One would think that a potentially accurate brain theory would use standard cognitive neuroscience terminology. After all, the only way we know what the brain does is through these terms. The brain senses and perceives, creates cognition and meaning, activates short term and semantic memory, triggers reward, engages in executive functions, focuses attention, etc. The very meaning of what the brain does is closely tied to such terms. Despite these many useful terms and a plethora of knowledge about the brain mechanics which underlie them, we are still…