The Physiological basis of the Mental Pattern

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People think like "Block Heads," some say...
... but, that's a good thing!

The five part cube models the anatomy of the brain
The Five Secondary Cerebral Vesicles

The five senses, modelled by this cubic analogy, feed data into the ready recepticle of a five vesicle cerebrum. The details are too long to entertain at this time, but the basic geometric metephor of a block headed process of assimilating the sensory inputs is the general concept being set forth here.

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Using the physiology of the brain, itself, gives support to the theory that human thinking utilizes a repetitious pattern of organization.
Thinking, in the largest sense involves both sides of the brain, the right and left hemispheres, which communicate with each other through a complex nerve membrane called the Corpus Callusom. This physiology translates into a graphic representation often used as one of the elements in an Organizer.