells, supplemented by a vast network of nerves carrying thought impulses similar to electrical impulses to all parts of the body, is where and how intelligence is manufactured, warehoused, and activated. According to such theories, each individual is involuntarily provided with a material thought-factory.

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