This is going to be crude, but if I understand what Bruno( and others)
are saying, there is no Physics or physical universe. There is a (are)
large computer program(s) running, some segment of which exhibits
consciousness? Does that crudely imply that everything I sense could
be considered a dream or illusion from the majority viewpoint?

On Dec 1, 12:58 pm, Bruno Marchal <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Hi Kim,
> On 28 Nov 2008, at 09:54, Kim Jones wrote:
> > How is it - dans les termes comprehensibles a un gamin comme moi -
> > that because I am a machine, SANS des MATHEMATIQUES, there is no
> > substratum of primitive physical materiality?
> > If you can explain this dans des termes simples pour une fois je te
> > serais infiniment reconnaisant
> To explain that the world is (mostly) mathematical (and then psycho or  
> bio or theo logical), without mathematics, can be demanding.
> What could help is the Mandelbrot Set. I will think about it.
> Also, I don't want to bore the list too much, and there are already  
> many posts, so I will go extremely slowly.
> You may be disappointed. In general mystic-open people like the  
> conclusion, but dislike the hypotheses and the methodology  
> (reasoning). The rationalists like the hypotheses and the reasoning,  
> but few appreciate the conclusion.
> Are you really serious? I could send a post per month, taking  
> everything at zero.
> Have you an intuition that consciousness is not material?
> In case you were not serious, it is ok also. But I like to share, and  
> others could benefit. Who knows, you could be the one finding the  
> fatal flaw!
> Best,
> Bruno
> La vérité sort de la bouche des débutants.
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