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Thalamus is a very important part of the ascending reticular activate system. The stimulation of the positive thalamus nucleuses which belong to this system makes active only the positive specific zones of the cerebral cortex. And the stimulation of the unspecific thalamus nucleuses and reticular formation of mesencephal brings to the energization of all the cerebral cortex entirely. Thalamus system has 2 functions: 1.The energization of all the cerebral cortex by the unspecific ways. 2. The energization of only the very specific parts of the cortex.

Human of the next generation.

Open of the code of growing old of the human's organism and regeneration of all his body's parts by means of the stimulation of thalamus nucleuses by unspecific ways. Leontyev Alexey Pavlovich

«In order to experience invisible, look at visible attentivly» Talmud

The frequency of electromagnetic oscillations of atoms of molecules of a human and the energetic ability metabolism is straight proportional to the length of the absorbed light wave of the nucleus of thalamus. The task of thalamus is to take the information off the passing cells, sum up, integrate it and deliver the integrated information to the other cells. The information is usually passed by the neural impulses. In any cell every impulse is the same as in any another one, that is the stereotype wave

process. At any moment the frequency of the impulses (which the neurons sends) is defined by the signals (waves) just received from the passing cells. And the signals pass the information to the cells. The frequency of the impulses varies from one in some seconds or lower to the maximum (about one hundred in a second). The frequency of the impulses and the energy activity of the energy of the photons of the light waves and its ability to absorb. The nucleus of thalamus radiates and absorbs the light of only appointed discrete frequencies. The frequencies conform to the ability to absorb. The ability of the nucleuses of thalamus to absorb conforms to the principle of refraction. The principle of refraction The more dense is medium the more slowly waves move. The refraction wave is the wave which the waves of the second sources and from them the waves enlarge with the less velocity inside more dense medium. The index of refraction shows in how many times the velocity of the waves in the second medium is less than in the first one. The refraction ray moves aside of more dense medium when the velocity of light is less - the principle of Fermat or the principle of the least time. From the beginning of his life cycle a child has the least density of mineral compounds and a small volume of his cranium. The ability of the nucleuses of thalamus to absorb conforms to the short (blue) lengths of the waves. Then with the growing and enlarging of the volume the density of the concentration of the mineral compounds becomes higher. The nucleus of thalamus absorbs the next spectrum energetic wave of photons (380-390 nm ; 390-400 nm etc.) (diagram № 1,2,3.)

For a lot of objects the relative quantity (of energy) of absorbed and reflected light depends on the length of the wave. A green leaf of a plant absorbs long-waved and short-waved light and reflects light of the intermediate region of spectrum, so that in the time of lighting of the leaf by sun rays the absorbed light will have the expressed wide maximum in the middle lengths of waves (in the region of green color) 530 nm. The frequency of electromagnetic oscillations of atoms of molecules of plants conforms to absorbed energy of photons in the diapason of 530 nm.

A human goes through the all spectrum diapason of short (blue), middle (green) and long (red) light waves. And the next wave which the nucleus of thalamus absorb is the breaking Rontgen. This is oncology, death, and of the life cycle on the Earth. Getting into the matter a wave enlarges with a less speed, than in the vacuum, this fact is wellknown and does not seem strange. But let us try to find the answer why the wave does so. Here the idea of imposition or superposition of waves helps: the running in the matter wave "swings" the atoms of this matter and they transform into doublets. The field which is observed in the matter at first is the sum of the field of the falling wave and the fields of the doublets which are exited by this way, they make small waves oscillating. As there are a lot of doublets, their fields substitute the

primary field completely. When the matter is more dense, then there are more second waves and their sources influence each to another more potent. We have an interesting picture: atoms - doublets "swings" by not only the falling wave and by brethren (moreover those ones, to which the wave comes later, "break" the primary oscillations) That is why the oscillations in the matter enlarge more slowly than the first falling wave. It is difficult to describe this process exactly : the full field having an effect on the present charges is the totality of the fields from all other charges and their moving depends on the moving of the present charge.

Theory of Einstein Light bends and undergoes its modification when it goes nearby a large object, it interacts with gravitational (electric) field and changes its direction. Light bends when it goes nearby a massive object. The gravitation (electric field) of the large object bends space and time. Straight lines bend near them. Any large object forces to bend empty space. Increase of the gravitational field of thalamus nucleus over time and its absorbing ability over frequencies (diagram № 4). Everybody known any heated solid is a source of warm as a human's body with the temperature of 36,6° is. In the language of waves presentation, during heating a body first gives warm waves out (invisible infra-red rays) then it gives light waves out (red, orange, yellow and so on). As we known, the spectrum of radiation depends on the substance of a solid. In nature there are general principles of the radiation of heated solids, they do not depend on origins, forms and sizes of these solids. When the radiation goes onto any solid some part of rays inevitably reflects off its surface, the others goes inside: they absorb partly changing in warmth and after some reflections the go outside again. The part of all falling radiation in the interval of frequencies from ν to ν+Δν, which stays inside a solid and changes in warmth is its absorptivity for the present frequency. The radiation which 1cm ² of surface of a solid gives out in one second is called ability for radiation. In 1959 Kirchhoff discovered that in the condition of warm balance the ratio of radiative and absorptive abilities of a solid is the universal function К(ν,Т) which depends only on the frequency of radiation and on the absolute temperature Т but is correct for any solid and substance (the principle of Kirchhoff). As the beginning of Thermodynamics, the principle of Kirchhoff has a general sense. Therefore we can discover the obvious kind of the function К(ν,Т) or the quantity uv(T) = (8п/с) * K(v,T), here c – is velocity of light in vacuum, uv– the density of the energy of the radiation in the one solitary frequency interval (uv shows the allocation of the energy of the radiation to the frequencies with the given temperature and is called the spectrum density of the radiation). Allocation of the energy of the radiation to the frequencies with the temperature 36,6° in the age group and the density of the concentration of mineral compounds.

The spatial summation is usually typical for the simple and complex cells: the reaction is better when the stimulation line is longer. But the reaction intensifies till the lengthof the line runs up to the size of the receptor field, the subsequent lengthening of the line does not direct to the more energetic reaction. But the lengthening of the line of the cells which react to the end of the line continues to better the reaction and if the line goes out of this limit (in one or both directions) then the reaction becomes weaker. Some cells, which we call "reacting only to the end of the line", do not react to the long line at all. The zone which is able to stimulate the reaction of the cell is called "the zone of activation" and the zones which are in one or two ends are called "the zone of braking". So all the receptor fields of such cells consist in zones of activation and zones of braking in the ends. The stimulus which activates the cell from the zone of activation provokes the maximum braking out of this zone. In the nucleuses of thalamus there is a very expressed tuning to the appointed orientation and this orientation is optimal to the spectrum line. If to give the optimal stimulus in any other place then the general picture will be previous and the orientation will be another.