I believe I oversimplified things in my previous post.But it is sort of what
I believe in.


On Sun, Jul 3, 2011 at 2:06 PM, selva <selvakr1...@gmail.com> wrote:

>
>
> On Jul 1, 4:23 pm, selva kumar <selvakr1...@gmail.com> wrote:
> > Is consciousness causally effective ?
> >
> > I found this question in previous threads,but I didn't find a answer.
>
> I believe consciousness is a monitoring system (aka awareness)
>
> When our hand is moved obeying some computations,there is a ON-SCREEN
> DISPLAY going on in the brain: " my hand is moving "
>
> When we are learning something ,DISPLAY : "your are learning this and
> this " and saves it with a lot of tags in it,so that when you learn
> something new which includes a tagged word,it opens the old saved data
> and updates it.
> Without this monitoring and liaison system our brain stumbles.
>
> And this monitoring system is acts only when the actions are related
> to the cerebrum of the brain and not to cerebellum where primary motor
> functions are saved.
> This is why we are not concentrating on our speech while we are
> speaking.
>
> Thus,in my belief, in the absence of this monitoring system,the
> functions of cerebrum gets affected but not that of cerebellum.
> Thats why we can speak even while we are asleep. so,casually effective
> in case of cerebrum but not in case of cerebellum.
>
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