Are nerves still considered transmission lines? Only computer ram can store a state? Nerves
can not hold a state.
I may have missed new science?.
I am liked the concept of using a daisy chain of nerves in a
loop to hold a pules. Just like mercury memory delay lines like in the days of old.
Old computer tech: delay-line memory:
My artificial Neural network AGI brain uses this type of memory.
The speed of a neuron pulse is 25 miles per hour. Slow the pule the more more memory
can be stored. And smaller the nerve length the better too.
A length of four neuron loop can old one pulse from zero pulse to a max of one.
Eight neuron loop can hold two pulses max, from zero pulse to to a max of two.
Daisy chain loop can be hundred of neurons long and longer.