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A New Approach to Uncertainity Problem in The Direction of Current Neuroscience and Algebraic Inform
Published Online : 31 October 2018
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According to current information the secrets of the universe can not be solved by using rational numbers because the irrational numbers have been used more than the rational numbers in the creation of universe but the real values of irrational numbers have not been known. The most excellent program of brain is written in left angular gyrus in right handed persons; but unfortunately the nural networks of angular gyrus do not have the understanding ability of irrational numbers so far. And even, angular gyrus lesions can cause the loss of normal mathematical ability that this phemonon is known as The Gerstmann’s Syndrome. Then, we hypothetised that it is impossible to destroy uncertainity problem unless irrational numbers are rationalised. If the neural networks of angular gyrus will more develop by evolution mechanisms, the irrationality problem would be solved in the future? Agulary gyruses analyzed a synoptically by clinical and experimental ways. We show that normal angular gyrus could not solve irrationality and the more developed neural networks of the angular gyrus could succed in the uncertainity problem solving by irrationality. Interestingly, the more clever wild cats have more mathematical ability than domestic cats because wild cats have more glial cells in their bigger angular gyruses than domestic cats. If so, has angular gyrus has not been thoroughly developed to understand irrational numbers? According to current theories, have all of us Gerstmann’s Syndrome?
Keywords : Mathematics, Medical


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