Structure vs Flow? Many layers in-between. Intrigued by the layers in the capillary in the process for “electro-osmosis”, So then, I wondered how the heart muscles worked (electricity + cells that are tubular-ish is what they have in common in my mind). I found the same number of layers in the same configuration, even though they were protecting and transporting much different things. Then I looked to see how far back the structure went embryotically. So it goes back to the somite. I counted the layers to the center. Same. It’s a match. Add human skin, and you have a couple more layers against the world (because these things happen inside of bodies which have their own sheathing. —first message where I was intrigued yesterday below.— So, there’s 7 layers. A tube, so the bulk solution is the “4th layer in”. a) Wall. But it’s not inert as it contributes: b) Fixed layer. This fixed layer interacts with c) Diffuse layer which exists in-between the fixed layer and d) bulk solution. c) Diffuse b) Fixed a) Wall.

Structure vs Flow? Many
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Ok good. Parking Lot problem and Doorway Effect are the same problem. Next is to see if Gabriel A. Radvansky’s work blossomed since 2012 or if I’d be following a rabbit trail. [limen / liminal stuff] The Event Horizon Model Under different conditions, event boundaries can either impair or improve memory. How can these seemingly opposite effects both be true? To resolve this issue and provide an explanatory account for thinking about such issues, the Event Horizon Model was developed. This is a relatively simple framework based on five principles: (a) the segmentation of streams of activity into event units; (b) the superior availability of information in the working event model; (c) the construction of a causal network that can then influence retrieval; (d) the superiority of memory for information stored across multiple events in noncompetitive attribute retrieval; and (e) the occurrence of retrieval interference for information stored across multiple events in competitive event retrieval https://memorylab.nd.edu/assets/258869/radvansky_2012_current_directions_.pdf

Ok good. Parking Lot
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