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Stanislav Tregub

Stanislav Tregub
Independent Researcher

Master of Science

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Introduction
I am an independent researcher in physics, biophysics, neuroscience, psychology, and psychiatry. Currently, the main research project is the Symphony of Matter and Mind which contains two models, Theory of Energy Harmony and Teleological Transduction Theory. The first model deals with the universal energy interaction mechanism that is responsible for the creation of structures of matter. The second explains physics, physiology and technology that create our Mind as a process in the brain.

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Current mainstream theories of physics use relativity principles that are based on the notion of space and time as some overarching framework for all things and events. Whether they consider it to be fixed (Newtonian relativity) or curving (Einsteinian relativity), they depend on this background as its metrics determine the result of calculations....
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How does the brain create a coherent model of reality while maintaining each signal identity and at the same time preventing the world picture from falling apart into separate pieces? In neuroscience and philosophy of mind, this question is called a binding problem. The article reveals various aspects of the problem and offers a solution based on t...
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The concept of the Mind contains a paradox. Everyone seems to understand what it is about, but when it comes to concrete answers about what it is, everything fades into a fog of uncertainty. Perhaps, we should start by asking the right questions. The article formulates these questions and begins the journey of building a model of the Mind as an att...
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The brain processes signals of the world and transduces them into patterns of the internal code that represent these signals. Deciphering this code is the most important task of neuroscience. To date, there are several theories of neural code. They can be classified as firing rate coding and temporal coding schemes. Anyway, all of them consider th...
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In psychotherapy and psychiatry, mental illness diagnostics is limited to the description of symptoms and has nothing to do with assessing the state of the organ that performs the mental functions. In other branches of medicine, any diagnosis aims to answer the question about the physical disturbance of the internal technology of the body. But the...
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Our life depends on the internal harmony of the Mind. It is not a metaphor about some state of bliss but a physical concept about the frequency and phase coupling of nervous system elements. The brain is an orchestra that plays the symphony of the Mind. This music is so complex that it has remained a tantalizing mystery for a century since the dis...
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The Mind is not a mirror of reality but the process of constructing the reality model. We comprehend the world through our senses and the processing of environmental signals by the brain. The physical, physiological and technological details of this process were considered in the previous parts of the series. This volume describes the pitfalls on...
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The brain is the source of sensations, emotions, desires, thoughts, memories, movement and behavior control. All these are aspects of the process we call the Mind. Despite a vast amount of data on the nervous system functioning down to the molecular level, no concept has yet uncovered the physical mechanism and the technology of this process. With...
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The brain processes signals of the world and transduces them into patterns of the internal code that represent these signals. If we decipher this code, we will understand the inner workings of the Mind. This task has haunted neuroscience for a century. To date, there are several mainstream theories of neural code. They can be classified as firing...
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In the second part of the study, the author continues to build a unified concept of energy interactions based on the hypothesis of a universal mechanism operating at all levels of matter. Previous attempts to create a ‘theory of everything’ failed as they proposed different mechanisms for various interactions. The other problem is that they invent...
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Based on the Theory of Energy Harmony developed in the first two volumes of the series, this book builds bridges between physical and life sciences. It tackles fundamental questions that are considered the main riddles of biology. How do four elements of non-living matter form basic structures of living matter? What is the physical mechanism that b...
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The central theme in physics has always been the mechanism of energy interactions that lead to the emergence and decay of material structures. It is a new version of the ontological question of all times and cultures about the appearance of order out of chaos. The old answer included the hypothesis of God as the creator of matter. It provided an e...

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The relationship of Matter and Mind is the basic ontological question of human thought. This project is based on the conjecture that they are not separate entities but that the Mind is a process in specific forms of Matter. Thus, it avoids the fundamental objectification error (taking a process for an object) that is inherent in any dualistic concept. This error originally stemmed from the lack of understanding about the processes that form all material structures and about processes in the animate forms of matter that manifest themselves in mental states that we call consciousness (mind, soul, psyche, anima, etc.) Unfortunately, despite an enormous advance in our knowledge about physical and biological phenomena, the problem seems to remain at the same level of conceptual impasse. There are two aspects of this state. First, the mainstream physical theories do not provide any clue about how could Matter produce the Mind. Moreover, they are at odds with each other about the universal physical mechanism of interaction that produces the observed physical world. Thus, they do not answer the question about the physical and avoid the question about the mental. Second, cognitive sciences that study mental phenomena and their physiological correlates do not propose any coherent concept that would answer the question of how physiology produces the psyche. Moreover, they do not even try to offer any physically grounded definition of the Mind that could be a starting point for any physical model of it. Any theory of physics should deal with the concept of the Mind as it is a physical process. We can put it the other way around: any theory of the Mind should deal with physical phenomena as it is one of them. Or better still: any unified theory of nature should include the model of Matter and Mind. The project contains two models, Theory of Energy Harmony and Teleological Transduction Theory, that aim to be a unified theory of nature. The first model deals with the universal mechanism that is responsible for all fundamental interactions and the creation of structures of matter. The second explains physics, physiology and technology that create our mind as a process in the brain.