On 22 Nov 2008, at 11:06, Stathis Papaioannou wrote:

> Yes, there must be a problem with the assumptions. The only assumption
> that I see we could eliminate, painful though it might be for those of
> a scientific bent, is the idea that consciousness supervenes on
> physical activity. Q.E.D.

Logically you could also abandon MEC, but I guess you think, as I tend  
to think myself, that this could be even more painful for those of  
scientific bent.
In the long run physicists could be very happy that their foundations  
relies on numbers relations (albeit statistical).



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