Dear Joao,

    Forgive me if my writting gave you that opinion. I meant to imply that
any mind, including that of a bat, is quantum mechanical and not classical
in its nature. My ideas follow the implications of Hitoshi Kitada's theory
of Local Time.

Kindest regards,

Stephen

----- Original Message -----
From: "Joao Leao" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
To: "Stephen Paul King" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
Cc: <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
Sent: Thursday, December 26, 2002 2:47 PM
Subject: Re: Quantum Probability and Decision Theory


> I am sorry but I have to ask: why would "minds" be quantum
> mechanical but "bat minds" be classical  in your suspicions?
> I am not sure I am being "batocentric" here but I can anticipate
> a lot of bats waving their wings in disagreament...
>
> -Joao
>
>
> Stephen Paul King wrote:
>
> > [SPK]
> >
> >     Yes. I strongly suspect that "minds" are quantum mechanical. My
> > arguement is at this point very hand waving, but it seems to me that if
> > minds are purely classical when it would not be difficult for us to
imagine,
> > i.e. compute, what it is like to "be a bat" or any other classical mind.
>
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