> The hard problem is not that we haven't discovered the physics that
> explains
> consciousness, it is that no such explanation is possible. Whatever
> Physics X
> is, it is still possible to ask, "Yes, but how can a blind man who
> understands
> Physics X use it to know what it is like to see?" As far as the hard
> problem goes,
> Physics X (if there is such a thing) is no more of an advance than knowing
> which
> neurons fire when a subject has an experience.
> Stathis Papaioannou

I think you are mixing up modelling and explanation. It may be that 'being
something' is the only way to describe it. Why is that invalid science?
Especially when 'being something' is everything that enables science.

Every oject in the universe has a first person story to tell. Not just us.
Voicelessness is just an logistics issue.


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