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Brain repair figure iii

The task now is to link all the information together. New links (blue) work like Synapses to communicate the information between different articles. Articles with lots of red links are dead articles which need to be improved and linked into the rest of the network more thoroughly, or else deleted.

Brain repair figure iv

New articles (Green in this diagram) work like new neurons in that they contain new knowledge. If the articles are properly linked into the network, they increase its value exponentially.



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