What phase of matter are thoughts?
Thoughts exist within space-time, but can thoughts transcend space-time?
The brain has waves. In the brain there are white and gray substances. There are endless impulses, but thoughts – in their vastness – remain elusive.
Neuroimaging does not display thoughts. Neurotechnology accesses a regimented subset in cortical areas, but unlike neurons, thoughts have not received lengthy attention in neuroscience, leaving thoughts to the labels of psychology and cognitive science.
There are different answers as to what exactly thoughts are.
What thoughts are is a graded question: to the brain, in the brain, and to the individual?
What thoughts are in the brain may find unprecedented attention through particle or high energy physics beaming the heavy approach to the brain, believed to be the most complex organ in the universe.
thoughts have energy. Thoughts have their own gravity – as they move across locations and destinations in the brain, sometimes descending or ascending – to signify happiness, sadness, panic, fear and so on.
Gravity problems can be believed to be responsible for some conditions like depression, anxiety, schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, etc.
Thoughts have mass. They accelerate over distances at different speeds. You do this in a reasonable amount of time. Some thought-forms move in dimensions that, for the time being, cannot be measured.
Thoughts have angles. You have momentum too. They have properties comparable to mechanics and waves.
But where does the thought used to know that a chair is a chair come from?
Two sources: sensory integration and memory.
Thoughts, or their form, are postulated to arise as a uniform set of sensory processing in the brain at the two main relay centers – the thalamus for all and the olfactory bulb for smell.
It is this thought that is relayed to the cerebral cortex for interpretation [or knowing, feeling and reaction].
Knowledge is memory. Memory has stores that encapsulate incoming thoughts.
These capsules contain as little unique information about anything as possible, but similarities between stores are found in clusters where the stores transport to determine what they know, remember, feel, and so on about anything at that moment.
After leaving memory locations, released thoughts go to targets for sentiment effects before reactions [parallel or perpendicular].
It is where thoughts go that determines interactions with the outside world.
Molecular and cellular neuroscience follow specifics, but they construct thoughts for experiences and they also construct thoughts for all internal communication.
Thoughts can be passive or active, although both occur at super-high speeds, but active are of the highest energy and priority.
By modeling thoughts, particle physics research could be the future for mental health care, drug abuse reduction, the partial mechanism of psychopharmacology and iatrogenic states, memory-regulated body-mind situations, artificial intelligence based on non-neural thought simulations and understanding define consciousness.