The real deal – not just theories but a very real and very in use ontology.

Sensory input and brain stuff is often mentioned in Philosophy. But do you know the latest practical Neurological System Processes? It’s probably not what you learned in school, and not what most philosophers were aware of at the times of their philosophies. I used the Gene Ontology – a database used by *working* Geneticists – to classify the senses and the brain, not just for humans but for ALL life. I wanted to see a “Big Picture” view of all possible senses of all life forms on Earth.
So here it is. The real deal – not just theories but a very real and very in use ontology. The philosophical perspective of Geneticists will be clear at a quick glance at “what’s *not* there” that you might expect from philosophy or psychology or other sciences.

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You are more than just your ‪#‎brain‬
note: this chart applies to all Life on Earth
I decided, once and for all, to find out what REAL ‪#‎Scientists‬ use who have to compare different plant, animal and bacterial species when describing the neurological system, which includes the brain as well as a part of it.

I figured that working Geneticists would need a pretty complete database to work with and yes, they do. They’re constantly changing it and revising it as they discover Genes and figure out what they’re doing.

So this chart isn’t “set in stone” – it will change over time as new ‪#‎Science‬ decide on new theories, discards ones that weren’t working so well. But it’s current as of June 2, 2015. i wanted to get a picture of all of life’s ‪#‎Superpowers‬ because when you think about it, life is truly amazing.

Not everything here applies to humans. But a lot of it does. A lot of it applies to plants and bacteria also, as well as other animals. I just wanted to see it “all in one place”. it’s a good roadmap to work with because it’s a system that’s really in daily use: It’s not JUST someone’s nice idea that sounds good; this is used for Gene classification here.

‪#‎Neurological‬ ‪#‎System‬ ‪#‎Processes‬ via ‪#‎Gene‬ ‪#‎Ontology‬

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Let me give it to you in a list: These are all the Neurological system processes as defined by Gene Ontology. Anything having to do with thinking, our senses (input, muscle control (output), thoughts / feelings (output and input)) – are on this list.

If you know what each of these is, you can theoretically build some type of fake human that duplicates the entire human sensory system, nerves – brain, thoughts, feelings, etc – *IF* THIS ontology is complete. It’s a working system in use, so it’s considered complete at present. Everything you do or think or feel fits in one of these slots somehow…. or any life form on earth.

neurological system process is a
cognition is a
learning or memory is a
learned vocalization behavior or vocal learning is a
learned vocalization behavior is a
vocal learning is a
learning is a
associative learning is a
conditioned taste aversion is a
olfactory learning is a
visual learning is a
nonassociative learning is a
dishabituation is a
habituation is a
sensitization is a
observational learning is a
imitative learning is a
operant conditioning is a
memory is a
anesthesia-resistant memory is a
long-term memory is a
medium-term memory is a
short-term memory is a
sensory processing is a
determination of affect is a
determination of sensory modality is a
determination of stimulus intensity is a
determination of stimulus location is a
detection of mechanical stimulus involved in sensory perception of sound is a
detection of mechanical stimulus involved in sensory perception of wind is a
echolocation is a
detection of mechanical stimulus involved in echolocation part of
neuromuscular process is a
neuromuscular process controlling balance is a
equilibrioception part of
detection of mechanical stimulus involved in equilibrioception part of
proprioception involved in equilibrioception part of
visual perception involved in equilibrioception part of
neuromuscular process controlling posture is a
proprioception part of
perception of rate of movement is a
perception of static position is a
startle response is a
sensory perception is a
detection of stimulus involved in sensory perception part of
detection of chemical stimulus involved in sensory perception is a
detection of chemical stimulus involved in magnetoreception is a
detection of chemical stimulus involved in sensory perception of pain is a
detection of chemical stimulus involved in sensory perception of smell is a
detection of chemical stimulus involved in sensory perception of taste is a
detection of chemical stimulus involved in sensory perception of bitter taste is a
detection of chemical stimulus involved in sensory perception of salty taste is a
detection of chemical stimulus involved in sensory perception of sour taste is a
detection of chemical stimulus involved in sensory perception of sweet taste is a
detection of chemical stimulus involved in sensory perception of umami taste is a
detection of electrical stimulus involved in sensory perception is a
detection of electrical stimulus involved in electroception is a
detection of electrical stimulus involved in magnetoreception is a
detection of electrical stimulus involved in sensory perception of pain is a
detection of humidity stimulus involved in sensory perception is a
detection of high humidity stimulus involved in sensory perception is a
detection of low humidity stimulus involved in sensory perception is a
detection of light stimulus involved in sensory perception is a
detection of light stimulus involved in magnetoreception is a
detection of light stimulus involved in visual perception is a
detection of mechanical stimulus involved in sensory perception is a
detection of mechanical stimulus involved in magnetoreception is a
detection of mechanical stimulus involved in sensory perception of gravity is a
detection of mechanical stimulus involved in sensory perception of pain is a
detection of mechanical stimulus involved in sensory perception of touch is a
detection of temperature stimulus involved in sensory perception is a
detection of temperature stimulus involved in sensory perception of pain is a
detection of temperature stimulus involved in thermoception is a
magnetoreception is a
magnetoreception by sensory perception of chemical stimulus is a
magnetoreception by sensory perception of electrical stimulus is a
magnetoreception by sensory perception of mechanical stimulus is a
sensory perception of chemical stimulus is a
sensory perception of smell is a
sensory perception of taste is a
sensory perception of bitter taste is a
sensory perception of salty taste is a
sensory perception of sour taste is a
sensory perception of sweet taste is a
sensory perception of umami taste is a
sensory perception of electrical stimulus is a
electroception is a
sensory perception of gravity is a
sensory perception of humidity is a
sensory perception of high humidity is a
sensory perception of low humidity is a
sensory perception of light stimulus is a
visual perception is a
sensory perception of mechanical stimulus is a
sensory perception of sound is a
vibrational conductance of sound to the inner ear part of
sensory perception of touch is a
sensory perception of wind is a
sensory perception of pain is a
sensory perception of fast pain is a
sensory perception of slow pain is a
sensory perception of temperature stimulus is a
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