How we make Inventions
Der folgende Text ist ein stark gekürzter Ausschnitt aus einem englischsprachigen Teil des Buches „Das Unterbewusste und die Kreativität“ von S. V. Kulhavy. Dieser Ausschnitt kann demonstrieren, wie die Darlegungen betreffend die Tätigkeiten des menschlichen Gehirns in der INNOVATIVA dargeboten werden.
“Fig. 11 shows, that the brain has a left halve L and a right halve R. Corpus callosum extends between these brain halves L and R. This or similar Figures are well known from the specialist literature. Corpus callosum consists of nervous paths through which the brain halves can communicate one with the other and exchange their contents. The left-brain halve L is sometimes also called the speaking halve. This for the reason, that speech is mostly received and produced in the left-brain halve. In the left side halve of the brain, the principles of logic, mathematic, grammar, syntax, semantic, phonic, stylistic and so on, are treated. Because of these facts, we can understand sentences and we can produce sentences. Mental lexica are also stored here.
The right-brain halve R (Fig. 11) is sometimes also called dumb. This for the reason, that it mostly does not receive and produce speech. But the right-brain halve is specialized first of all for dealing with the feelings and images. The origin of the feelings is in the interior of our body. The information about the most of the feelings is lead by aid of the related neuronal paths from the interior of the body into the right-brain halve. Neither the feelings nor the images are represented in the right-brain halve by words. They are namely non-verbal. For this reason the right-brain halve is sometimes called dumb. With the feelings and with the images words can be associated when we will speak about them. But this addition of the words occurs in the left-brain halve L after the chosen non-verbal contents were transferred from the right-brain halve R through the corpus callosum into the left halve L of the brain.
Fig. 12 at the top is a side view of the left side halve of the brain. In the specialist literature, there are a number of such pictures. In Fig. 12 the number 2 denotes the primary visual field of the brain. To this field 2 images, which were received by the physical eyes of the man, are lead through the bundles 1 of the neuronal fibbers. Numbers 3 and 4 denote fields of the brain that deal with the faculty of speech. Number 6 denotes the primary hearing field of the brain. This field 6 is placed adjacent to the left ear of man. Number 7 denotes the parietal region of the brain. Here among other things also the representations of the space relations among the items of the real word are stored.
When creating new solutions of problems, we mostly handle in the brain images of the already known technical means, i.e. of the technical means, which belong to the prior art. Now we will follow the way, along which the images relating to the technical means of the prior art reach the brain. For this purpose we look again at Fig. 12. The physical eyes produce representations of the scenes placed before them. Such representations move along the neuronal paths 1 to the occipital part 2 of the brain where they are analyzed in the primary visual field. The whole representations or/and parts thereof are thereafter stored in the both brain halves and on different places thereof. This must be so, because there is no central memory in the brain as it is usual in the computers.”